I'll post my finds later, but I wanted to share some of our day (unfortunately, the gloomy weather made for not-so-bright-and-cheery photos).
I see this vendor around a lot, and her piles of old kitchen stuff always crack me up. If you placed every item splayed across her tables tip to tip, I think the product line would stretch for 10 miles.
Loved these colorful lobster floats, and two for $25 didn't seem terrible (I've seen them around here for a lot more).
"Super primitive" is how I'd describe this piece! But the children's Hoosier-like cupboard was awfully sweet.
Happy painted signs -- all on pieces of random salvaged material.
Such a great little vignette of stuff, and if you look in the upper right corner of the photo...
...WOW. I'm not sure what you'd do with this, but as my mom pointed out it would make for one heck of a ring holder.
I love old suitcases, and these dandies were super cute. Not sure if you've seen the end tables Anthropologie made from vintage cases (I couldn't find a picture online), but with some inexpensive hardware (think wood spindles or salvaged table legs simply screwed in to 2 x 4 mounts underneath the case) you could save yourself, like, $300!
Lastly, this charming vendor has a store called Candy's Cottage in nearby Asbury Park. And...is that the wire display I coveted when I saw it on Please Sir's blog? Pretty much! Unbelievable...I'm suddenly finding all kinds of postcard displays.