David and I had a great time wandering around Lakewood 400 Antique Market this past weekend. Kinda made me wonder why we had not been before! I love that kind of thing! I have been looking for a hutch/pantry piece to replace one I sold last year, as well as some new lighting for the kitchen, eating area, and hall. We got a lot of great ideas, but did not find the perfect piece…yet.
So many re-purpose ideas, like this star for around the Holiday. Wrap it in a strand of lights, and you have a great outdoor decoration!
This egg basket could make for a light, or neat place to store fruits and veggies in the kitchen.
Another great DIY idea for hanging lights….driftwood! Good thing David has that nail gun!
Loved this cabinet, but the person who it belongs to was not around, and it seemed to be attached to the wall…maybe next time. Guess it was not the right piece after all…
I LOVED this light, for in the kitchen! But, I could not pull the trigger on the purchase. I have seen a few other new ones, handmade in the USA, that I may save for…I love industrial lighting from barns or old ships.
Another great DIY idea. Old lamp shades with chicken wire or alternative covers. There were a lot of this at the antique market this weekend. They are a little too French Country for me…but who knows, maybe I will add one to our home someday?
Great day, but we were super exhausted after a long night, early morning, and lots of wandering through booths. I am looking forward to another trip there this summer! If you visit Lakewood 400, be sure to wear comfortable shoes, bring cash, and keep an open mind about all the fun finds!