Unfortunately I had not budgeted properly for my junk purchases over the weekend, however, the homeowner and his helpers/friends assisted with that by placing extremely reasonable prices on EVERYTHING! Check out what I was able to bring home with me.
Isn't this iron bed fabulous? I don't know what it is about rust but I can't get enough! I have plans of spraying it with a couple coats of polyurethene and calling it a day. Love it as is! Make sure you click on each photo to see all the great detail.
The frame may end up in my space at the shop I've been telling you about. I'm meeting with the owner this evening so I hope to have more information regarding the open house ASAP.
Here is another beauty. It came with the headboard and footboard, but without rails. No worries though. I'll think of something for it! A closeup shot of the center of the headboard is in the first photo of this post. Such a great look for Fall!
I grabbed some ammo boxes. They read, "AMMUNITION FOR CANNON WITH EXPLOSIVE PROJECTILES. I thought it nice to keep a couple of those handy.
This iron cart on wheels' original purpose looked to be some sort of grilling station. Well, you know me and my thoughts on repurposing. I'll be looking at it in a whole new light. You'll see...
I always love vintage coke bottles...or any bottle for that matter. Nestled inside a Dodger Cola crate, these bottles will make a great centerpiece for a spring or summer event.
More burlap sacks? Yep...maybe it has become an obsession. But with so many easy projects that use burlap, don't ever pass them up.
Needless to say, the sale was great. Complete with popcorn, drinks, and a burning fire pit to take the chill off. I hope the girls of the sale stay in touch so they can enjoy vintage style and junk decor as much as I do.
As always, take care and keep on junking!
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