Charity & vintage shop snoop, Oxford, Places to visit, Retro and vintage furniture, Vintage

Vintage Shop Snoop: The Old Flight House

Set in picturesque Weston-on-the-green, you will find The Old Flight House. The space has individual units stocked to the brim full of unique items. I’ve visited a few times and blogged about it and on my latest visit I had my Mum with me 🙂 We set off on a Monday morning to check out what they had in store …

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Charity & vintage shop snoop, Oxford, Retro and vintage furniture

Vintage shop snoop: The Old Flight House in Weston on the Green

I’ve never been to Disneyland but can imagine if I went as a kid, I would get the same excited feeling I get now walking into The Old Flight House. From upcycled lamps made with gas canisters to opulent honewares to 1950s gowns – it has a vast amount of beautiful things for sale. I wrote about The Old Flight …

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craft & DIY, Furniture focus, Oxford, Rented home decor ideas, Retro and vintage furniture

Annie Sloan Blogger Event

Pineapples. Who knew painting these fruits would be such an exciting task. At the #bloggersatanniesloan event this weekend, we got very excited about them. Annie Sloan had organised a workshop at its HQ in Oxford, for bloggers from around the country. We spent the morning having a tour of the building, learning about how colours work together and having a …

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Charity & vintage shop snoop, Oxford, Retro and vintage furniture, Vintage, Vintage Clothing

October Magdalen Market in East Oxford

After last month’s miss due to the weather, the Magdalen Market was back again for its October showing. The market takes places at the start of every month at the Maggie Arms pub on Iffley Road. I’ve volunteered at the last few with Emmaus Oxford, so it was nice for a change to come as a punter. The front stalls …

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Charity & vintage shop snoop, Furniture focus, Oxford, Retro and vintage furniture

Magdalen Flea Market – August

Another month, another market. Today was the monthly Magdalen Flea Market. The sun was shining, the stalls laid out and special guest spot this month was the Annie Sloan Shop. I was volunteering for Emmaus Oxford and our stall had a range of furniture, bric-a-brac and homewares. It was a busy, buzzy day and I bought a handmade box from Emmaus …

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