It was in a sketchy part of Denver that we had never really spent much time in. You know, fine during the day, probably not so much at night. It's housed in a cool old railroad building near some old tracks and switches. Very industrial looking.
It's so fuzzy and overpriced! This expensive little chair outside foretold the prices inside.
Fabulous paint by numbers, priced like gold!
It didn't matter that this was priced sky high, I really wanted it! But no more chairs! I have a problem and I'm trying to work on it! : )
He had quite a few things in his shop that I have too, like this Blendo pitcher which I have in listed on Etsy. He wanted $95 for the set. Dang...
And this Pink Kromex Server Set. I have one for sale in the Etsy shop, minus the bowl underneath. He was kind of a jerk when I told him I have one. He didn't believe me. Apparently he thought it was some super special ancient relic because he had it priced at $119! Holy crap on a cracker! Mine is soooooo nowhere near that price.
Huge royal blue Capiz shell chandelier! Yes please!
This little Woolworths counter is from the twenties. Wouldn't that make the coolest home bar?!
The tag on this says "60's Eames style Plyecraft walnut and vinyl lounge chair and ottoman. Very rare! $1999" Soooo is in not a real Eames chair?! I didn't know a reproduction could fetch such a price.
One of these tables was the only thing I could afford, but I still passed. I wanted to buy something from this awesome store, but I can't be buying just to buy. That's hoarder madness.
He had a few big architectural items and every one of them was priced way way way out of my budget! These were two of the coolest pieces.
The Husband is a train guy so I think that is why I gravitated towards these awesome railroad signs.
So that concludes our awesome Saturday vintage blitz. We visited all three locations and got me home in time enough to get to a birthday party by 2:00 p.m and for the Mom to go pick out a new car for Mother's Day! That last part was a surprise for her. She got a super cute new style Convertible VW Bug! She's very excited about it.
Anyway, would we go back to this store? Well that's a tough one. If I happen to be in the neighborhood, then for sure I will stop by to see what new items he has, but it probably won't be one that we go out of our way to get to again. Things were priced
a little bit way out my league even if some of it was understandable because he had some great pieces. Only some of it though. ; ) But to be fair to the owner, it is a really neat store that is laid out well and fun to go through.
It is shaping up to be a very fun summer full of vintage shows! Heather at Lark and Lola suggested another Littleton market that I've never been to, the Paris Street Market which has two locations and multiple dates all summer! And there is another one called Old Glory Antiques Fair in June. I love it when my calendar is full of fun stuff like this!