Tuesday, November 18, 2014

It's beginning to look a lot like...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Monticello Antique Marketplace!
I couldn't resist popping in for a quick peek, 
but there's a whole back section of the building that was all closed up.
That's because this Friday their annual Christmas show begins, 
so what I'm showing you today is in the main part of the building.
The back of the building will be opened up on Friday and the bulk of the Christmas goodies will be revealed!

I love these glittery neutral colored decorations.

This Christmas stocking topped in lace is pretty.

"Joyeux Noel" glitter garland, what's not to love about that?

The little flocked tree in the bucket is tempting me.
If only I had a bigger house and unlimited funds that hutch would come home with me!

Look at this stocking made from an old wool blanket!

Old Shiny Brite ornaments...

This chippy old green cabinet would look so great filled with Christmas dishes.

This small child's hutch caught my eye.

I managed to get some antique Santa mugs on sale after Christmas last year, 
but they still catch my eye every time I see some.

Cute old fashioned glittery snowmen.

Lots of vintage ornaments and more Santa mugs!

This vendor's space was amazing!

Look at this ornate Victorian style wreath!

And some more kitchy style decor in this vendor's space.

My eyes can't take in all of the goodies on these shelves!

I remember when aluminum trees were all the rage when I was a kiddo.
We always had a real tree, though.

I really liked this window frame and box!

I hope you enjoyed visiting Monticello Antiques with me.
I think I'm going to have to go back this weekend for their big Christmas show!

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  1. How incredibly charming! (And how nice that I didn't have the brave the severe cold to take in the scene at Monticello Antiques!)

    1. Rebecca, we've had unusually cold weather too for the past several days for our part of the country. I still bundled up and enjoyed "window shopping."

  2. Oh! Oh! Oh! My kind of fun! Thanks for sharing it with us.

    1. Julie, wish we could meet and do some antiquing together!

  3. What a fun place to poke around in! Doesn't it just make you smile even if you don't make a purchase. Have a good day! Linda bushelandapickle.com

    1. Linda, I totally agree. I enjoy looking even without spending.

  4. I want, I want, I want! Please! These booths are just perfect in every way. Lots of ideas!

    1. I love to go and get ideas, too. Even if I don't spend lots of money, I enjoy the looking.

  5. I loved every minute of the tour with you! Thinking I may head that way soon to see what's in the 'back room'!

    1. I'm wondering if my hubs will take me back there for a little while on Friday date day!

  6. Oh my! I could spend hours and hours in an antique shop. Thanks for the tour. So many lovely vintage goodies.

    1. Anne, you sound like a woman after my own heart!


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