If you’ve known me for very long, you know that I love vintage. Vintage shopping. Vintage, antiques, collectibles. Vintage magazines. Vintage books. Vintage farms. Re-purposing vintage. Up-cycling vintage. Vintage stories. Vintage, vintage, vintage. New is nice, too. But the nostalgia of a lovely piece, its history, and the fond memories it triggers in my mind of earlier days captivates me.
I’ve had the privilege of meeting many wonderful people in the High Desert who also love vintage, antiques, and collectibles. Several of these individuals also have an appreciation for vintage things and are entrepreneurs. Let me introduce you to some entrepreneurs. To shop at their stores, visit the links provided below.
- Linda Marie’s Enchanted Treasures (photo above) – a wonderland of vintage!
- Twania, an artist, sells her art and vintage clothing and accessories online.
- Owners of Carriage House Antiques on Hesperia Road in Hesperia, along with their many vendors, sell antiques and collectibles. They are celebrating their 4th Anniversary Sale on November 9th, 10th & 11th.
- Sandi at Smoketree Junction in Pinion Hills on Hwy. 138 sells antiques, collectibles, and up-cycled vintage along with many vendors.
- Rusty, copywriter, editing, ghostwriting – and a vintage collector.
- Marti and John collect unique vintage items to display where they hold workshops like their upcoming Overcoming Grief & Loss Workshop, meetup groups, and classes.
- High Desert Greg makes up-cycled home and garden accessories from vintage items for sale at Smoketree Junction and on Etsy.
Thanks for visiting High Desert Blogging today. When you visit one of the entrepreneurs listed above, do me a favor and let them know you heard about them through Angie at High Desert Blogging.
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