What I pulled up to was amazing! It was a storage shed full of vintage furniture, clothing, and more from the 1960s and 1970s! How did I never know this was minutes away from me? It's directly behind Flaire Antiques which I shared here. Look how organized and neat the lines are in this set-up!
The clothes were beautiful and well-priced (antique mall type prices vs. yard sale). I was tempted to get a jacket but I feel uncomfortable in stuff with faux fur for some off reason.
I loved the bar in the entrance of the shed, and there were several barware pieces I've seen around the SDCP offices from Mad Men.
Beside the bar was a sight that made me swoon! A retro free standing storage unit! Unfortunately, it can't accommodate a modern TV (which is what I'd use it for, thought it could easily replace my IKEA storage unit). Beautiful pieces!
Now imagine the storage unite filled with gorgeous, colorful mod glassware. Beautiful.
There was so much to take in and lust after! I was putting together beautiful mod room layouts in my mind while I browsed.
And many little treasures hidden away, like this Merry Mushrooms set.
This awesome unwrapped single from Eddie's short-lived music career!
This compact shelf that was another little temptation. Love how it's covered with plants in the photo.
And of course, silly kitschy toys, I've never seen Charlie's Angels merchandise in all of my hunts. My favorite part of that silhouette in the logo is the kung fu hands! Chop!
I was soooo close to buying the hell out of this! I've always wanted to make a collection of ceramics based on vintages ones, no better way to do that than with the actual molds. These forest animals ones is so cute. Should I go back for it? I left it because I'm still selling vintage I have on hand now (and so, so much more stuff!) and probably don't need another thing to do.
Have you found anything good 2nd-hand shopping lately? It's been nice to be out of the game, now I can resist pretty much everything!