Monday, March 28, 2011

My Booth at Artists and Fleas

When Artists and Fleas moved to North 7th street, I was a little nervous about getting a good space. The market fills up fast in spring and we wanted to have a good presence there and set up a booth that looks and feels more like a boutique of its own than an ordinary flea market spot. I was over the moon when the perfect spot opened up by sheer coincidence the weekend that I moved in! I've been working tirelessly on a pretty display that reflects the aesthetic of my boothmate and I, Thrifty Fashionista.

Though our styles differ, we both love certain things; namely girlie, pink, and floral prints so I decided to run with it. I installed some pink paper lanterns, a giant jute rug, and I thrifted a beat up old mirror that I refinished and painted light pink. The booth is a work in progress, but it already looks pretty sweet for only being there two weekends. The best part is that it so far has only cost me about 150 dollars to decorate! A little fabric and some pretty lights go a long way.

Please come visit Meghann and I on Saturdays and Sundays from 10-7 when you have a chance and check out all the great stuff we don't have in our stores. Mention my blog for a little discount too ;)




  1. WOW what an incredible amount of treasures!

  2. Definitely the best curated & organized flea market space I've ever seen! I love the leopard hat in the picture and all the jewels in the last photo.

    Sadly I never got to go to artists & fleas, hopefully on my next trip to NYC.

  3. I can't wait to come back and actually browse. So charming and no thrift store smell. See you soon!

  4. looks incredible Giana! see you there....

  5. Definitely going to visit your place if I'm ever in NYC during a weekend, looks amazing!

  6. I can't believe how much you've got there! can't wait to come see you this spring and go shopping xo