September 2, 2014

More Florida East Coast Stores

On my last post I showed you a new Florida East Coast Store Vintage Living Marketplace...Well that was not the only store I visited on my Road Trip.

You will love these stores too!  First up is Vintage Soul in historic downtown Melbourne, Florida

Check out the vintage slips used as curtains in the dressing room

Keep that drool cloth out....My next stop was just down the road at Rehab Vintage Market  (I love the name) the market is located in A cute house filled with all the rehabbed treasures we love! 

I also visited Wildwood Antiques Mall in Melbourne....Oh my gosh, it was one of those huge malls that had what seemed like 100's of vendors.  I bought these cute lamps for my bedroom there

  I ran out of time to visit two stores, but will on my next visit....One is Vintage Venue a huge warehouse filled with vintage treasures and the other is just opening called East Coast Vintage

The Melbourne area of Florida has the best in vintage stores.......And all of these stores are in about a 10 mile radius.

I'm almost done with my Hollywood Regency bedroom...

Here's a sneak peak of the stencil I used on the wall....I will start showing my bedroom projects on my next post.

Happy Creating


Melodee said...

cute cute cute stuff! I love all of your pix! those lamps are beautiful and I am certain you will style them perfectly in your new Hollywood bedroom!

Kelley said...

Yippe-yi-yoooooo! It's so exciting!

Can't wait,

Debbie said...

Looking forward to your bedroom redo posts. I just love stuff like that.
(Wouldn't you think I would get on the stick and show more of my own? I have recently redone one room completely and another room nearly completely.)

I loved all this eye candy here. The shops here and in your previous post are exactly the kinds of places that I love to haunt. I loved the slips as dressing room curtains.

boopnut said...

Oh I would love to go there! Those are beautiful lamps!

Kathy said...

The slips as curtains is SO clever!! Thanks for sharing the inspiration and can't wait to see the new bedroom.

Teresa said...

Looking forward to see your bedroom. I know it will be awesome...
And that store is so amazing. So may stories, so many lives with just a glance through the items it holds.
Thank you for sharing,

You're r-e-a-l-l-y stenciling your bedroom walls. Yikes. I tried my hand with stencil once and I'm as good as a two years old ahahahah.


The first shop is a Carol shop!!!
Can't wait to see your Bedroom!!! The bathroom took a little longer than I hoped, but it's done and I love the new look. I do need to put up things on the wall.
Pretty lamps for your bedroom.

Ros Crawford said...

Now who wouldn't love a browse around there!! And your wall is looking exquisite!

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Carol, oh my gosh this is a drool worthy post of great junkin shops. I love that slip dressing room curtain.
Can't wait to see you bedroom redo. I love that stencil.
Happy September!!

Createology said...

This was a road trip of complete JOY! What wonderful shoppes you explored. Be still my beating heart over your stencil on the wall of your Regency bedroom! Fabulous design and looking forward to seeing the complete room. Blissful Joy...

Hal said...

Thanks for showing the pics, I love seeing what other places look like. Things are trending more edgy and going industrial here in AZ.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Love it all Carol, especially the slips used in the dressing room...brilliant! Looking forward to seeing your new bedroom.

Connie said...

Hi Carol, I love, love, love going shopping with you. You take us to some very special shops:)
Can not wait to see your bedroom.
I know that you are going to blow our minds.

Sally said...

Love the lamps you purchased. Very pretty. Also, yes I like the vintage slips; very clever. :)

DownTheLaneWithDaisy said...

Awesome stores. I love the vintage slip dressing room. That stencil is very intriguing and I can't wait to see the finished bedroom.

Ann said...

So much goodness in this post. Lamps and stencil are awesome. Thanks for sharing your shopping trip - what fun!

Kelley said...

Hi, Carol!

Here's the link where I shared that indeed your pillowcases had arrived (July).

After I distribute the pillowcases at Christmastime, I will be mailing out some very special snail-mail thank yous to each contributor. Thank you ever so much for your patience!

Hugs and happy highways,

P.S. Thanks again!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Carol, What cute shops! Next time we need to do a road trip.

Curtains in My Tree said...

Seeing those vintage stores makes me want to go shopping but since I have shopped vintage all my life I don't need another item in this cluttered house?
I want a Hollywood Regency House I love art deco also and would love to find art deco furniture a friend said your too late it's through the roof in price LOL

I am sure your bedroom will be wonderful

Becky said...

I love vintage! What a neat idea to use slips as curtains. I can't wait to see your bedroom. Love that stencil for the walls.

Amy Jo said...

I didn't know she had moved from St. Cloud!! I have been visiting her for years.

Amy Jo

Mitchell Carlson said...

Absolutely amazing! The items in that quaint store are just darling to behold. The bedlamps you bought are definitely a gem. You're so lucky you were the one who got them. Thank you so much for sharing! I hope everyone is in the best of health!

Mitchell Carlson @