My Bazaar Experience – The Vintage Bazaar

I hope everyone had a lovely weekend, I certainly did, especially because I went to the Vintage Bazaar on Sunday!  The first time I went to the Bazaar was in the fall, and my sister and I had a wonderful time, so much so that we decided to come again for the summer festival!  For those of you who don’t know what the Vintage Bazaar

The Silver Lining – A Desk Makeover

As many of you know, I love a good makeover project! Especially if the makeover involves taking an old beat up piece and turning it into something beautiful and functional.  This is exactly what I set out to do with this old sewing desk that I picked up at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore, for only $40!  I decided to glam up the piece with some

How Bizarre – The Vintage Bazaar

Ok so The Vintage Bazaar, held semiannually at The Pettengill Farm, is not exactly bizarre, but the song has been stuck in my head since attending this outdoor event yesterday!  And maybe it is stuck in your head now too.  The Vintage Bazaar is comprised of over 130 vendor tents, live music, and a few food trucks mixed in the landscape of antique, vintage and

Shop ‘Til You Drop – Cambridge Antique Market

So Cambridge has an indoor Antique Market, who knew? No really, who knew? Please confess.  I surely did not know, and neither did my mother when I dragged her there with me yesterday.  The Cambridge Antique Market is located in East Cambridge, close to the Museum of Science, and is also within walking distance to my apartment.  Mind blown. The Cambridge Antique Market, which I

Non Buyer’s Remorse – Antiquing in Vermont

Not only is Vermont one of the prettiest states, it is also one of the best states to find antiques!  Driving through the quaint towns it is hard not stop every time I pass an Antique sign, and believe me, there are many!  But the one shop I keep coming back to is, William Austin’s Antiques, in Chester, Vermont. On a recent trip back from