Wednesday, July 6, 2011

School House Treasures Antique & Gift Center

This is the place where I now have a small booth and am beginning to sell some of the many things I have collected over the years.
  It is also a place that I have shopped at for years
 and found many treasures!

Each booth is unique and carries a mix of antiques, collectibles and sometimes crafts and new gift items too.

I snapped a few pictures of things that caught my eye
 when I was there last week.
 They aren't the best photos but hopefully
 you can get a sense of the place.

 is a peek at a corner of my little booth
 all decked out for the Fourth of July!

If you are in the area of Broadalbin, New York...
please stop are sure to find something special at 
School House Treasures!

I have met quite a few of the other dealers...
...all of whom have been very kind and helpful to me. 
So far, it has been fun.

 My Dad helped me set up my display...
...we used shutters from the old farmhouse as well as the old apple picking ladder and apple boxes from the barn to create "walls".
 Mr. Flea has been very helpful too and is thrilled to have me move some of this stuff out of his living areas!

I have so many things to get priced
 and bring down to my little booth.
We went up in the attic yesterday and am pretty sure there is enough inventory up there to last the summer!

Click here to go to School House Treasures Facebook page!

Hope you are having a good week!


okcamp said...

What cool stuff! The numbers "52" in your booth look like they are old pump prices from a filling station. I have a stack of them at my farm estate sale. I sure long for the days when gas was 52 cents a gallon, and I'm old enough to remember when they were ;-).

Deana said...

Lovely! I enjoy nice, clean booths. I saw many things in the pictures I liked. I hope you do well!

Ivy and Elephants said...

I love your beautiful photos, it was as if I were standing their in the booth! I love the post and wish you much success with your booth, I'd sure love to buy there!

raggygirlvintage said...

WHY do you have to live right across the country, I so want to visit your booth!! I love those white hanging basket thingies, wouldn't they be great on a porch...

Anonymous said...

I like the variety at the School house, I also see a green floral crock that is exactly like the one on top of my fridge! I like those wicker wrapped bottles in your space, looking good!

karen - Simply Inspired said...

oh, many, many congratulations, laura! i am so far away or i would be there to support you in person - thanks for the sweet peek of your booth - love it! -xok.

Andy's Attic said...

I knew you would be at a shop that reminded me of my favorites around here. Your little space looks great and I know you will be busy keeping it full. is much fun!

Nancy said...

I have also thought about renting a space somewhere...someday. I think I will live vicariously through you for a bit.
Your booth looks your signature "52"
Sending you many wishes for much success.

loveandlilac said...

The folk of Broadalbin are so lucky to have access to all your goodies! Good luck with your new venture.

It's me said...

What a great stuff !!.....enjoy summer !!

time worn interiors said...

Congrats on the booth! So nice to have a place to sell things so you can shop for more! lol! That's one of my favorite parts! Good luck with the booth!

Paula Parrish said...

Hello Laura,
The School House Treasures Antique & Gift Center looks like it is filled with fabulous finds (love that old bowl). The sneak peek of your new space looks amazing. NICE work! Congratulations!
Smiles, Paula

manon 21 said...

Une belle ballade.
Un beau 52!

Belle journée


lisaroy said...

what great treasures! best of luck with your booth! :)

Whosyergurl said...

I've been wanting to go antiquing and now I really must! Maybe this weekend.

xo, Cheryl

Cottage and Broome said...

I wish I could have shopped there, it looked wonderful!

mary pernula said...

Love it!!! You will have a lot of fun! Hugs Mary

Carole said...

I am so excited for you! Is this the antique shop that Paula and Deanna and I stopped in before coming to the lakehouse?


Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

Congratulations on opening your space, Laura! No doubt, it will be stocked with wonderful vintage treasures from your stash. Was it difficult to decide what to part with? ;)

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

So many fabulosities there! Congrats on having your own booth there - it looks wonderful. I'm very excited for you, Laura.

Sylvia said...

Congratulations on your new booth, I wish I lived closer cuz I've seen what you collect!!! LOL.


Vintage Gal said...

Oh my gosh ~ I think I am drooling ~ wow I wish I was closer. I could have soooo much fun there ;-)

Unknown said...

I wish you all the success in the world on your new venture. It looks adorable and I am dying to visit! Will you still be opening an Etsy shop?

Paintings by Louise, Maison Louise said...

Hello, what a beautiful blog you have. I live in Holland and am working on my house to turn into a flea market style. Visit flea markets and shops I like and sometimes I leave on my blog to see what I bought. My other passion is painting, and some of my paintings on my blog let me see. In the future I make a website for my paintings. I really like to follow someone who lives far away, so I have subscribed to your blog. You are welcome to a visit on my blog. Kind regards, Louise

outjunking said...

I want to shop there too.

Essay Writing said...

This is a wonderful website the site owner has done a great job thanks.

Suz said...

Go Laura!
Your booth looks great ad I am so glad you and your dad are able to share this time! I laugh mu head off at the thought of your attic being full of a summer's inventory....then it comes a little close to home. Ahem.
Many hugs,

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

Looks like a great place to find some new treasures! Thanks for the little peek into your spot...looks great!

La Dolfina said...

It looks wonderful. I feel as though I could reach right through the screen!