Junkstock: Summer Edition

After counting down since October, Junkstock finally arrived! As you may remember from last year, Junkstock is a festival held twice a year where over 100 vendors come together to offer vintage and repurposed goods. It’s basically Christmas in June and October. If you’ve been following along on Instagram, you’re well aware of my love for Junkstock. Last year, I brought home a beautiful repurposed bed from Vintage + Found. This year, my treasure wasn’t quite as extravagant, BUT I did bring home the perfect ladder. It’s hard not to share every photo, but here are some of my favorites:

Junkstock peace sign

Junkstock Summer

DIY Chalkboard

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Display inspiration.

Antique coke bottles.

Farmer's market stand

Vintage car door

Succulent filing cabinet

Succulent gardenAcorn

Jewelry clipboard display

Metal letters

Vintage typewriter

Cruiser bicycle

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Wood crate display106 Vintage co.

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  1. so fun! i love that peace sign and blue sofa. So wishing i was at Brimfield right now.

  2. Looks like so much fun! I would enjoy visiting a event like this if I had a home of my own to decorate. You have some pretty cool finds here.

  3. Meg says:

    Oh my gosh. I would LOVE to see this. I’m not sure I could restrain myself from buying WAY too much though!!

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