Category Archives: Antiques

No Blues in Kansas City for ME!

YOU GUYS. I have a new obsession. Justin and I have been wanting to take a weekend trip with the kids — our first ever family vacation — and my niece, Alex, is doing an internship in Kansas City, which is a quick three-and-a-half hour trip away from us, so it seemed logical to make […]

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A rather large purchase.

Okay, so if you know me at all you know that I rarely pay above $10 for anything when it comes to second-hand shopping. Like, anything, including furniture. But one Saturday about a month ago while I was exploring the secondhand/antique store market in Northwest Arkansas I found these chairs. Vintage robin’s egg blue fiberglass […]

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Little Rock Vintage — Part 2

Though more predictable and conventional that Hillcrest Junk , Midtown Antique Mall is my favorite place to shop while in Little Rock. Located at the intersection of Rodney Parham and Markham, this mid-size antique mall has a hugely varied selection of vendors and merchandise — from super-swanky to your very basic booth. That’s my favorite […]

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Wisconsin Treasures, Part 1.

Okay, so I told you about Odana Antiques in Madison. One of my favorite booths there has an amazing selection of children’s books from the 30s and 40s. I have to decide how much I’m going to spend before I even enter the booth or else I’ll end up spending waaaaay too much money. This […]

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Wisconsin Antiquing Adventures

So, the husband and I are back from a lovely 3-day stay at Sundara Inn and Spa in the Wisconsin Dells to celebrate our second wedding anniversary. (To whoever had two years in the betting pool on how long the marriage would last: sorry!) This is our third time staying there and I highly recommend […]

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