The Vintage Market


Discover vintage treasures and shabby-chic items in the “Vintage Market” at the Tacoma Home & Garden Show®

The Tacoma Home & Garden Show showcases the popular and colorful “Vintage Market,” a collection of booths from 20 local vendors selling unusual and one-of-a-kind home and garden items, vintage signage, repurposed furniture, garden art and more.

The Vintage Market spotlights repurposed and shabby-chic finds for the garden and home.

From rustic potting tables, timeworn statuary, and classic cowboy gear, to repurposed barn boards and architectural salvage pieces, these treasures and much more can all be found at the Vintage Market.

A sampling of local participants and their offerings in the Vintage Market include:

  • John Bob Cool Junk, from Federal Way, has a passion for rediscovering the forgotten everyday piece and updating it in a fresh way. JOHNBob will be bringing a real mix of vintage collectibles that won’t disappoint including primitive and distressed furniture, pillows made from vintage fabrics such as bark cloth, lamps and upcycled chandeliers, and much more with great vintage style.
  • Cindy Argo, from University Place, will have an assortment of exceptional, repurposed garden items including rustic potting tables, garden benches, and arbors made out of old board and hardware. You’ll unearth all you need to put the finishing touches on your garden with distinctive vintage finds.
  • The father-daughter team of Port Orchard’s Cowpunchers will feature custom-built furniture and home décor items made from vintage materials such as garden tools, antique hardware, salvaged wood and metal. This dynamic duo will bring a selection of repurposed lighting and antique western goods like bits, saddles, spurs, jewelry, and other cowboy assortments. Their out of the ordinary “Man-tique” wares are heavy, rusty and useful.
  • Discover the colossal collection of remarkable treasures at the booth of Farm & Frills Antique Show, with more than 40 of the Northwest’s premier antique and vintage dealers bringing the best vintage goods that they have to offer. You’ll be astounded at the array of unique and thrilling riches to be uncovered.
  • Hunting for vintage treasures? Visit Great Bones of Port Orchard for repurposed furniture, custom goods for the home and garden, potting benches, lighting, and flower stands. You’ll also discover vintage statuary and wire ware—then add in some vintage pottery and kitchenware collectibles to round out the eclectic mix.
  • Junk Dreams of Tacoma is all about offering vintage garden items and rustic and kitschy home décor items to showgoers, including over 90 retro suitcases. They’ll feature interesting vintage attire such as a collection of aprons for home and garden, and a display of vintage hats with leaf and flower themes.
  • The Urban Gardener and Millesime Designs, both from Tacoma, will combine their home and garden wares to create a beautiful eco-vintage booth of “Urban Designs.” They specialize in antique, vintage, and up-cycled” one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture for your home and garden. From old salvaged windows to collectible iron furniture, you’ll discover old-fashioned riches from a pair of “eco-chic vintage lovin’ gals.”


Other vendors who are taking part in the “Vintage Market” include Blue Ewe (Puyallup); Eyes Upon You (Seattle); Rickety Picket and Flea Market of Thurston County (Olympia); Marti Sidock (Yelm); Purple Cow Antiques (Buckley); Rita Odell (Vaughn, WA); Secrets in the Attic, (Redmond), Shabby Shack Boutique (McKenna); South Tacoma Antique Mall; That 2 This (Maple Valley); Vintage Home Sweet Home (Puyallup); and Wit’s End (Auburn).








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