It did not disappoint anyway - there was so much nice stuff in a big old warehouse, with 3 floors full to the brim of furniture, fittings and home furnishings. I kept saying "I can't believe we have never been here before" seeing as we have known about it for over 6 months! (ahem!).
Cloak and dagger entrance....this is the only (small) sign to tell you where it is!
We went straight upstairs to look at the nik naks and homewear. The first booth we came to was 'Planet Vintage Girl'. This was IMO the best booth! The owner, Laura was really friendly and helpful and we had a good chat to her about her shop and all the cool stuff in it. She very kindly agreed to let me take a few photos in there;
Mmm look at all that cool stuff! Right on the top shelves you can just see folded fabric - mostly all barkcloth! She even had some Franciscan Starburst crockery (Atomic era US crockery that you can't get here!) but only saucers..although Laura did say she had a few other pieces at the other location they have...hmmmmmm...
And the outer bit of the booth with filled with mid century furniture and fabrics. There was a fabulous set of four dining chairs that were covered in atomic barkcloth (you can just see one - the green chair).
Back on the ground floor was piled sky high with all sorts of period furntiure from all eras - mainly 1900's-1970s.
Totally loved this 50s cabinet - the sliding doors had an orange and brown what looked like a 'lamp' print on and it was in great condition, and only £25. It would have gone so well in our front room but we just don't have anywhere to put it :(
Also loved this chair!
Everything was like this - all piled up high...you could spend hours rooting!
Awesome 50s kitchenette units in original white and green colourway. There was also a sink unit and two lower cupboard sets. Argh! Need bigger house!