I think I might have told you before that we only live approximately 15-20 minutes away from Liz Marie Galvin‘s, The Found Cottage. This past Friday and Saturday, The Cotton Shed Popup was next door to The Found Cottage. They came all the way from southern Indiana. You can find them on Instagram or on Facebook.
Nothing haunts us like the antique we didn’t buy. ~Unknown
Here’s just a little shoutout about The Found Cottage Mercantile Market. It will be held on August 31 and September 1 (Labor Day weekend) in Holland, Michigan. Click on the link to get more information. There will be lots of vintage and antique items!
As I was making my way over to The Cotton Shed Popup Shop, guess who I can into? We rode together to the airport and waited at the gate two years ago at Haven. She and Jose are the sweetest couple!
I did a story on Instagram you can view here, if you want to see more of what they brought with them.
I would love a mantel in our living room, but then where do we put the TV? Personally, I don’t care for the TV over mantels, but that’s just my opinion.
Someone bought this hutch and it’s cabinet base, along with another hutch!
Isn’t this gorgeous! Do you know what it is? It’s a vent! They had so many vents with them and some said they were grain vents. I think it would look fabulous on top of my mantel that I don’t have.
So here’s what I bought…
A chippy architectural wood trim. For now I put it on top of our dining hutch, but it will be great to use in vignettes.
I loved the shape of this ironstone pitcher. There’s a small chip on the other side of it, but flowers can cover it or just turn it away like shown above.
I forgot to ask about this while I was in their popup shop. Are any of you familiar with Florence, as shown above? I know nothing about it.
I have it on the top shelf in the dining hutch for now.
BAA, BAA! I couldn’t pass these little sheep up. The white is a painted meta and the other is a thinner plastic. Both of old.
I’ve got them in my printers tray in our guest bedroom.
Do you know what this is? Scroll down for find out.
These are test tube holders from a university and the number on it represented the number of the animal. Now I need some test tubes and some flowers and/or greenery.
And finally this stool. You can never have too many stools! For now we have it next to our guest bed for our company who just arrived yesterday, but we will be taking it to the cottage and I’ll share photos of it once we get it up there. Stools can be used to sit on, stand on, place towels on it in the bathroom, plants, drinks, magazines, phones and chargers and anything else you can think of.
The seat is concaved, which doesn’t bother me. I love it!
This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. If you purchase any product through this site, I may be compensated, but you do not pay one penny more.