Entries in Flea Market Style Magazine (3)


Pre-Order The Fall Winter Flea Market Style Magazine

Now you don't have to rush to the store and hope they have the 2012 fall/winter Flea Market Style Magazine in stock.

The spring / summer issue of the magazine became so scarce a few weeks after its release, we had to pay 3 times the sticker price to get a copy from Amazon.com. Never again! This time, we are getting a jump on things. We are going to pre-order now on 'Margo's Junkin Journal'. You might want to do the same. Note, issues are scheduled to ship before the beginning of September.

2012 fall winter Flea Market Style Magazine

2012 fall/winter Flea Market Style Magazine order now

2012 fall/winter Flea Market Style Magazine in stock now

Back on the Newstands, Domino Magazine & Flea Market Style

The last magazine I was in love with was Domino, and when it folded I thought I would never feel that way about a print publication again.....Then came along, Flea Market Market Style..and guess what, their new Spring issue is hitting stores now! AND double guess what?  Domino is coming back in the form of a special limited edition mag on April 17th titled, Domino Quick Fixes. I am so excited, I almost feel faint!

You can get a sneak peek of a "how to" in the latest issue of Flea Market Style here:  How To Make A Flower Sack Screen.  But sadly for Domino, no sneak peek, we have to wait. Gosh Domino, you are such a tease!


Our Interview With Ki Nassauer of Flea Market Style Magazine

Ki Nassauer of Flea Market Style Magazine

Here is the dirty truth; Ki Nassauer has made a career out of junk. Her talent for reinventing curbside cast-offs and flea market finds into stylish and clever decorative items has resulted in Ki being dubbed the “Martha Stewart of junk.”

Nassauer is the editor and chief of Flea Market Style magazine, a glossy quarterly that is brimming with vintage and antique shopping tips, repurposing projects, and home decor ideas. Find out more about Ki and how she is fanning the flames of the junk revolution in our latest post for our column The Retrophile Files on Worthpoint.com.