Flea Market Décor
WHEN THE SUN FINALLY BREAKS FREE OF THE WINTRY CLOUDS, it’s somehow our signal to begin the process of spring cleaning. Maybe it’s because emerging from our winter shells inspires us to declutter, or perhaps the fresh air is beckoning us to freshen our spaces.
But whatever the cause, we’ve filled this issue with organizing tips for a clutter-free home that still highlights your collections, because sometimes we’re just in the mood for a change.
Speaking of change, we’re sorry to announce that this will be the last regular issue of Flea Market Décor magazine. But while the format is shifting, you’re not going to lose the inspiration this title brings. Instead, we’re merging with our sister title, American Farmhouse Style, to bring you vintage content and ensure you all continue getting your fix!
What does this mean, exactly?
If you’re a Flea Market Décor subscriber, you will begin receiving your vintage inspiration through American
Farmhouse Style magazine after this issue. In light of this transition, you will also receive three extra print issues of
American Farmhouse Style on top of your subscription, as a thank you for sticking with us through these changes.
My colleague, Victoria Van Vlear, brand leader and editor of American Farmhouse Style, already has features you can look forward to: a tour of a 1947 farm cottage of a vintage collector and seller, a gallery of vintage-inspired tablescapes and a visit with a summery California home with flea-market collectibles. This popular magazine also has a recurring column called “Flea-market Finds,” which highlights a vintage farmhouse collectible in each issue.
Most importantly, we’re not disappearing! You’ll still get fun vintage content from the American Farmhouse Style and Flea Market Décor websites and social media pages. Plus, Flea Market Décor will have a special holiday issue this year that you’ll receive as part of your subscription.
You have been the most supportive, enthusiastic and loving readers a magazine could ask for, and we look forward to many more years of flea-market adventures with you.