If you follow me on facebook, you know that I had fun on Saturday checking out Scott Antique Market. This is held in Atlanta on the 2nd weekend of every month.
I had never been before, in fact I didn’t even know about it until this summer. But a few local Atlanta bloggers and I met up and had fun checking it out.
They have everything from furniture, to home décor, to handmade things, to jewelry to junk! If you can find it an antique store, yard sale, you could probably find it at Scott’s!
There are 2 buildings – I did the most of my shopping in the South building. It was the cheaper, more DIY friendly building.
Loved this fall wreath!
While most things were more vintage/eclectic/cottage style – they had quite a few modern displays too.
These battery operated real-wax candles were really neat! I almost brought some home but couldn’t think of where I would use them.
Windows, doors, shutters – there were lots of them to be found!
This may be the solution for my earring storage!
Loved all these shelves and displays made from old doors.
Everyone loved this nailhead trim.
Lots of pillows and gorgeous pillow covers!
This was one of the most unique wreaths I have ever seen and I LOVED it! If I can find enough fungus or mushrooms or whatever this is growing somewhere, I will make one of these!
Loved the bits of moss in it too – it really was gorgeous!
Loved these HUGE pinecones!
Lots of antique stuff my husband would have loved – car stuff, toys, vintage bottles and more!
A pretty burlap wreath.
I REALLY want a vintage fan but can’t seem to find one in my yard sale budget price range that I like.
Anyone watch American Restoration?? Love seeing these machines redone.
Loved the JOY sign and the Christmas tree.
Driftwood Christmas tree anyone?
Never thought I would want a rusted old gate but this displays sure makes me want one!
Loved these mason jar soap dispensers! He used metal pumps and an adapter to screw them on. If I can find his site or information, I will add it here.
So many cool things!
This booth was the same booth from the Country Living Fair that had the neat wood signs. I picked up one of these wood scrabble letters to add to a gallery wall.
Neon green pinecone wreath?? Pretty neat!
Or in silver!
Then there were the outdoor booths! – my favorite!
I have NO idea how these people pack up and unpack all of this stuff for a weekend but I am glad they do cause it is AMAZING!
Loved these rustic tin letters!
This was a neat booth – they have an etsy shop “Go Jump In The Lake”.
I did head over to the North building just for a minute – loved these chairs!
But most everything was more ornate, and cultural décor which is not my style.
I came home with a scrabble letter for me and a Christmas present for my husband. A big vintage letter from an old sign that can be lit from the back (Don’t worry, he doesn’t read my blog.)
If you are in the area, be sure to check out Scott Antique Market – 2nd weekend of every month! I definitely plan to visit again!