2018 Show Information


Local vendors and their offerings in the “Vintage Market” include:

Antique Liquidators of Seattle features curated antique, vintage, and industrial finds and furniture from around the country and across the globe. They will be featuring a mix of fine antiques and rustic garden finds with some amazing industrial pieces. From rustic cast iron table bases and vintage advertising window glass, to beautiful swirling industrial slip shades and antique medical cabinets with graceful cabriole legs, they are constantly acquiring stunning pieces for that vintage visual impact that you’ve always wanted.

Tacoma’s Fanciful Furniture and Whimsical What-nots will be bringing in vintage and mid-Century furniture that has been refurbished to look new and fun. Their booth will also have an array of items to perk up your home such as barware, dishes, decor items, beautiful lights, cool lamps, and a variety of vintage small appliances. From hutches, buffets and curio cabinets to hot chocolate sets, decanters and glasses, come find out what whimsical piece you can uncover.

Discover an interesting variety of vintage and antique repurposed goods at Her Shabby Chateau from Puyallup. They’ll be showcasing painted and refinished furniture and decor, vintage garden ornamentation, and handmade signs. They’ll also have fusion mineral paints, stencils and Iron Orchid Design transfers for those crafty attendees who want to add a unique look and instant style to their projects.

Love & Junk, from Puyallup, is a small family business specializing in repurposing all things vintage, rustic, industrial, salvaged, rescued, and reclaimed. They transform these vintage goods into stylish and distinctive furniture pieces and home decor. One of their staple pieces is the industrial-style barn door cabinet built from reclaimed materials–each one is unique and different. You’ll find other one-of-a-kind industrial pieces as well as fun and funky junk in their booth at the show.

Off the Beaten Path Antiques, from Sumner, loves to hunt for treasures on farms–discovering those quirky and rustic barn items that make a statement in the home and garden. Some of the gathered collectibles include old wagon wheels, blue Ball jars, metal tins, feeders, gas cans, vintage glass cloches, glass floats, old doors and vintage windows. You never know what you’ll discover in your own treasure hunt there!

Puyallup’s Rust features one-of-a-kind pieces that are handcrafted from original and primitive items that have outlived their purpose. Some of the beautiful, handmade and refurbished pieces that they create include live-edge wood tables with hairpin legs, a kitchen hutch with old dairy barn wood, hanging lights made from vintage barrel rings, assorted sizes of pulleys, meat hooks, traps, and other rusty cool stuff!

Second Use, in Seattle and Tacoma, will be bringing a variety of reclaimed and old-time finds from local homes and commercial spaces ideal for repurposing in the home or garden. Their high quality, affordable salvage includes a plethora of doors, cabinets, windows, lighting, hardware, furniture, and much more. Their mission of reclaiming salvage and building materials for reuse brings architectural treasures back to life for that unique and classic piece for your abode.

Other vendors, all from Tacoma, taking part in the Vintage Market are Brandy’s AtticMr. Junk BoyNine Lives Vintage WearsRuston MercantileThe Gathering: An Urban Women’s MarketThe Urban Gardener, and The Urban Squirrel.