Tuesday, February 21, 2012


Vintage Home Collective houses the greatest display of rare and vintage antiques and collectibles in Geyserville!  A visit is sure to inspire your creativity through distinctive and timeless pieces handsomely presented in our intimate display of unique vignettes. Our store has recently undergone some major change with NEW VENDORS joining the shop. With over 20 distinctive shop owners, you’re sure to find unique items and creative ideas to enhance your personal spaces.  Vintage home collective is your ultimate source for repurposing and upcycling antique collectibles and vintage décor.  Express your individuality without the carbon footprint and come experience a world of treasures from across the globe!

We would like to take a moment to introduce you to some of our newest vendors:


Right up at the front of our store you will experience this space full of nostalgia which includes...enamel granite-ware kitchen pieces, old fishing lures, postal scales, beer tap handles, and even a pristine vintage stove that STILL WORKS!!!:

WELCOME "One Of Those"!

Local residents Cherie & Hilary Marckx are really a crafty and artistic couple.  For those of you don't know this already, Hilary is the local preacher at the church right next door to our shop, but during his free time he can be found in his workshop working wood into whimsical shapes like the moose wall hanger (pictured below).  He also reinterprets found wood (like old fencing boards) into smart and functional "treasure boxes".  Cherie represents the softer side of this duo...she works in textiles, creating lavish and lovely quilts and wall hangings:


Now relocated to a larger space towards the middle of our upper store, ZINNIA continues to provide feminine vintage that conjures up sweet memories of the past.  Check out their new collection of paint-by-number art, darling vintage furniture, and sewing collectibles:



Courtney of MUST LOVE RUST continues to deliver tattered treasures that are covered in that coveted RUSTY GOLD we all love so much!  She just stocked her space with uber cool tin toy kitchen stoves and refrigerators, fanciful and colorful handmade feather earrings, and bountiful succulent planters that can be found in our outdoor garden area!:



Elisa Burroughs and Linda Elgin are the wonderful mother and daughter team that keep the gears here at Vintage Home Collective churning and operating at optimum levels.  Not only do the own the business, but they are wonderful shopkeepers, amazing crafters, furniture painters, and all around GEORGEOUS, GREGARIOUS, and GIVING GALS that we all LOVE!  You can find their supreme merchandise and inspiring creations right up at the front of our store...come see what is new!: