Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Retail Therapy

As usual, my days have been pretty packed lately, but I found myself with a few minutes to kill during my dad's physical therapy session and decided to head on down to the Humane Society and the Green Shag Market.

You might recognize the booths pictured below as those of fellow bloggers Mr. Modtomic and Hannah (of Secondhand).

Mr. Mod's is well-stocked and arranged as usual.  I'm especially enamored with the Selig chair and the Brazilian fiber art wall hanging.

You could walk in here and come out with a whole living room set up ready to go.

Hannah's got tons of cool stuff available, including this giant Witco Polynesian dancer. 

I don't usually leave the antique malls with anything in-hand, but Hannah had a sale going on and I couldn't resist bringing a little something home.  Stay tuned to see what I snagged.


  1. Great look at their booths. I can't wait to see what you took home.

    1. Haven't been up there in a while, so it was cool seeing all the new stuff. There are more and more retro-centric booths every visit.

  2. I do with we had some great MCM styled places like this around me in Upstate NY. I guess up in Rochester there is one that comes pretty close, but it's hard to find folks focused exclusively on MCM.

  3. St. Louis was kind of late to the MCM party, but we have a strong modernist heritage. Wish that so much of it wasn't lost during the "renovation" era of the 80's - early 00's.