January 16, 2014

.... And the winner is!

Thanks to everyone who participated in the giveaway. Our winner is Laura J. 
There is still time to get pre-sale tickets on the Junk Salvation site, here.

I've been working hard to make this our biggest and best show yet. Can't wait to share some of the fun things I have found with you next week! 

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January 6, 2014

Junk Salvation and Giveaway!!

I am so excited to announce that we are starting this year in a BIG way, with our first show outside of Central Oregon:
at the Washington County Fairgrounds 
on Friday, January 31st, 6 to 9pm 
and Saturday, February 1st, 10am to 4pm 

Pre-sale (31st) admission, $20 (on sale now!)
General admission for Saturday, $7

Among other great recommendations Junk Salvation has been voted the top "Traveling Vintage Market" in the US by Flea Market Style Magazine. With shows in Washington State, Texas and Oregon.

We will be featured at this marvelous show along with 80+ other vendors from all over the Northwest. I can't wait to be a part of something so big and exciting. We will be pulling out all the stops and packing out the booth with lots of new treasures. We hope to see you there! 

Another first is on it's way, our first GIVEAWAY! One lucky follower will win a ticket to the pre-sale event ($20 value). This is the perfect time to see all the treasures before the general admission and get your hands on what you really want. Each person gets 3 entries to win. Giveaway closes Monday, January 13th at 12:00am. I will announce and contact the winner shortly there after. 

Thanks so much for your support, I'm looking forward to an exciting 2014!

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August 23, 2013

Friday Favorites: Ironstone

My last Pomegranate Home and Garden French Flea Market is just around the corner, tomorrow on Saturday the 24th. This season isn't even close to being over for us but this is my favorite market of the year. The air is a bit more crisp, shoppers are looking for fresh new items and fall is just around the corner.

Ironstone has been long time obsession of mine. All the pretty white pieces gathered together looks so beautiful, crisp and clean.

On my picking adventures I kept finding great simple pieces that are perfect for starting your collection. Ironstone pieces don't have to stay in the kitchen either. The white simplicity makes them perfect in holiday decorations with a bit of greenery or glass balls,

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to freshen up your entryway, 

and so much more, the possibilities are endless. Let your imagination run wild! 

For more information on the history of ironstone and how to spot a piece while you're on your own adventures check out these links, here, here and here

      Bring your shopping bags empty, because this is going to be a market you don't want to miss! 

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July 31, 2013

Our biggest project yet.

In the last few months my husband and I embarked upon the biggest project we have yet to encounter, 10 acres and a 1940's farm house. We were definitely not seeking to move and the opportunity just fell into our laps. So needless to say blogging and the business were put on hold for a few weeks while we boxed up our lives, painted walls and moved in. But now I'm back with oh so many fun before and after pics, tutorials and ideas.

One of the fabulous things I gained with this house was a massive studio space. It's already chock full with all my latest finds. With the next Pomegranate Home and Garden French Flea Market just around the corner ( 3 days away!!) this transition has been less than ideal. However, that doesn't mean that my booth won't be stuffed full of new and fabulous pieces to share. If you're in Bend this Saturday August 3rd you don't want to miss it! 

Hope to see you there, and back here next week when I share the first of our many projects in this house! Painting wood paneling. 
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June 21, 2013

Friday Favorites: Good Clean Soap

When I find a product I love I usually tell all my friends about it. And that's why I am sharing Good Clean Soap with you! Your my friends, you use soap (and if you don't maybe you should consider, your family and friends will thank me), and you deserve to know!

I'm a sucker for good packaging and that is what first drew me in. The cute bow and crisp labels are appealing, but so is the all natural and vegan ingredient list. From fruit infused to craft beer there is a scent for everyone. 

Vanilla Bean Craft Beer Soap

And until the end of the day the whole shop is 20% off. Just use the code: small 2013

Happy Friday! What is one product you can't live without? 

*any content in this post is based strictly on my own opinion. I was not payed to review the products. 
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June 19, 2013

First Flea Market of the Year!

The first Pomegranate Home and Garden French Flea Market was just a little over a week ago. My head is still spinning with the hustle and bustle. With close to 30 vendors, this years market was the biggest yet. If you missed this one your not too late. We will be at two of the 4 more this summer!

I would not have been able to do this market without the help of my sister, Alyssa. She came to help me run the booth, set up and took some beautiful photos. Thank you Alyssa Rae Photography for capturing our wares and booth so well!

pictures courtesy of Alyssa Rae Photography

For more pictures and updates check out the Facebook Page.
We will be at the August 3rd and 24th Markets, Hope to see you there! 

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June 7, 2013

White Wash Obsessed!

These past few weeks have flown by in preparation for the first Flea Market of the year, which, oh by the way is going to be HUGE! The property will be packed with 30 vendors in every corner and possible space. I couldn't be more excited!

It seems like my design ideas run in trends. My booth at each market seems to take on a theme. And this first one is, all white! Almost everything is crisp white, from the ironstone soap dishes to the eclectic end table. It's so versital and clean, I just can't get enough! 

Crisp white looks good in all forms and white washed pieces have a subtle way of freshening up wood while keeping its grain and detail. This crate coffee table is one of my favorite pieces thus far and will be available Saturday!

This crate showed so much potential from the beginning (see the before picture on the Facebook page). It was without a top, so with the help of my handy husband, the crate now has a removable top.

 The space inside is perfect for stacking books, magazines and whatever else you desire. 

This is just the tip of the Flea Market ice burg, Come stop by and say Hi! Hope to see you there.

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