I could not believe my lucky day when I found this wicker table at the curbside! It was dirty and had some ugly paper attached to the bottom shelf but after some elbow grease and sanding, I was able to paint and it turned out pretty good. It was in really good shape, some of the wicker was missing around the legs and trim but the tabletop and shelf below were solid so I was happy with the results! If you saw this in a antique store it would cost around $75.00 easy!
Went to the annual Unionville Flea Market this Saturday with my friend Pat, it was much nicer this year than the past 2 years, the weather was great and there was much more vendors! Here are some primitive treasures I found there!
My first sale on a farm this weekend and I just loved it! There is something to being out in the country surrounded by the old chippy white buildings listening to the roosters, laughing with good friends.. priceless! I did not care if I did not make a lot of money, I was just happy to be able to get the experience of being there!
Now I truly believe the saying, "one man's trash is another man's treasure"! I found this old dresser on the side of the curb on my way home from work one day last week! I could not believe it! Nothing was wrong with it! The drawers were all in good condition..I just replaced the drawer handles to a more country look! I just love it!