Saturday, June 23, 2012

Cleveland, Ohio Vintage

The last place on my vintage journey was Cleveland.  The only place I went to was Flower Child, but again, there's SO much stuff there I didn't really need to go anywhere else.  Seriously, I'm not sure how they cram so much retro goodness into one space.

 Did anybody else have a Patty O'Green doll as a kid?  She's Rainbow Bright's friend.  I had one and I was so excited to see her!  I think mine is still around my house somewhere.

 Next door to Flower Child, there was some sort of toy store.  They had these HUGE monkeys sitting outside and a giant robot next to their door.  I though it was too cool.

I'd love to hear about your favorite local vintage store!  Maybe one day I can visit it!


  1. This looks so fun! I'd love to travel in search of thrift stores and such. There's one place in Philly that I can always count on to have pyrex for $3. Kansas City is THE BEST though.

    1. $3 Pyrex would be awesome! The places I go around here know what it is and charge at least $10 or so.

  2. What an awesome shop! My hometown has a sweet shop called AtomicKatz, but there's nothing even remotely like that there where I live now (the Northwoods of Michigan.) Just trees, and hills, and deer. Lots and lots of deer.

  3. How exciting, and oh my gosh that couch! So adorable. If only it were in a green color. I love green :)

  4. that place looks FABULOUS! I have a few favorites in town, but nothing as loaded with goodies as that!
    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights
    the shop of worldly delights

  5. I have a Patty O' Green doll! I got mine at a flea market, along with Rainbow Horse, a sprite, and the baby from Rainbow Brite. They are so cute!

  6. Oh my! I NEED that blue couch!!! Here in San Diego everything goes straight to the vintage boutiques which means major mark ups!


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