These are a few of my favorite things. . . .
Enamelware in Grays and Whites. . . .
Vintage Wooden Crates. . . .
Cross-Stitched Aprons from the 60s & 70s. . . .
Rusty, Crusty Tins. . . .
Vintage Mrs. Butterworths. . . .Crocks. . . .Painted (or not) Coke Cases. . . .
John and I made our way into Missouri yesterday. . . .It was a beautiful Spring day and we wanted to spend it doing what we loved. . . .Junkin'. . . .Our first stop rewarded us with the loot you see in these photos. . . .John was pushing the cart. . . .I looked back at our finds and said, "Looks like we've got a theme going". . . .To which he answered, "It's what you always buy". . . .
You know. . . .He's right!
We're beginning to see a trend in this area toward Farmhouse Style--the items I've used for years in our home and was able to find at some good bargains. . . .That's all changing. . . .Prices are going up and the finds are becoming fewer with each Junkin' trip we take.
So, I'm curious. . . .Is Farmhouse Style popular in your neck of the woods? . . . .Do you think it's a new and popular trend?. . . .I actually have an over supply of finds. . . .but, I can't resist a deal--and that's what I found yesterday. . . .
What do you think? Will Farmhouse Style become more popular? Should I pass on a few of my deals to sell--either at Etsy or Our Old Country Store?
I'll be interested in what you think.
Thanks for your input, My Friends!
. . .from my farmhouse to yours. . .