After an exciting day at our BHG Stylemaker Event, East Coast Editor and flea market maven Eddie Ross treated seven of our event attendees to a trip around Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market in NYC! Eddie shared some of his top thrifting tips including how to spot the differences between bone china and porcelain, tips for getting the most for your dollar, and, of course, Eddie’s specialty of how to mix flea market items with modern decor.
Each of the bloggers received a tote bag from Vera Bradley which were all filled to the brim by the time that we finished! Check out who attended and their favorite purchases of the day below and see more from the flea market tour and the Stylemaker Event by looking at #BHGStyle on Instagram.
Susan from House of Brinson found a set of matching lion heads with rings through the mouth for $130 for the pair. She’s not sure what she’ll be using them for yet but with her major home revitalization that she’s currently working on we’re sure she’ll find a place for them!
Ibie, who you can follow on Instagram at @ifalc, spotted this Lenox centerpiece bowl for just $20! It pairs well with the rest of her haul including a set of candlesticks, two stylish bags, and vintage flatware.
Grace from A Storied Style picked up this vintage lucite bar cart set. The cost: $10!
Jen from I Heart Organizing scored a Lenox footed compote that could make any dessert look even more decadent! Bonus: It was only $25.
Brittany from Addison’s Wonderland will be dressing up her table with a set of gold Pickard salt and pepper shakers that she picked up for just $20.
Maghan with Addison’s Wonderland is adding a set of hand-stitched pillowcases to her home for just $18 for the pair!
Lindsay from Suite One Studio (who was also featured in our September issue!) picked up a cute dalmatian paper weight for $10. We think it’ll pair perfectly with her gorgeous handmade pottery!
Eddie added a silver plate pheasant to his bag for $20. Thanksgiving table decor, anyone?