Today I snagged two nesting bowls one avocado green with the word "PRETZELS" in gold and black letters and a cute little lid with a gold knob about 5" wide. The bowl that nests in it is teal and says "SNACKS" on it in the same letters (it's without a lid). $10! Easily a good deal considering it was not found at Goodwill.
Here are some pictures of the other amazing goodies the Fremont Vintage Mall offered today.
perfectly simple placemats. if there had been three I would have grabbed them for my roommates and me. they would have looks right at home on our green Formica table.
a neato blue green and yellow mushroom tray. a little to kitsch for my taste but someone was bound to love it! $15 = reasonable!
I loved this pink and gold cosmetics glass with lid. Only $10 but I just don't need anymore glassware right now.
this looks much more red than it actually is but the perfect way to describe the color is "blogger" orange! I wish people still had landlines because this would look so awesome in a room sparse of color.
I'm a sucker for a set of tumblers in a rack. I LOVE the reflective "almost-blue" gradient on these.
I don't have a use for flask but this one was beautiful! much nicer than the shitty ones they try and sell at Urban Outfitters but for the same price.
I don't love that style of cup but the pattern and colors are almost up my alley. I just really love matching sets.
not as cool as the bright orange one but still pretty neat.
Seattle 1962 Worlds Fair souvenir glasses are not EXTREMELY hard to come by (I've found them a dozen of times in varying shops) but I full set would be really cool.
the perfect little camping bench in the perfect colors
great illustrations from a textbook that spoke about space travel and they were being sold on the clipboard as art which I LOVE because I love textbook illustrations. I took the photo as a mental note for future decorating ideas and about five minutes later I found an old textbook (SORT of) where every other page was a full color scientific-style illustration. For $5. Way cool.
I had just favorited a vintage tape dispenser on Etsy and was giddy to find this one. Quite expensive but probably because it's ceramic. I love the color
as a musician living with other musicians I can't not love/want this poster but it was almost $45 so I had to look the other way.
this little guy was SO cute and petite, I tried to put it up next to a casserole dish of average size to give it a little perspective. Cute little syrup bottle
I would lOVE LOVE LOVE to recreate this table someday. An old marching band drum that is GLITTERY on the sides and then a round piece of glass to go on top. BRILLIANT. Even with a drum not as awesome it would still be quite cool.
I love Fremont Vintage. I find their prices totally reasonable and their treasures unbeatable. I am not as wowed by their clothes but they share their shop with Atlas Vintage so I don't want to get angry at the wrong guy. Their store is easy to navigate and you only feel overwhelmed for a second until you realize it's not REALLY that big and the center of the store is solely records. Things aren't organized by a certain department so much but it's not in complete disarray either. The separate lot's are designed in a very eye-catching way and it's hard not to create your mental shopping list as you go along. Someday when I have more room and my own place I will take it over with finds from the Fremont Vintage Mall.