July 24, 2018
by The Handmade Market
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Urban Vintage Spotlight: HangarOne Design

Lynda Bryant-Comstock of HangarOne Design

Describe your influences, inspiration, and what you plan to bring:
Welcome to HangarOne Design where mid-century modern and vintage pieces receive an expert makeover to provide distinctive, high quality furnishings. This is more than a business, it is a passion. Passion for great form, structure and style. Passion for sourcing solidly built and stylish furniture. Passion for fabric that will bring life back to a great vintage piece.

I will be bringing an array of small vintage benches that have been restored with new fabric, new stain/paint and a revamped new look. From small sewing benches, vanities, footstools and hallway benches, we will have a variety for all tastes. Come by and take a look.

Who are your style crushes/vintage icons/fashion muses, and why/how do they influence you?:
Milo Baughman, Adrian Pearsall, Arne Jacobson, Eero Saarinen – the greats of modern chair design. I love the clean lines, solid construction, focus on style and comfort these greats created. We continue to use the style and construction techniques they gave us.

What are the things customers seek you out for?:
Chairs, chairs and more chairs! The majority of my work is focused on vintage and mid-century accent chairs. Everyone can use another chair.

What is the oldest thing you own.
I have a deep love of vintage office chairs and I have a early 20th century wood and leather office chair.

Were can customers usually shop your wares:
3510 NC Hwy 54 West, Chapel Hill, NC , online, and at shows.

Follow HangarOne Design:

Website
Facebook
Instagram

For the full vendor gallery, and all the details you’ll ever need about the next Urban Vintage, go here, and come see us July 27 & 28!

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July 24, 2018
by The Handmade Market
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Directions and Parking for Urban Vintage

Here are some tips for attending Urban Vintage this weekend…

Urban Vintage is at All Saints Chapel in downtown Raleigh this weekend. Our TWO day show will be held on Friday, July 27th (6 pm until 9  pm-$7 Early Bird) and Saturday, July 28th ($5 entry from 10 am until 5 pm.)

All Saints Chapel is located in downtown Raleigh at  110 S. East Street, Raleigh, NC. Downtown is full of one way streets so you may need some virtual help to get there.

There is plenty of street parking surrounding the event space and a free parking lot open to the public after 5 pm on Friday at the corner of East Street and New Bern Avenue.

This is going to be an amazing event so don’t miss this one.

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July 23, 2018
by The Handmade Market
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Urban Vintage is this weekend!

Get ready to rummage!

Starting on Friday night, 6pm to 9pm, get first dibs on the best vintage at the Early Bird preview. For just $7 the door, access the event first and beat the Saturday crowds.

It’s $5 Admission all day Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Kids under 12 get in free.

We have gathered the best in vintage clothing, housewares, jewelry and more for this year’s Urban Vintage. Check out the vendor gallery and read up on some of the collections in the vendor spotlights

It will all be happening at All Saints Chapel in downtown Raleigh is located at 110 S. East Street across from the City Cemetery.

Friday, July 27th 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm **Early Bird $7 entry**
Saturday, July 28th 10:00 am until 5:00pm **$5 Entry**

There is a free parking lot located next to the fire station on New Bern Avenue and East Street near All Saints Chapel. There is also plenty of street parking surrounding the event.

Keep your eyes peeled for our beautiful handmade parking signs.

We can’t wait to see you all this weekend!

 

 

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July 22, 2018
by The Handmade Market
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Urban Vintage Spotlight: Hen House Vintage

Liz Szychowicz of Hen House Vintage

Describe your influences, inspiration, and what you plan to bring:
I love anything farm house, chippy and rusty. I plan to bring all things antique and vintage as well as some great painted furniture.

Who are your style crushes/vintage icons/fashion muses, and why/how do they influence you?:
Love Liz Marie Galvan, her style is amazing!

What are the things customers seek you out for?:
Customers are attracted to our booth because we are 99% true antique vintage! We love the old stuff!

What is the oldest thing you own.
Early 1900’s Refrigerator and several very old demi johns..

Were can customers usually shop your wares:
326 Litwin Dr Thomasville, and at shows

Follow Hen House Vintage:

Facebook

For the full vendor gallery, and all the details you’ll ever need about the next Urban Vintage, go here, and come see us July 27 & 28!

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July 20, 2018
by The Handmade Market
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Urban Vintage Spotlight: Sarah Coffey Designs

Sarah of  Sarah Coffey Designs

Describe your influences, inspiration, and what you plan to bring:
Found and gathered items with vintage style. Custom handcrafted home decor and gifts. Custom signs and handmade pillows. I will bring my curated collection to help you inspire and create a space you love to live in

What are the things customers seek you out for?:
I’m so fortunate to be able to sell in a number of venues. My custom hand crafted signs are always very popular. I don’t use purchased wood from a h i’m so fortunate to be able to sell in a number of venues. My custom handcrafted signs are always very popular. I don’t use purchased wood from home depot. People love that they are made with found and re-purposed objects. Whether it’s an old cupboard door or a piece of reclaimed wood people love the history that goes along with them. People also like my hard-to-find items. Whether it’s an old large dough bowl or a 1950s pink phone. I do my best to have interesting and hard to find items.

What is the oldest thing you own.
The oldest thing I own is the original post masters box from a small town in Massachusetts. There are 15 boxes for the 15 original families who lived in the town. It has the original paint and it is just stunning.

Were can customers usually shop your wares:
The Perfect Piece 200 E. Chatham St., Cary , and at shows

Follow Sarah Coffey Designs:

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Instagram

For the full vendor gallery, and all the details you’ll ever need about the next Urban Vintage, go here, and come see us July 27 & 28!

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