Vintage Market Days

Last weekend I went with a few girlfriends to Vintage Market Days in Estes Park.  It was like Joanna Gaines (of Fixer Upper) had babies and they were on display at the Estes Park Event Center! We had such a fun time!  Here are just a few of my favorite vendors.

Oak & Acorn Vintage Boutique – These ladies had a magnificent eye for not only products, but also display.  They were constantly rearranging as things sold so it looked like a completely different store than the previous time we walked by.  Check out them out downtown Fort Collins.


Farmhouse Feather is a sweet shop specializing fun, unique  picture frames.  We found a cute wreath and vase that came home with us too!  You can find her products on Etsy.

farmhouse feather

Made in Ceramics – I met a young guy who did beautiful ceramics and brought home the cutest bud vase for my mantle. He is based out of Fort Collins but you can see his work online here.

Made In Ceramics

Tilted Timber is a young family’s business – and I love supporting young artists and their families!  I happened to comment on how amazing this light fixture was and someone told me to “buy it!”  It turns out it was the artist’s wife! Don’t you think this would be perfect in my dining room?

tilted timber 2

Wicker Hill is “inspired by Midwest Farmhouses, New England Cape Cods and Beach-side Bungalows.”  This is a perfect description of my style so, of course, I LOVED all their things!  This photo doesn’t do them justice, so check out their website.

wicker hill

Vines Vintage is a collection of 60 shops in one space in Fort Collins.  I loved the unique styles of each vendor.  I will definitely be checking them out the next time I’m in town!  (Isn’t that settee darling?!)


Knotty By Nature – isn’t that a great name for a woodworker?  This guy was a true artist!  He has a shop in Loveland – stop in to see his beautiful work!

Knotty By Nature wine & cheese tray

Vintage Market Days happens all over the country and will be Denver this August!  Check their website to see if they’ll be near you!


6 Replies to “Vintage Market Days”

  1. Thank you Heather for Visiting our Market in Estes Park! Hope to see you again in the fall September 30th – October 2nd, at Estes Park Events Center!

    Vintage Market Days of North Central CO

  2. I thought the admission price of $10.00 was high just to go in and shop in Estes. When it was basically the same stuff we saw in Loveland for half the cost. Or shopping for free at one of their stores like Vines Vintage. I’m sure the vendors would have liked for people to have that extra money to spend in their booth rather then just for the privilege of getting to shop there. That being said, we made it a fun girls day, and most bought at least one thing.

  3. It was only $10 for the first day…$5 for the rest. I thought that was reasonable – especially if you got there the first day and were able to get a first choice at the good stuff!

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