A Guide to The Old House Vintage Market: Our Antique and Vintage Vendors
The Old House Vintage Market antique and vintage vendors are an interesting lot. Each vendor has their specialty in what they hunt for and collect, how they preserve or make over a piece, how far they’ll travel for what they love, and just how truly addicted they are to all things antique and vintage.
Terry Pfister of East of L.A. has a spectacular amount of knowledge of antiques, especially when it comes to chandeliers. She has participated as a vendor all over the United States including the exclusive Marburger Farm at Texas Antique Week. She has a gorgeous array of classic and chic antiques and she does not disappoint when it comes to displaying her market space for the public.
Sonia Nolta of Pine Needle Creek creates gorgeous painted pieces of furniture from antique and vintage past their prime pieces. She is a leader in shabby and distressed and her work is flawless.
Denise Midroy of Babes and Hussies specializes in unique handmade jewelry and accessories with an emphasis in using reclaimed & found objects.
Gail Neubert of The Corner Table describes her business as an eclectic mix of primitive, vintage and mid mod merchandise which does no justice to just how far and wide her taste and stock of merchandise goes!
Jill Hilbrich of All Things New is such a delighful person and her lovely hand painted furniture will be a must have at The Old House Vintage Market.
Sarah Austin of SailorMade Vintage has been described as “a history seeker, a collector of connections, and a purveyor of interesting finds.” (from a recent write up by the Denver Flea). She collects beautiful box cameras and folding cameras from as far back as 1912, an absolute trove of lovely vintage aprons, frame-worthy maps, courtroom anatomy charts from 1961- and is bringing it all to The OHVM!
Stacey Crawford of The Vintage Vine creates, stocks and sells beautifully panted furniture for any decor, as well as the must have unique pieces. Want a beautiful salvaged window made into a wall mirror- she’s got it. Want a Hoosier cabinet? She had three at one point. Vintage metal hotel chairs? Check! Barnwood in case you want to DIY? Yep, she’s got that as well… and if she doesn’t have it? She will soon, no doubt.
Erin Woodruff Stern of The Farmhouse Merchant recently emailed me a bunch of pictures to give me an indication of what kind of vendor she might be-my first impression? A colorful chaos of the best of vintage everything. There’s really no other way to describe the wonderful rainbow array of marquee letters, painted furniture, vintage outdoor chairs and a randow hardhat in a fabulous silver color…because who doesn’t need a disco ball hard hat?!
Olive Pedersen of Cheshire Cat Antiques is a traditionalist when it comes to truly lovely antiques- linens, silverware, antique washstands– with a few twists thrown in for good measure….
Jeanne Goplin of The Woodcutter’s Wife has been one of my favorite vendors at A Paris Street Market for years. She and her husband have a wonderful mix of farmhouse and primitive pieces that includes chicken nest boxes, metal stools, old birdhouses, antique garden collectibles and all manner of unique pieces.
Debbie Southern of Vintage Finds has a vast array of colorful metal art and cast iron loveliness that will make you want to spend more time in the yard this summer and less time inside.
Rachel Tan of Farmgirl Furniture just happened to inspire a large amount of Instagram posts by yours truly- her turquoise vintage typewriter, pretty vintage books with ribbons, painted farmhouse tables and reclaimed farmhouse doors will not last long at The OHVM.
Debbi Joseph of Junk for Joy carries varied stock which includes wonderfully painted furniture, upcycled pieces and the truly unique piece that everyone that enters your home will be talking about.
So, with your full guide in hand of all the antique, vintage, salvage, upcycled and handmade vendors in hand, go shop your heart out!
January 17, 2018
January 17, 2018