Monday, January 14, 2013

Catch us on Feb 2nd!

Happy New Year! We're kicking off 2013 on Sat Feb 2nd which will be our two year anniversary, thanks to our 9000+ visitors so far for helping make our events a success! We're still the most affordable destination for vintage homewares, collectables, interior items, fabrics, furniture and more in North London, if you've not been yet, pop in and see us! We carefully hand pick our stallholders every time to ensure we provide quality traders with an eye for unique and one off curiosities you won't find elsewhere! Come and get toasty on Feb 2nd with cosy knits, blankets and all sorts of winter trinkets - more information coming soon, don't forget you can follow us on Twitter @NLvintagemarket!


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