not sure if i'm going to sneak in those couple of swims i was talking about. wet, wet, wet here, a very indoors kind of week. so instead of the beach i headed towards the city. only about 15 minutes drive away we have the colour and diversity of the inner city & all that brings.
today i thought you'd like to come with me to "doug up on bourke".
vintage, rustic, antique heaven in a big old industrial warehouse. so much amazing stuff it's a great place to get lost for a while. i was thinking, you know you're getting old when some things that are now vintage you remember having and using!
so many photos i'll show you the rest in another post.
one of the biggest sources of industrial & rustic antiques in sydney.
everything is available for props hire.
everything is available for props hire.
doug up on bourke
901 bourke st
That looks like a fabulous place to shop. I'm drooling over all the glass jars...demijohns..mason jars...oh la la...I have to get out more and hit up the thrift shops cause I am having some major love for all I see in blogland!!ReplyDelete
You find the most amazing places! I must check this place out - after the rain stops ;) I'm definately not going anywhere until then - according to the weather forecast this morning the expectation is that we'll have all of April's rainfall this week but by the look of the downpour out there right now I think we might be going to get all of May's as well!ReplyDelete
Love all the blue jars! I wish I lived closer! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
This place looks amazing! I'm off vintage shopping with my BFF on Saturday but I doubt we'll find anywhere like this! Photo prop heaven :) xo KReplyDelete
Gosh, this is the coolest place ever!!ReplyDelete
I've been dying to get up to Doug on Bourke amongst other places.. How fantastic.. thanks for showing us around.. this style so appeals to me.. the industrial!!
See he has Mason Jars also.. I was lucky enough to get mine as a present from a friend os... but now I know where I can find more!!
Thanks for popping in.. and thanks for the birthday wishes.. It's actually not for a few weeks.. I'm just surprised I almost forgot it.. as it is such a significant one..
OK.. have a great wet week.. I was hoping for more of that sunshine before I start my new job.. ciao xxx Julie
Oh, wish I lived in Sydney so I could visit this place!ReplyDelete
I'll be on the next flight from New Jersey - I wish!ReplyDelete
What a great shop - I have a collection of demijohn bottles and those would be a great addition!
The old signs, the shells, the chippy paint - pretty much everything I could cram into a suitcase would be all mine!
You had me at vintage - new Linky follower!
i'm feelin it all.
thanks for taking us along and sharing these treasures!
Wow thats looks amazing. Love the name too.ReplyDelete
Goodness at all of the great stuff! What a great place to spend my money.ReplyDelete
Oooh, what a cool shop!! Could definently not see myself leaving there empty handed!!! wish i lived somewhere closer so i could visit!!!ReplyDelete
have a great day!
Wow, that is vintage heaven. Great prices on the demijohns.ReplyDelete
WOW... I want to go there!!!ReplyDelete
Oh you must be in heaven in there Cheryl, love how Sydney has these kind of shops...something we really lack up here on the coast.xReplyDelete
Many interesting things but it's a bit to far for me.ReplyDelete
What a fun place. I love all those jugs and blue jars.ReplyDelete
oh, I want to be there!ReplyDelete
Hello there, my first time here and I saw your link with that lovely photo of the blue fruit jars, so I knew I had to come over and see those! I have quite a collection of them myself. Anyway, thought I would pop in and say hello and what an awesome place and some great finds! I loved everything!ReplyDelete
I'd love that map of Australia. Gorgeous store and you have inspired me to get there at some stageReplyDelete
I love the large green jars and the old ships and the map of Australia. If I lived there I would have that map. Great vintage post. Love it.ReplyDelete
ooo, love the large bottles and the little seafoamy chairs. btw, that doesn't mean you're getting old, it means they're reducing the number of years it takes for stuff to become vintage. they keep doing that to me, too.ReplyDelete
Get out! Those blue and white kids chairs.....MINEReplyDelete
Tons of goodies! Love the eye candy!ReplyDelete
Wow, amazing eye candy :)ReplyDelete
Greetings from sunny Queensland♥
I just love those oversized bottles, makes me want to have a beach house to decorate!ReplyDelete
Fun! Thanks for taking us along. ~ SarahReplyDelete
I would love to spend the day in that place. So much fun!ReplyDelete
Wow....what a fabulous shop! That display of the aqua canning jars is stunning! :)ReplyDelete
Yowza! That place looks AMAZING!! Thanks for showing us these pics!ReplyDelete
Okay, that's it. I'm probably going to have to camp out here. I love this post. We don't have great vintage stores or flea market type warehouses here that boast the cool factor and intrigue that this one holds. Thanks for posting this. Now I can go window shopping through the computer and not be in danger of spending a dime. :)ReplyDelete
Wow, what an amazing place! Those bottles and demijohns are beautiful and not very expensive.ReplyDelete
I could spend all day in a place like that! Thanx for sharing!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, so much wonderful eye candy. Love all those fabulous boats and the bottles. Great place. Thanks for joining TTT Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
Wow! SO much eye candy! I can't wait to see more pictures of this amazing place. Thanks for sharing these photos. I have never seen so many mason jars WITH the lids in my life. I saw your post over at "Coastal Charm".ReplyDelete
What a great stop! I want some outdoor chairs! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete