A Very Brady Outing- A Boston Must Do

My family and I hit the SOWA Vintage Market this morning in Boston. Talk about my "happy place"... I love me some vintage and did they ever have it! We picked up a few items.  The boys got some signage. (My husband was a sign maker so he loves collecting it.) We loved the orange 26 (the other side reads 38) from a gas station, and my oldest wanted the danger sign... he is just a little obsessed with cars. Not quite sure yet where any of its going yet...
Mama got some vintage Trifari bling...
My littlest wanted this chair...
He liked that it was small and swiveled, and I was quite impressed with his taste for a three year old, but he lost the argument. Now if he mentioned recovering it in some Trina Turk, I would have considered him highly gifted and bought it for him on the spot.
It was quite cute, but it stayed at the market.

There was so much great stuff to see...

If you are in the neighborhood it is open until 5:00 today.
The orange sign below almost made it home with us for the kitchen...

I really liked the lamp and wooden map...

and this wall sculpture...

They have a large section of painted repurposed furniture...

Oh, and check out this Lucite bench... $100 and its yours.

Don't forget the vintage clothing and baubles (MY fave).

If you are in the Boston area you need to stop in.  Today was a smaller venue, as will be Sunday
April 3rd, but come mid-May to October 31st it will be going full force and will be open Sundays 10-4.
Be sure to say "hello" to my new friends Stephanie Pernice and John Warren, creators of this wonder happening. The Herricks will definitely be back!

5 comments:

Jill Herrick-Lee said...

Ooh! I love those giant black finial-shaped pieces near the orange sign you didn't take home. Probably because they look like game pieces. :)
What fun! <3

bluehydrangea said...

That is my kind of place...love it!!

Noelle at Gray Paint Decor said...

Looks like an awesome place. My in-laws live on Cape Ann so I'll have to visit check it out next time we are in MA. ANd BTW, your hair is gorgeous!! LOVE the necklace.

Bri@Meyouandawiener said...

Okay that little chair for your son would have been awesome!!! But you no buy it for him =( Then again I don't blame you on having to reupholster it. Second I want that wall sculpture and lucite bench!

Nest Studio said...

Ooh - I love Trifari! I have a vintage necklace that I bought of a street vendor in NY

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