“I gather up to 50 eclectic vintage traders together, check them for affordable furniture and homewares from the 1950s onwards and set up shop for the day,” she says.
“This flea celebrates the kitsch to the collectable, from Scandi minimalism to statement textiles and prints. Sideboards and bookcases, glass and ceramics, crockery and fabrics, radios, record players and posters are all part of what’s on offer. People now want in their homes something chic, unique and of good quality.”
Held every month in London’s Bethnal Green, where the event was launched, the next East London Vintage Furniture Flea is on Sunday, November 5, at York Hall in the Old Ford Road. This roadshow also now regularly visits Leeds, Manchester, Oxford and Bristol.