Flea Market Chic: A Dose of Inspiration from Barney’s New York, Plus Denver’s Top Curators

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Flea Market Chic: A Dose of Inspiration from Barney’s New York, Plus Denver’s Top Curators

Ever since Barney’s New York launched it’s incredibly luxe flea market on the 9th floor of their Madison Avenue flagship, we’ve been itching to discover some treasures of our own. Originally inspired by the famed Marché aux Puces in Paris – the greatest flea market on earth – Barney’s created its own mini market brimming with eclectic home furnishings and accessories curated by the finest design eyes New York has to offer. Pictured Left: Barney’s 9th Floor Market – Photographed by Tom Sibley. Barney’s secret – the Clignancourt market in Paris. “It’s a rare time that you go there and don’t find 10 things you’d love to have. The variety is incredible. The pieces are sourced from all over Europe, and there’s obviously a great deal of history with decorative objects there,” says Barney’s. With spring just around the corner Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty tapped into our resources to bring you the best and brightest local curators, boutiques, and markets available right here in Denver.

Eron Johnson Antiques | Imagine stepping inside a giant warehouse filled with only the finest and rarest collectibles. Eron Johnson makes this a reality with his extraordinary vintage wonderland, widely known for impeccable taste and artful finds.  Check out the online catalogue, make a trip to the store, or shop their eBay auctions this month. You won’t go wrong with any purchase made here! Pictured Below: Eron Johnson Antiques.

Horseshoe Craft & Flea Market | Winner of countless awards, this market has it all! Incredible finds from design to vintage, art and homemade. In the summer months, the bustling atmosphere fills Denver’s popular Highlands neighborhood with sweet deals, local artisans, and plenty of unique accessories.

Revampt | Located in Denver’s own Cherry Creek Shopping Center, this clever shop is based solely on the “reclaimed, recycled, repurposed” philosophy. Find unique furnishings that mimic the flair of flea market finds and incorporate them into the design scheme of your home for a truly remarkable facelift. Good for the home, good for the planet. Genius.

Mile High Flea Market | A top destination for purveyors of all things eclectic, Colorado’s Mile High Flea Market maintains a notable pedigree of collectors with hidden treasures. Our suggestion, start with Antique Alley and keep an open mind. Think about your own personal style. Take cues from the pages of your favorite lifestyle magazine. This will help you hone in on the prize.

Creme de la Couture | Instead of home furnishings, this shop is all about the fashion. Specializing in the finest vintage and luxury apparel, Owner Nicole Schaap travels the world to collect one of a kind, vintage pieces. Make a statement, update your wardrobe, or create a work of art by accessorizing your home with couture bags and hats. the possibilities are endless.

The Hill Flea | One of Boulder’s most popular markets! This noteworthy marketplace has made headlines from its broad-based mix of global and Rocky Mountain region finds. You’ll find incredible value and impressive examples of UpCycling here.

Markets featured above vary by season, however the shops are accessible year round. Stockpile ideas and snag a few sneak peaks now! Plan a weekend of antiquing. Your home will thank you. Happy hunting! Pictured Left: Barney’s 9th Floor Market – Photographed by Tom Sibley.

Since the founding of the Sotheby’s auction house in 1744, the Sotheby’s name has earned renown as a marketer for many of the world’s most valuable and prestigious possessions. Memories, relationships, treasured possessions, homes – repositories of the things that matter most. To market a distinctive home requires uncommon knowledge and resources. At Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty, sellers and buyers alike can find representatives experienced in offering exceptional homes.

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