The Brimfield Antique Fair is one of my favorite things to go to in the summer time. I love the fields and fields of vintage clothing, furniture and knick knacks. Here’s a few photos from when I was there (and a few more from my visit last year).
Back of a school bus, anyone?
This was a chair I bought for $20. The weaving is broken in the front, but nothing I can’t fix!
Pineapples are an international sign of welcome. I’ve been seeing them everywhere, and I love it.
A pack of old coasters (still in their original paper packaging) from the brewery my family used to own.
My goal for the day was to find one of these wooden loungers to repaint and reupholster. I found a great adjustable green one for $10.
This old egg crate still came with the original inserts. That’s a lot of eggs!
Beautiful rugs imported from Morocco.
I love the colors and detail on these scientific drawings.
This was a factory ring mold before the rings had been cut off. How cool!
I’m a sucker for old high heel shoe lasts. The curve of the arch is so elegant. Once of these guys had to come home with me.
The root beer float has become my go-to on a hot summer day at Brimfield. Soft serve gets swirled around the walls of a plastic cup and the center is left open. They fill the center with root beer and give you the rest of the can to refill as you eat. Simple and delicious.