I’m back from Brimfield, tired, not broke and a little sunburned. Overall feel? Eh, I didn’t find anything amazing that I needed. Well expect for an old watering can, kinda lame but it’s perfect. Maybe I’ve gotten picker? I did check out a lot of tilt top tables, chairs and beds. But honestly I thought everything was too pricey and nothing was really outstanding. I am looking for more and better examples of early american furniture in beautiful cherry or maple wood.
I had a lot of fun looking. I met with the ladies of design*sponge. Check out a cute photo of Amy, Amy and Grace below. And I bumped into fellow twitter friend and blogger, CreateGirl. Having some girltime was the best part.
I think auctions might be a better bet for me. Leave me a comment if you know of any good ones coming up in New England.
Upcoming Antique Shows in New England
Todd’s Farm: Rowley, MA
Sage Farm Antiques: North Hampton, NH