Tuesday, January 25, 2011

NYC Antique Flea Markets!

I have always enjoyed rummaging at flea markets. It is especially fun when you find that special something....You may not know what that is until you see it! Well, there are some great antique flea markets that are worth a visit in NYC! It has been a cold winter, what a fun way to spend a few hours on the weekend indoors and outdoors. I am going to feature two markets below in this post. Over the next few weeks, I will also share with you markets in Brooklyn and upstate NY. Please let me know if you make the trip and if you found something you loved. Email me a picture and I will post it for everyone to see! Thanks to all of you readers, the public ones as well as you private ones! I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to stop by. Please write me if you have any decorating questions or dilemmas lately and I will give some "Denise" advice! Thank you for all of your support! Okay now for the markets.....


Located at 112 West 25th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues)and open 9AM – 5PM, every Saturday & Sunday, the Antiques Garage has been attracting thousands of shoppers each weekend since 1994 with 100+ vendors on two floors selling eclectic antiques and decorative arts–paintings and prints, vintage items including jewelry, handbags, fabrics, rugs, and furniture, every type of fine silver item imaginable, and more.


Named one of the Top Ten Shopping Streets in the World by National Geographic, Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market sets the standard for distinctive vendors, where collectors and top-notch hagglers including the fashion ├ęclat, artists, celebrities, tourists, and residents shop the market for antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, mid-century modern items–including home decorations and furniture–jewelry, and more.
Located on West 39th Street between 9th & 10th Avenues and open 9 AM – 5 PM every Saturday and Sunday all year long (weather pending), Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market includes vendors from The Annex, formerly located in Chelsea.

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