Hey Guys! I made two trips to the junk shop this month and haven’t shared either one. I bought a few goodies and also have photos of things in the shop.
I bought the small square dining table. Mr. Butler unscrewed the legs for travel. I bought the table around the first of the month but it’s still legless in the workshop. I need at least two small chairs to go with the table but I haven’t had any luck there.
The table with the cool colored metal pieces on the sides was available but I passed. It isn’t something I would paint and it wasn’t in prime condition as is.
A truckload of chairs but none I wanted for the table.
This set of six isn’t really the style I was looking for. They are a little dated even when painted.
A look down the back dock of my favorite junk shop.
I bought these tree metal plant stands.
Another back area of the shop.
I passed on the little piano bench. I don’t have much luck selling them.
This rooster was cute and colorful.
I’ve never seen a Mr. And Mrs. Claus exactly like these. I wasn’t sure how I felt about them. I did leave them at the shop.
I bought the glass or crystal door knobs. Don’t know what to do with them Any ideas for me?
I loved the little angel votive so I brought it home.
This piece had too much going on.
There are always boxes and boxes of old furniture hardware at the shop.
I bought the little sad Christmas house but didn’t do anything with it this year. I was planning to spray paint it white and the sparkle it with the glitter like I did the Gingerbread box from Dollar Tree.
You guys know how I love green and you probably saw this piece on my Christmas mantel this year.
This Santa was just a piece of paper and I wanted to make a project with him also but time just got away from me.
This angel trio is so cute and I should have bought them. If they are still there on my next trip I will.
Nice glass bottle I didn’t buy either.
I also bought several cherub decorations.
I love the gold tones of the cherubs.
I took them to my booth to sell but I think most of them are still there. That means I will be decorating with them next year. That’s okay. I love them. That’s it for my haul. Did you have a favorite? Thanks for being here, Kathy
Author: Kathy Owen
Kathy Owen is the founder of the home decor blog Petticoat Junktion where she shares tutorials on painting furniture and upcycling thrifty finds into unique home décor. Her DIY projects have been featured on the Home Depot Blog, Plaid Crafts, Behr Designer Series, and in numerous magazines. Kathy’s newest website is HappyHomeDIY.com