Sunday, May 27, 2012

Hunting for Junk and Treasures at Lucketts

Last weekend was a perfect time to drive to the Lucketts Annual Spring Market.

The Old Lucketts General Store and Design House scored an A+ on the execution of their Spring Market.  They had 170 antique dealers surrounding the stores on 15 acres, with excellent food vendors and live music.  The weather could not have been more perfect.  The collection of antiques, home accessories, funky clothing and cool junk to transform into your own museum piece would have made any junk hunter swoon.  Mr. Jolly even enjoyed going from tent to tent viewing all of the stuff.  Of course, he knew that he was safe from me dragging a big piece of furniture home, because we were in a two-seater car, and not in my old SUV that I can flip down all the seats and haul half a barn  home. 

Love the Handle on the Red Door

Built from Salvaged Finds

Reflection of a Shopper

Should Have Bought  These

Well, I can not believe that I went home empty handed from this wonderful event, but I have business cards and notes from some of the vendors that I really liked.  The Lucketts Store has a perfect wine bottle chandlier that I see as a birthday gift to myself. So it is not over yet! 

If you happen to be rambling around on a weekend, and you missed  the Spring Market you can still shop at the Lucketts Store in Leesburg, VA.  seven days a week.

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