Category Archives: Vintage Nursery

Vintage Baby.

Boy, did this bring back some memories. The Fisher Price Radio, found in a baggie in the Village Thrift on Clark during their half-price sale yesterday. I couldn’t tell if it worked or not but for 95 cents, who is not going to take a chance on it? And it works! Plays Happy Birthday as […]

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A Project Four Years in the Making.

SO here’s the story of the chunky little table and chairs combo we bought in Wisconsin years and years ago. It was already cheap, and, on top of that, marked down 30%, so I think I paid around $24 for the set. I had my antique booth at the time and the intention was always […]

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Project!

Oh, I’m jonesing so bad for SOME kind of estate sale or rummage sale or garage sale. I don’t remember estate sales being so sparse this time last year — I know they get a little less plentiful but I didn’t think they practically stopped all together.  I mean, pardon my crassness, but it’s not as if people […]

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Wallpaper: Check.

So, the husband and I are still married AND the wallpaper is up! Um. Yeah. It’s upside down. How rude of you to notice.  I only realized it about three strips in and have been trying to forget it since. Justin argues that it could go anyway but I’m pretty sure there’s one side that […]

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More vintage nursery.

So far, the nursery will be two cribs and five thousand nursery themed knick-knacks. Who needs a changing table or a dresser? Vintage print by one of my favorite vintage illustrators, Bessie Pease Gusman. Okay, I love these, but what’s the story? Two high school graduates died immediately following their graduation ceremony and went to […]

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