Home decor can be used and re-purposed and found at this weekend's antique show | Arts & Culture
It may have junk in the name, but Funky Junk isn't that junky. It's just an antique show and draft market featuring vintage and modern re-purposed items for home decor and even conventional use. It's an opportunity to stock up on home decor to get your home and garden during your Labor Day weekend.
"It seems lately that people love the feel of vintage items for home decor, and the warmth that something with a story brings with it to their home," Hollie Jantz Eastman, organizer, said. She continued, "Many of the items are still functional, so they can find new life in a new home."
The antique show happens twice a year, once in Spokane and a second time in Sandpoint. It's now host to about 30 vendors.
Event Details: September 3rd & 4th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 621 Oak Street in Sandpoint, Idaho. There is a $2 entrance fee. Children 12 & under have free entry. For more information visit: Funky Junk Antique Show.