Good morning to you! The weather has perfectly turned here in sunny Scottsdale and the mornings are chilly and crisp, the afternoons breezy and cool. I am in heaven! I hope you are enjoying a bit of Fall wherever you may be.
A couple of weekends ago, I had the pleasure of attending another one of Sweet Salvage’s shows. I wrote about the Wicked Faire that we went to in celebration of the Halloween holiday and after that, I was hooked. Just a reminder: Sweet Salvage is a four-day vintage show that runs through a Thursday-Sunday period each month — that’s it! The displays are amazing, the collections are incredible, and it truly is an absolutely magical place. If you are traveling in Arizona and you love the thrill of the hunt, you really have to go — it is unlike any other experience.
Last month was their French Market, and in a word, it was lovely. Much more understated than their Wicked Faire that was truly wild, this show was filled with vintage dishes and serving pieces, plenty of silver (yes, I came home with some!), and greenery, of course. It was beautiful, and I am so excited to share my photos with you. There is so much inspiration to be had here even in our own vignette-ing that we do around our homes.
I LOVED these zinc pots. Wouldn’t these be great with topiaries or even a little rosemary Christmas tree?
There were plenty of French-inspired chandeliers all around. Hanging, sitting and looking pretty — they were everywhere.
Gorgeous candle snuffers — aren’t they so cool? Very mid-century modern. If one of these are *somehow* still at the next show, I think I will take one home with me. 😉
Plenty of white dishes and serving pieces all around.
I don’t know if I showed you the Warehouse last time I posted about Sweet Salvage! This is another huge building on the property and it has, I guess, what can only be described as the more “manly” antiques. Greyson’s favorite shopping experience is this one. 🙂
While shopping, you are welcomed to complementary water, coffee, etc. and for a number of hours each day, there are different food trucks servicing the store. It really is a one-of-a-kind shopping experience on so many levels.
This month is their Comfort and Joy show, and I am SO looking forward to seeing what they have in store for Christmas! 🙂
Have a wonderful day!
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