Flea Market Snoop: Flea Vintage and Makers Market. I popped along to the first Flea Vintage and Makers Market at Vinegar Yard, St Thomas Street, London SE1. If you love flea markets which have been curated to weed out the rubbish, you’ll love this place. The stalls are housed inside shipping containers on a plot of land opposite London Bridge Station.
Weekend Flea Market Opposite London Bridge Station
Flea Vintage and Makers Market Stock
If you love vintage fashion, you’re in for a treat. You can pick up a cute little sporty cropped top. Men’s and women’s tanned leather coats were spotted. Pretty floral dresses and tartan skirts were waiting for a buyer to snap them up. I noticed a shipping container which was being used as a changing room so you can try before you buy which is super helpful.
Jewellery and fashion accessories included pieces from vintage sellers alongside independent jewellery designers. Expect to find watches, necklaces, earrings, broaches and sunglasses.
A few gift ideas for birthdays included vintage and designer made posters, prints and greeting cards. The candles in vintage cups were cute. I noticed a few throws and adorable home accessories from the Nordic brand called Bloomingville. Shoulder bags and colourful scarves were hanging up looking pretty.
Bags and Scarves
Vintage items included old fashioned typewriters and plastic pub crates. There were plenty of glass vases and ceramic pots. Decorate your home with a few vintage green glass apothecary bottles. Pick up a retro record player and a Sinatra LP for your turntable.
Typewriters and LPs
Furnish your home with industrial enamel light shades and red desk lamps. Battered storage trunks were ready and waiting to be used as a coffee table. There were plenty of industrial, vintage and distressed decorative objects to style your space.
Vintage Home Accessories
Flea Vintage and Makers Market Information
To find out more got to the Flea London Website. The address of this market is Vinegar Yard, St Thomas Street, London SE1. The nearest station is London bridge. Follow St Thomas Street exit signs, then head in the direction of Bermondsey Street and you will see the posters and pavement boards. The market is open Saturdays 11am-6pm and Sundays 10am-5pm. Enjoy your visit!
Near The Flea Vintage and Makers Market
There are plenty of interesting things to do in the vicinity. If you’re hungry pop to Borough Market on Saturday. On Saturday and Sunday Maltby Street Market is a short walk away where you will find a cute street with gourmet food stalls. Read my Ten Things To Do In London Bridge Article Here.
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London.