Stay cool in­side vin­tage mar­ket

Los Angeles Times - - HOME & DESIGN - BY LISA BOONE lisa.boone@la­, Twit­ter: @lis­a­boone19

An­tique and f lea mar­ket en­thu­si­asts who are weary of al­fresco shop­ping in the sum­mer heat can shop for vin­tage trea­sures in­side the air-con­di­tioned Fly­ing Miz Daisy Vin­tage Mar­ket at the Hangar at the O.C. Fair & Event Cen­ter.

Or­ga­nized by an­tique dealer Char­lene Goetz, who started the Driv­ing Miz Daisy Vin­tage Mar­ket in San Juan Capis­trano and Sad­dle­back Col­lege, the Aug. 25-26 event will fea­ture more than 75 West Coast ven­dors spe­cial­iz­ing in vin­tage fur­ni­ture, home decor, jew­elry and ac­ces­sories.

“Grow­ing up in ru­ral Penn­syl­va­nia with gen­er­a­tions of peo­ple who lived off the land must have left an im­print,” Goetz said in a state­ment. “It in­stilled in me an ap­pre­ci­a­tion and love for the un­usual, the im­per­fect and the story be­hind the ob­ject. So be­gan the hunt for a venue where cus­tomers could shop in a com­fort­able, fun, pos­i­tive en­vi­ron­ment. The Hangar pro­vided ev­ery­thing we were look­ing for.”

In other words, f lea mar­ke­teers can keep their cool while en­joy­ing an in­door trea­sure hunt.

Sea­house De­sign

CAL­I­FOR­NIA na­tive Lynda Lair­more’s Sea­house De­sign fea­tures vin­tage items with a coastal touch.

Gaslamp Vin­tage

FUNC­TIONAL decor items such as cam­eras and type­writ­ers are a Gaslamp Vin­tage spe­cialty.

John Lu­carelli Chas­ing Vin­tage

ASIDE FROM its an­tique se­lec­tions, Chas­ing Vin­tage also of­fers hand­made leather bags.

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