Just a couple hours from Cape Cod is the town of Salisbury, where a lovely farm sits- Pettingill Farm. Twice a year, they are invaded by the most amazing fair- The Vintage Bazaar.
It’s always worth it to arrive early.
There you will be inspired by other’s creativity, their upcycling, their sense of decoration,
and the thrill of the hunt.
A big trend is creating these amazing potting benches from repurposed items.
This one was a favorite of mine.
I also love booths with oodles of odds and ends. It’s like a huge treasure hunt.
Other times, certain things just speak volumes.
I could spend hours around vintage ribbon, sewing, and knitting items. Even worse, I could spend the day in a box deep full of amazing buttons!
I have to say that I never come home empty handed.
Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest
3 thoughts on “Scenes from The Vintage Bazaar”
It all looks so fun, but I especially like your photo of the baseballs and spools!
Do you have pictures of what you brought home? I love going to antique fairs. You never know what you are going find and some many cool things see.
Hi Nicole! I brought home some goodies for the garden and the chicken coop. I'll be sharing them in an upcoming blog post or two. Stay tuned!