10 Inspiring Ideas to Fuse Flea Market Finds Into Your Home

In the book 'Found, Free & Flea' author Tereasa Surratt offers simple and affordable ways to achieve a rustic, chic dcor (12 Photos)

Catherine Coreno on Aug 17, 2011 at 3:30PM

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10 Inspiring Ideas to Fuse Flea Market Finds Into Your Home

Reprinted from Found, Free & Flea by Tereasa Surratt. Copyright August 9, 2011. Published by Clarkson Potter/Publishers, a division of Random House, Inc.

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Make Time For Tea

Tea and coffee cups are plentiful at flea markets, garage sales and antique stores. There’s no need to search for a matching set -- in fact, it’s better not to. “The variety of colors and patterns makes for a simple, elegant grouping,” says Surratt. Get creative when finding a place to display your collection. In this photo, Surratt used a hardware store storage bin to house her compilation, as well as used an old chicken feeder to feature another assortment of coffee cups. Be innovative when scouring flea markets for your own cup cubby.

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