around here: the Junction Flea Market

lark linen_junction flea 8{ gorgeous florals from Coriander Girl }

I mentioned the Junction Flea Market briefly in my SFMW round-up on Monday, but I thought I’d take a moment to touch on it a little bit further. Occurring the first Sunday of every month, The Great Hall in Toronto gets completely taken over by vendors of all varieties. Coffee stands, jewelry makers, and vintage stores alike all delight in a day filled to the brim with flea marketing. Justin and I waddled our way over to check it out post-brunch last Sunday and we were delighted by our findings. I definitely recommend it if you’re ever in the area! Here’s a quick peek at some of my favourite discoveries…

lark linen_junction flea 1{ a coffee pit-stop }

lark linen_junction flea 5{ teeny succulents in vintage jars }

lark linen_junction flea 2{ brass letters }

lark linen_junction flea 3{ pretty milk glass vases }

lark linen_junction flea 6{ old skates & other cool finds}

lark linen_junction flea 4{ fabulous hand-made jewelry }

lark linen_junction flea 7 11-35-04{ the coolest vintage apothecary bottles }

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6 Responses to “around here: the Junction Flea Market”
  1. Alyssa says:

    This place seriously looks like a dress. I’m on this new kick where I collect apothecary bottles, so I definitely would have picked up a few of those!

  2. Chloe Moon says:

    I go nuts for flea markets!!! How fun this must have been!! =)

  3. Vanessa says:

    This looks amazing! Will definitely have to check it out next month. Thanks for passing along.

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