Thursday, May 13, 2010

Barn House Season Opener 2010

Joe, Cindy and Jermone, the Barn House Season Opening would not disappoint any one. The line up of contributors were incredible, check out the list on the Barn House site. It continues to amaze me the amount of items that are at this sale, so many unique and sought after pieces. Below you will only see highlights of what I saw, I took so many photos, that there is no way I could post them all. I feel as though I am in a candy store. So much eye candy, the adrenaline rush is unbelievable, I can hardly contain myself. I am not a professional photographer, I just love to take photos and share them. Please enjoy the journey.

I loved this display of silverware, I totally missed the cabinet, darn, I could of found some great uses for it.
There were a lot of wonderful primitive tables and work benches to choose from, I especially loved that wooden dough trough.
These tulips were perfect in this white pot.

This sweet truck was for sale, I am sure it conjured up some memories for many of the shoppers.
Farm fresh eggs, the best.

Oh to be so small, this is just a darling vintage dress provided by Randy of Madison Avenue, it is my understanding he has a shop in Sellwood, which is in Porland, Oregon.

I loved how the light shown through these green seltzer bottles, one of them came home with me, to add to my collection. Thanks Natalie.

Metal pitchers filled with lavender for that special place you might have.
Check these buckets out with the lavender and laurel in them, ready for gift giving or keeping. On the bench were potted salad pots to take home and to enjoy. Joy provided these salad pots for us.
Joy and myself, one of the most fun things about attending these events is that you can see fellow bloggers whom you have gotten to know. Joy is the most sharing person I know and I thank her for her friendship.
Natalie provided these chocolate cup cakes and a delicious zucchini bread. I love the touch of the wooden tool box, don't you?
The pastoral setting is perfect, with animals in the pasture, the adventure to the country is complete.
It definitely pays to come early so you don't miss out .
This cupola was gone in the first hour. You will not want to miss the Barn House next show on July 31, 2010 for an incredible Flea Market. Mark your calenders.


  1. Love your pictures, Florence!
    You are always THE BEST :o)
    The old toy truck w/ plants on was mine & I never took a picture of it!!!!
    See you soon;- this is the season...

  2. Can't wait to go there someday! Please invite me again. Is there an easy way to send me dates of when all the different sales are happening? The season is starting again isn't?

  3. Florance, I always enjoy your pictures. You do such a good job covering local flea market events. Thanks so much for sharing.

  4. What a treat to meet you Friday at Funky Junk. What a sweetie you are, with your bright blue eyes, and I quite agree with Kim, blue is your color. xx

  5. Thanks for sharing your photos! I really wanted to go to this sale, but had family arriving that day ...there's always next time!

  6. Hi Florence! Your photos are amazing! We wish we could have made it to Barnhouse, all of the vendors have so much creative talent!

    Thank you for Sharing!

    Glad & Celia/Junebug

  7. Loved meeting you at Funky Junk! I'm glad the mannequin went to a good home! Send me pics of her once she is all dressed up!

  8. oh i'm so glad that i stopped by..i have been waiting for photos of the barnhouse event...sigh...i vow that i'm not going to miss another one! :0)

    thank you so much for stopping by the prairie, good luck on the giveaway!!


  9. Wow! I wish I could go to this! Everything looks lovely. I just stumbled across your blog and I love it! I am your newest follower :)


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