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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Lucketts Fall Market 2021


Take a tour of a vintage booth from the hippest vintage market on the East Coast! 


It's been a long weekend! 

I take that back, it's been a long few weeks. 

If you've been around for any length of time then you have probably heard me talk about prepping for the Lucketts market.  

Most of the furniture pieces I transform and vintage items I score head to my vintage booth at Sweet Clover Barn, but some of my favorites were saved for the Lucketts market.


Lucketts spring goes fall market
Not familiar with the Lucketts Spring (Fall) Market in Berryville, Va?  

Let me introduce you to the hippest vintage market on the East coast!

Lucketts puts on the most spectacular and organized show and doesn't leave any stone unturned.  From beautiful balloon garlands and pumpkin decor to the most incredible vendor displays. 

Over 200 of the best vintage vendors from all over the U.S. come to attend the market and they do NOT disappoint in sharing their best vintage hip finds. 

Lucketts fall balloon display

Vintage truck bed full of pumpkins

I worked all weekend and the market was crazy busy, so I failed to snap pics of my favorite vendors and displays, but you can check out their Instagram pages below. 

- Vintage By LHOF (That's me!)

Now, let's take a tour of my booth from the three-day vintage market!  

Vintage 1920's phone booth
This 1920's vintage phone booth was a favorite of mine.  It sold on Friday to a super nice couple who plans to display it in their entry.  How cool is that?

Vintage phone booth and dress form

vintage styling, gold vintage frames

vintage booth styling

Vintage brass candlesticks and kodak cameras
I am really picky about what I put in my booths and only buy what I love, so everything I sell is something I handpicked and would display in my own home.  

This makes styling and creating vignettes so easy and enjoyable, but also makes it incredibly hard to sell my favorite vintage finds.

Metal lockers

Lucketts vintage booth styling
    Vintage typewriter
I'm drawn to neutrals, vintage cameras, clocks, crocks, brass, suitcases, multi-drawer pieces and industrial decor, so I made sure to pack my booth with all of my favorites. 
Vintage locker styling

Vintage booth styling

vintage suitcases and apothecary jars

vintage multi drawer pieces

vintage card catalog and laundry basket


antique black dresser


vintage wood card catalog

vintage metal drawers

antique wood drawer piece

vintage wood card catalog

vintage file drawer on hairpin legs

Stacked vintage suitcases

rustic white drawer piece

It was a crazy busy weekend full of late nights, early mornings, manual labor and lots of laughter and fun.  I visited with old friends and met so many old and new followers.  I can't thank you enough for your support and appreciate you all more than you know.  You allow me to do what I love and for that, I will be forever grateful. 



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7 comments:

  1. Do you still have the dress form in the picture next to the phone booth?

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    1. I do, but it's currently not for sale and is being used for display. I just can't bring myself to sell it yet.

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  2. I absolutely love your style. I wish we had places like your booth to shop in my area.

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  3. Wow! You have such great unique items. I love a vendor that keeps things so cohesive. Where do you get your price tags? I love those.

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    1. Thank you so much! The large round tags are my business cards, which I custom made and ordered through Moo.com. The smaller tags I created and print myself.

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  4. I love this post with all of the vintage items. I love the photo of the truck and pumpkins. Thank you!

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  5. I soo much love the display, specially the balloons and his colours, it looks awesomeeeeee, really eye catching. thanks dear.

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