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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Luckett's Spring Market 2019

Tour of a vintage market booth and vendors from one of the largest and most popular vintage markets on the East coast! 

This week has been crazy!  I take that back.  The last couple of weeks have been crazy. 

Besides living in a construction zone and being smack dab in the middle of a major renovation, I've also been preparing for one of the largest vintage markets of the year.  Luckett's Spring Market brings visitors and vendors from up and down the east coast for a weekend full of vintage shopping, food trucks, beer and live music.   It's one of my favorite vintage markets and it never disappoints. 

I've been going to the Luckett's Spring Market for years (Luckett's 2015 / Luckett's 2016), but this is the first year I've been a vendor and it was such a great experience.  I sold a ton, got to spend a fun weekend shopping and working with my Sweet Clover family and met some amazing and talented vendors. 

Luckett's spring market 2019

The weekend of the spring market is known for rain, but we lucked out this year with amazing weather.    I was hot and sweaty all weekend, but I'd take heat and sunshine over rain any day. 
Mid century modern Bassett highboy
I took five large pieces to the market and the only one that didn't sell was the mid century modern Bassett dresser.  It's a beautiful dresser and I'm surprised it didn't sell, but then again I think most market shoppers look for antique, distressed and chippy furniture. 

Vintage market booth at lucketts

I took a ton of Lyon locker baskets, vintage cameras, clocks, crates and fans, metal drawer units, antique leaded glass windows, mud cloth pouches, stone bracelets and lots of unique vintage decor.

vintage Lyon locker baskets

Industrial storage and vintage cameras

Vintage sewing machine drawers

Mud cloth bags and vintage egg baskets

Luckett's spring market vintage booth

Vintage wood spools

Styled vintage market booth

Chippy green painted dresser

60 drawer vintage card catalog

vintage card catalog
I took two truckloads, a trailer and an SUV full of furniture and decor to the market and by Sunday afternoon I was almost sold out.  It was crazy.  The customers were so amazing and I am so grateful for everyone who stopped by, shopped and made it a successful event. 
packing up a vintage booth

One of my favorite parts of Lucketts are the amazing vendors that come from all over. Vendors that I've followed and admired on Instagram and were excited to finally meet in person.  East End Trading Co. has been coming to Luckett's Spring Market for years and they are always one of my favorite booths. 
Industrial metal storage drawers
They always have a ton of architectural salvage, vintage rugs (I bought one from them this year!), unique vintage pieces and cool displays.
vintage dough bowls

salvaged vintage doors

cement baby heads with greenery
I don't remember the name of the dealer, but I snapped a picture of this metal card catalog and it was too good not to share.
Painted vintage card catalog

One of my all time favorite vendors who I love following on Instagram for styling inspiration is JBS Mercantile.   Jenni is super sweet and has an amazing eye for design.  I wish I would have taken more pictures of her space to show you just how gorgeous everything was.
Styled vintage market booth

There were a lot of other amazing vendors and I wish I would have taken more pictures, but I was too focused on admiring, shopping and chatting with everyone that I totally forgot, oops.

I worked during the market on the first day, but I did sneak off to shop a little and was able to snag a few cool things.  

finds from Lucketts spring market
The beautiful vintage rug was bought from East End Trading Co.  I loved the deep colors and hope to use it in the kitchen.  

The vintage EXIT sign was a total score and one of my favorite finds!  It's a heavy wood sign that's wrapped in metal and full of age and texture.  I can't wait to hang it above our mudroom door and bring a little bit of vintage character to space. 

If you live near Berryville, VA (or even if you don't!), definitely check out the Luckett's Spring Market next year.  This year, there were over 200 vendors and more than 10,000 people came to shop.  It's a can't miss vintage market that is definitely worth the drive, I promise.  

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