You guys, I swear I’ve not been hired by the Sacramento Antique Faire to visit every month and document my finds (as I have here and here). I just. Freaking. Love it. As stated in my previous post, I’m in full-on decorating mode and there’s no turning back. Of course, I realize these things can’t be rushed and it’s important to take your time to accumulate pieces you love to get an eclectic, very “you” look. So, I’m embracing the gradual approach and naturally, this means visiting the Sac Antique Faire every month to see what kind of treasures I can haul home. That said, I did meet the lady who owns the faire and she was very nice and said she would post some of my photos!
In case you were considering going back to a land line…
TONS of amazing turquoise jewelry to give Free People a run for their money.
So many mirrors, so many selfie opps.
Another reason I love visiting the faire is because it reminds me of the Melrose Flea Market I used to shop at in L.A. Now that I live up north, I’m dying to check out the famous Alameda Market.
I just want to sip from this giant mug at my desk at work and pretend like it’s totally normal.
One of my favorite booths was Revival Vintage Co. The owner had a great selection of eclectic shoes, pillows, and clothing. I got an amazing Turkish woven bucket bag (pictured below) from her.
Here’s what we took home! A mid-century modern chair for our record room (already had the pillow) for $50, and a seriously amazing woven bucket bag for $15! Score! Until next time, Sac Antique Faire.