Since 2010, the Vintage Furniture Flea has been traveling around the UK, touting their wares and impressing crowds with the amazing collection of vintage items up for grabs. This market has been very much inspired by the flea markets of New York, and captures the hussle, bussle and excitement that you could imagine lighting up with markets of the Big Apple. The focus is on pieces from the 50s to the 70s, and the originality of the items will have anyone and everyone spending their money here!
The Vintage Furniture Flea strives to stick to some basic ideals. Goods here are always affordable, and though of course there is a range of price tags nothing here will break the bank or be only for the ‘elite’. The vendors are carefully selected to ensure that the goods for sale are of a high quality, and that there is a great amount of diversity in the items for offer. Of course, goods are unique, which is something that all vintage enthusiasts are searching for. It is the perfect spot for anyone searching for inspiration for their homes.
Perhaps it is stating the obvious to say that the Vintage Furniture Flea specializes in vintage furniture! However, there are plenty of other things to impress shoppers here. Visitors can find artwork, lamps, clocks, kitchen utensils, ornaments and other decorative items and of course every item of furniture that you could think of in every shape, size and design. Any purchase here will brighten up the home no end, and is guaranteed to be one of a kind.
At the moment, the Vintage Furniture Flea travels to London, Bristol, Leeds, Birmingham and Cambridge. The dates of the shows are a little sporadic, so interested shoppers and collectors should subscribe to information from the organizers to ensure that they do not miss out on an event near them. Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair is another vintage fair in the verve of Vintage Furniture Flea – in fact, both share the same website. This fortnightly vintage fair also provides vintage enthusiasts with an unforgettable shopping experience and affordable vintage items in more than 30 towns and cities across the UK.