Vintage Lynchburg Spring Market
On Saturday I had the pleasure of attending “Vintage Lynchburg Spring Market”. This event was hosted by Regeneration Lynchburg. Cheryl and Leah, the girls behind Regeneration Lynchburg, did a fabulous job of organizing this event. I can’t wait until the next market day and would love to have a booth myself.
It was difficult to get good shots of Regeneration Lynchburg’s booth because they had so many customers. I would imagine that they sold most of their cute things by the end of the day.
Onastazia specializes in jewelry making, calligraphy, and vintage finds.
Made With Joy ‘s booth included vintage finds and beautifully painted furniture.
Joy can be seen in the photo below holding her baby.
I loved this chest and hope that it found a home.
I have this exact sugar dish and wouldn’t have thought to use it as a business card holder.
Mike’s Upholstery was the one lone male owned business at Vintage Lynchburg. I’m keeping him in mind for the two wing chairs in my living room that I’d love to recover.
I loved this chair and would have purchased if only I had room for it in my home. I hope it sold!
From Shabby to Chic has a store in Lynchburg in an old farmhouse that my mom and I love to visit.
I loved the sofa below and certainly hope that someone purchased it.
Tater Tots had the cutest items for babies. Lora also sells on Etsy!
I bought a brown flower seen below. I might be a little old for a hair flower. I’m sure my 7th graders will tell me if they think it’s inappropriate!
I couldn’t resist buying one of Lora’s cute bowties for Sherman!
Shelby of Honeysuckle Shop was the gal who designed the cute graphics for Vintage Lynchburg. Be sure to check out her Etsy store and her Facebook page. This gal and I have very similar tastes and I’ll bet we could have a ball thrifting together! Her shop was packed making it difficult to get great shots of her displays.
Mama has that suitcase!
Molly of Clee Interiors specializes in repurposing, refinishing, and revamping.
Katrina of I Heart Design specializes in interior design and redesign. Be sure to check out the awesome sign her husband made.
Sweet Pickin’s is another local store that I love to visit. They have something different each time I drop in and they are a local source for Miss Mustard Seed paint.
Julie Peak’s Snookie Snookerwitz sells delicious mixes for lattes, mochas, ciders, and chai. I tasted and tasted and tasted and finally purchased vanilla caramel latte, cinnamon hazelnut coffee, and vanilla mocha. It was a tough choice because they all were so good. If you order, enter “springsale13” for 10% off!
This is only a sample of the booths at Vintage Lynchburg. Had I more time, I would have photographed and talked with each and every vendor. I can’t wait for the next Vintage Lynchburg Market!
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I want to go there, it looks like so much fun, I’d love to see all those great finds. Its like pinterest in the flesh!
Ugh! I would have loved to have gone! I loved looking through all your pictures, what fun it must’ve been? Please let me know when the next one is.
Thanks so much for getting some pictures of my booth! I didn’t really get very many! It was such a great day. Following your blog now!!
Thanks so much for your kind words! So glad you got a chance to come by on Saturday! Fantastic pictures! Stay in touch and we will keep you in mind for the Holiday Sale!
Oh, I die!!! What an amazing event. I think I could spend hours in there checking everything out!!
So bummed I missed out on this! Just found YOU last week and missed this post! Hopefully will get to the next one. Looks awesome. I’m in Farmville btw…have you ever come down and checked out Mottley’s Emporium? May be worth a trip sometime, lots of goodies there. So cool to have found a “neighbor” on here! 🙂
I’m always happy to meet a local blogger. I haven’t been to Mottley’s Emporium and will put it on my summer “to do” list.
two things. one, how much was that big woven/wicker tray thing. i bought one on impulse and i have no idea if it was a good buy, though i think it was. and two, this post made me think of you, so i’m telling you about it.
that is all.
I didn’t look at the price of the tray. Sorry! Thanks so much for the link!!
I’m glad to have found your blog on Social Sunday hop! I live in Lynchburg, too. I missed this wonderful event….maybe next year.