This is MY room. Where i keep all my stuff and where i go when i want to be alone or work on things. It is also the guest room.
1939 electric Singer sewing machine. To be honest i have yet to use to sew, but those machines are gorgeous! This is what it looks like when it's open.
Closed as a desk
Deco era armoire. It's a constant reminder of how little clothes and shoes people use to own comparing to today. I Like to imagine what used to be stored in this armoire. My guess is: 1 suit, 1 evening dress, 1 coat, a few day dresses, skirts and shirts and that's it, cause nothing else would fit in there!
This is a 1945 Vanity. It was only 70$!!!
My Vanity set. I think the print is beautiful, and the crochet underneath was made by my lovely Grandma :)
This is where i keep some of my shoes that don't fit in the closet. Since most of these are high heels and i don't get to where them very often, they are mostly there for my viewing pleasure.
Hi everyone, this blog was born from my own search to find good vintage shops whenever traveling somewhere. Wether you're gonna be visiting a different city or just looking to browse shops in your hometown, I intend for this blog to be a good resource with basic and updated information on the shops. Hopefully overtime we will also have costumer's reviews as well as other vintage attractions listed by city. So please feel free to drop me a line with comments or ideas so we can build a useful resource for the vintage lover on the road!