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Vintage Love: Newburgh Vintage Emporium (in a Snow Storm!)

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My mom’s birthday was this past week and she requested we take a mini road trip and get out of the house for a couple of hours. It seems like everyone is getting a little sick of being couped up inside, but it’s been a pretty mild winter thus far. It was 55 degrees last weekend. Unheard of in upstate NY.

However everyone knows good things seldom last and they’ve been calling for snow for this weekend all week. It started out at an estimated 12 inches but the last I checked we’ve been downgraded to 4-6 inches. I’ll take it.

Anyways, my mom found an estate sale she just had to go to today. Snow be damned.

So off we went.

We went to the estate sale and rather than head home and beat the storm, we decided to take a trip to the Newburgh Vintage Emporium since we were in their neck of the woods.

The first time I wrote about Newburgh Vintage was last February. I’ve been back several times since but it seems to be a favorite winter stop of mine - close enough to not hate the drive and good enough to make me want to go outside in the cold.

Ready to check out what they have going on at Newburgh Vintage?

Good because I’m excited to show you!

The first thing that caught my eye were these upcycled end tables. I love the clean lines and the soft colors. Not only do they look fantastic, I don’t think you can go wrong with such a great price! Unfortunately for me, dog hair shows up just a little too prominently on anything white.

These sweet accent chairs were in the same booth as the night stands. Isn’t the ikat fabric on the seats just perfect?

Maybe yellow is more your thing? It’s definitely my thing. I love these pale yellow mid-century chairs. There’s just something about the shape of the wood frame I love.

My favorite chair in my grandmother’s house is similar in style. Maybe it’s a nostalgia thing. Or maybe it’s just because it’s just dang good design. Or maybe it’s both?

Alright, enough with the furniture for now. Tucked away in the far back corner of the store is one of my favorite booths - filled with vintage records and neon lights. I can’t go to Newburgh Vintage without taking at least a quick look through these crates. And every time I go back, I think this booth looks cooler. There’s no other way to describe it, I mean the records hanging from the ceiling makes me want to try a little DIY at home. But I’m not that cool and my record mobiles won’t look anywhere near as good as these so maybe I’ll just stick to listening for now.

The second I saw this flamingo bust I was in love. I’ve never seen anything like it and I’m on some sort of weird flamingo kick as of late. Unfortunately when I brought him up to the counter to inquire about a price I learned he wasn’t for sale.


But how could I be mad? If I was the owner I wouldn’t sell him either. He’s dang cool.

Oh, look more records! But how great is that card catalog? That thing was HUGE. I think card catalogs are pretty cool in general but add a fun color and they’re kind of a must have. Except I can’t figure out what exactly I would do with one. The minute I find a good use for one - besides looking at them - I’m going to be on the hunt for one just like this.

Ok, just a quick detour back to furniture. This green table caught my eye from like five booths away. After checking it out I’m pretty sure it’s stained green. I had no idea you could buy colored stain! This is an exciting new development for me. If you’re interested, and like me had no idea,  check out some of these colored stains at Home Depot.

My next find was thanks to an adorable little girl testing the product in the aisle. I’ve never seen one of these before but I’m sure it would have provided me hours and hours of entertainment as a kid. A rubber bounce pony is way more fun than the boring old ball I had as a kid. Nah, just kidding, those are a lot of fun too.

In case you’re interested, I looked it up once I got home and learned the Rody Pony is still made today and comes in several different colors including this fun multicolored version from Amazon.

And last but not least, check out this acrylic painting entitled “Flapper.” I’m not an art expert so I’m someone that just likes what I like, I know nothing about technique or mediums or anything. But this chick looks like someone I’d like to know (read: total badass) and the colors are just oh so pretty.

Unfortunately it was a really quick trip due to the storm and we still hit a little bit of snow on our ride home but as always Newburgh Vintage never disappoints! Even better news, they’ve now opened a second location! We didn’t get to check it out today but I’m hoping we get to go on our next trip down the line.

Is it snowing where you are? Did you venture out into the storm or did you stay warm and cozy inside?

See anything good from the pictures above you would just have to have? I call dibs on the flamingo bust if the owner decides to sell!

Broke Dolly
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