Antique Hunting in Florida

What can one do in Florida when it’s cold and rainy? Hunt for antiques! I lost count of how many antique stores and malls we strolled, even though each had its own distinct personality.

St. Pete offered lots of fun mid century decor…

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And cute old downtown storefronts…

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And a huge, fabulous modern furniture store where everything was in amazing condition.

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Across the Sunshine Skyway bridge in Terra Ceia, Zula’s is surrounded by palms and gardens and Rosie’s Produce (more on that later)…

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And continuing south on Highway 19…

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We spy big cats…

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And make friends with little ones. Don’t you just love shop kitties?

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Below are just a few of the goodies that we brought back, now available in our vintage shop. Many of our treasures have already found new homes, but we had such a good time junkin’ in Florida that we’re headed back down next week. This trip should be much warmer than our January trip. Hooray!

 

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