Sunday, June 20, 2010
Good Junk Award!
If you are a regular reader of my Junk Revolution website, you know that I award the Good Junk Award to businesses, artisans, authors, blogs, and flea markets who specialize in vintage or vintage inspired products and services.
I am excited to introduce you to the latest recipient of the Good Junk Award, White Flower Farmhouse!
White Flower Farmhouse is a small retail shop located in Peconic, New York that specializes in incorporating antique and refurbished elements into simple country style.
Owner Lori Guyer opened White Flower Farmhouse in 2003. She believes that simple country style should be inspired and not expensive - I love that! Because Lori is committed to affordability, her inventory turns over quickly and allows her to offer new finds each week!
Want to know the best part? They have an online store! You can visit www.whiteflowerfarmhouse.com to shop for vintage wares, ticking pillows, ironstone, linen sheets from France, Robert Ogden lighting and Dash & Albert rugs and so much more good stuff.
It has been a busy week for me - spent two days shooting for the next issue of Flea Market Style and then got on an airplane to fly to California to meet with Heather Bullard and enjoy some time with my kids!
Be sure to check out the Junk Bonanza blog to get all the scoop on the fab vendors, event updates, and give-a-ways.
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