1. Marmalade Pots
These gorgeous marmalade pots are like the "unicorns" of the bunch - the ones you really have to dig deep for! However, they are definitely out there. These pots add such historic elegance to shelf decor.
2. Cutting Boards
Good news, folks! Cutting boards of all shapes and sizes are fairly easy to find at flea markets. Pricing varies on these which means it's possible to find them regardless of your budget. How cute are these pig cutting boards I found? They are giving me all the vintage farmhouse vibes.
Well... I am officially addicted to ironstone and make no apologies! History plays such a large role when it comes to beautiful ironstone pieces, which is just one more reason to love and collect them. Use ironstone as shelf decor, flower pots, and even drink pitchers! There are endless amounts of possibilities.
4. Old Signs
My favorite antique signs are hand painted black and white. They add great character to your home decor and can be placed in a variety of spaces. At a flea market, prices vary. However, be prepared to spend good money on certain theme signs!
What's more fitting than adding some wheat or grain stacks to your fall home decor? When hunting for these at the flea market, make sure you look in boxes! This is another item you might have to dig for! The neutral color of grain goes perfectly with any color pallet you're using for your fall decor.
You might be asking yourself what's so special about a basket? Well, baskets come in so many unique shapes, styles, and sizes, and act as a functional piece in the home. Not only can they be used for home decor, they can also be utilized for storage or transporting small items around the home. They are another price-friendly item that you always have space for.