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  1. Anonymous says:

    I remember watching a documentary about the 1960's in San Francisco. The utopian concept of a "Free" store was in place then and there. I wonder why that never worked for the long haul?

  2. hana says:

    hmm. it's a bit too far for me to go by myself. there's an excellent vintage warehouse in williamsburg though – with reasonable prices! you should check it out next time you're near brooklyn. xo

  3. Daniela says:

    I think its similar to The Free Store that pops up here and there around Chicago. I picked up my kitchen table and 6 chairs there. I'm looking forward to the next time they set up.

  4. J. Is A Bird says:

    When I get rid of something that still has life it but is no longer needed in our house, I simple put it out by the curb, it's usually gone by the morning. So you could say I have a Pop Up Free Shop in front of my house;)

    Great way to keep things out of the landfills.


  5. Sweet Nothings says:

    hmmmm..cant wait to hear about your adventure there..

    ps..did you ever try the prision reupholstery??

  6. Hello Lover... says:

    This sounds amazing! And I'm going to have to look for this free store mentioned in the comments in Chicago – I've never heard of it!

  7. Kim@Chattafabulous says:

    Great concept. Bring a big shopping bag – haha!

  8. Today Hilary... says:

    Whats the name and/or address of the vintage warehouse? That sounds like it would be great……


  9. Tonia @Chic Modern Vintage says:

    My kind of store.

  10. Scientific Housewife says:

    That sounds like a great idea!

  11. Kalyn Johnson says:

    Great idea …. I may need to drop some stuff off there!

  12. emjohnston says:

    I hope you score some fun stuff when you go!
    I don't know of anything like this in my area (San Diego) … I just troll CraigsList when I feel the urge to shop on the free side of cheap.


  13. Kim says:

    D.C. has a free store every once in a while, too. It's pretty hit-or-miss and obviously not a good place to go if you're looking for a specific piece, but it's a great concept!

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