Posts Tagged With: Flea markets

Brocante finds in Albi

So last week we popped to the Brocante market in Gaillac and this week we went to Albi, the weather was so lovely and warm, there were stalls a plenty and bargains to be had and we had them.
Here’s our stash and all for under €50

20131019-212140.jpg

20131019-212156.jpg

20131019-212207.jpg

20131019-212215.jpg

One huge lamp 45 cm wide which will be the centre light over our kitchen table with the tow smaller ones either side.
A fab umbrella stand only €5, a beautiful silver note clip and a very unusual fascinator stand which we will turn into a table lamp.

And I bartered using my new French vocab……

Categories: Living in France | Tags: , , , , | 1 Comment

Blog at WordPress.com.

Amelie4Serge

Martin et Moi ( Vikki's) extended trip to find a forever home, staying in the Tarn, Midi-Pyrenees, hunting in an around the area and all we get up to en-route... well almost!

gay f(e)ather

ruminations of a gay father and chicken fancier

Pumpjack & Piddlewick

Discovering French Country Lifestyle

aoifenicanbhaird.wordpress.com/

Follow Tom and Paddy as they document their journey working towards relaunching what has been know as an institution in Co. Carlow for over 47 years!

Cafe Book Bean

Talk Books. Drink Coffee.

Laura McDaniel

A Simple Romantic Life

Critical Dispatches

Reports from my somewhat unusual life

drama-phone.com

derek88young's weblog

authorzeelshah

Life: A knot tied to your soul

loosekisses

Fashion, Travel and Life

Maison Travers

Living & Cooking in the Dordogne

Our French Dream

Musings on our dream of living in the Dordogne

Expat Since Birth

a blog by a multilingual expat-since-birth, linguist, researcher, speaker, mum of three, living in the Netherlands and writing about bilingualism/multilingualism, multiculturalism, parenting abroad, international life...

L.M. Archer

wordsmith | consumer, b2b + b2c