Found At The Leslieville Flea August – Ashbridge Estate

The Leslieville community, loyal supporters of local shopping as well as flea go-oers from Toronto and beyond made their way to the Leslieville Flea last Sunday at Ashbridge estate. The thrill of the hunt was on! Leading the way was Pasqua Amati, local real estate broker and shopper extrodinaire who bought and wore this fun piece made by Patti at French Laundry. All of Patti's pieces are made using upcycled t-shirts and vintage linens. The results are always elegant and funky. Kevin Harris from Ontario Heritage Trust bought this fabulous bench from She's Crafty. The reclaimed timber bench will find its new home in Kevin's hallway. A perfect fit. Serving cocktails this summer? Anna and David bought an 18 litre glass demi - john from Bragg & Bee. These jugs were originally created for fermenting wine and beer. Salut! And not to be...

Found at The Leslieville Flea at Ashbridge Estate

Even with rain in the forecast, nothing could stop the excitement of The Leslieville Flea. The sun came out and patrons of the Leslieville Flea were treated to a perfect day for treasure hunting. James A.K.A Flash showed off his brand new cape from Joanie Loves. This cape was handmade with love using repurposed fabric and clothing. Thanks for keeping us safe Flash! This interesting find, purchased by Jay and his wife, is a vintage rope pulley. Once upon a time, this pulley would have most likely been used on a sailboat. Jay scavenged this awesome piece from The Modern Rust. Pictured here we have Julie and Mason with a collection of their finds from The Leslieville Flea. The beautiful vintage globe is from Lulu and Lolie, while the handsome trunk is from Bragg and Bee. Thank you to everyone who attended The Leslieville Flea this past...

Found at the Leslieville Flea- Ashbridge Estate

A picture perfect day filled with sunshine was enjoyed by all this past Sunday at the Leslieville Flea, held at the beautiful Ashbridge Estate, an Ontario Heritage Trust property. Visitors to the Leslieville Flea meandered about the 60 plus booths; some content to take their time, others intent on finding that one special piece.  Here are just some of the treasures found at the flea. Kerstin, Hamish and Lily, recent arrivals to the east end, were in need of furnishings for their new home. A multi- coloured coffee table made from wood cut-offs with metal legs from Michael Hulme was the perfect addition for their living room along with these wire baskets from The Union General for storing magazines and such. Little Beatrix rocked her new moccasins bought at We Are the Wild Ones, Daniel scored a vintage Mountain Dew t-shirt from...