I’m so excited to tell you about the first French Flea Market I’ve ever attended. In fact, I believe it to be the first ever held in our neck of the woods. It was called A French Flea at The Queen Bee (I’ll tell you more about The Queen Bee later).
When I think of flea markets, something very different comes to mind than what I found at this lovely outdoor market. Not much description is really needed here, as the pictures tell the story.
Not your typical Flea Market, right?
Look at these wonderful lamp shades! I’m so inspired.
So many uses for burlap!
What a great idea for an old paned window. I think I need to do this in my bedroom.
What do you think of this fun wire basket light fixture? I think I’d like this for my future laundry room re-do (minus the antlers of course).
I absolutely love this dresser. It is a beauty and the finish is divine.
This Flea Market was fabulous and it was such a great success that they will be holding it again next year, the second weekend of September.
Now, a little about the Queen Bee Art Cottage where the market was held. What a great find, this wonderful little cottage so close to home. It is available for rental, sleeps 6 in single beds, has a full kitchen and a crafting room. I’m thinking girl’s getaway!!!
These are the lovely owners, Kim Bridges and JoNell Quinton.
Take a look at a few pictures of the interior.
I love this cute little reading nook.
This chair is cozy enough for a snooze, don’t you think?
Here a just a few of the fun decorator touches.
I could absolutely live in a place like this, It might be a little on the feminine side for my husband though. To see more and to learn about the options available for renting this cottage, pricing, and information about their upcoming crafting classes, please visit their website www.queenbeeartcottage.com
I will definitely be planning my own little get-away soon. Have a blessed day.
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