The Medina Antique Mall is south of Cleveland. It has been open for 20 years and its 52,000 square feet is filled with booths and glass cabinets from about 500 dealers, overflowing with mid-century and older furniture, porcelains, books, glassware, clothing, artwork, signage and home decorations and some antiques.
Kim and I and our newsletter editor, Susan, worried all week that our trip to the annual Burton, Ohio, flea market would be a wet one, so we went “early bird” and hit the booths by 9 a.m.
It’s back! The Original Miami Beach Antique Show that has been a mainstay for visitors and locals for 58 years is back on Miami Beach and in a spacious, updated building.
Every December, Miami comes alive with art fairs. It’s a great time to catch up with old and new design trends at Design Miami.
We went to the Salon Art + Design fair in New York City. You never know what you will learn when you explore flea markets, sales and shows.
Houston is the fourth largest city in the United States, yet you don’t feel the congestion and hurried attitude you sense in other large cities. We went to their Museum of Fine Arts and some smaller musuems.
Athens, Greece. Great sights, great food and interesting antiquing.
Williamsburg is a famous city in Virginia founded in 1632. Its historic district, known as Colonial Williamsburg, has been restored as a living-history museum and is a popular tourist attraction.
Bottle collectors from as far away as Australia met in Cleveland the first week in August for the Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors’ annual convention and expo – and I was there.
The national Country Living Fair, a combination flea market, collectibles, and arts and crafts show in Columbus, Ohio, attracts thousands.