Antique, Vintage trip to Willowpool

Monday, May 14, 2012
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This weekend the weather was looking pretty splendid, so we took a trip down to Willowpool which for anyone who hasn't been before its not only amazing but is ALOT larger than it looks on the outside. Cluttered with baron antiques (some so huge i dont know where someone would put them), little wood house stalls filled with neatly decorated cupcakes, reworked clothing, bespoke jewellery, hanging house charms and pretty much a whole load of vintage to feast your eyes on.

If i hadn't purposely NOT taken any money then id be out of pocket by at least £70 and that's only walking around half of the stalls. One particular shop i could of happily raided was Loule Fashions. A dainty wendy house exterior filled with sparkling jewellery, vintage clothes, satchels and silk scarves.

Amongst all the fascinating reclamations, antiques and the odd eerie looking pram or bike there was a cafe in which you could choose your very own peculiar looking conservatory or wooden hut! We settled for a hut after a busy Saturday meant most of the conservatories (some more like circus tents) were full. But it was rather cosy with table heater and cushioned benches in which we ordered tea, coffee and cake!
I definitely took a shine for the place and mix-matched oddness of hidden vintage treasures and creepy looking antiques.

Beki Xo
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    1. Thankyou im really pleased they turned out quite well! x

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  2. Really lovely photos - this place looks amazing!! x

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  3. that my little pony is amazing!
    Holly x

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    1. It was huge! Id so have it in a garden if i had one lol. x

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  4. Cute photo's just found your blog and love it! :) x

    http://2ndhandcinderella.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. This looks like such a lovely day out!

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  6. Such beautiful pics! This looks like somewhere I'd love to visit <3

    Great blog :)

    x

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  7. Great pictures! May I ask what camera you use?

    Amy x
    http://alittleboatsailing.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. that place looks like an aladdins cave of loveliness! would love to visit there! xx

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