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VELVET’S VINTAGE ~ HALL B 47 March 3, 2014

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This husband and wife team, Velvet and Craig Walker, met in elementary school and have been sweethearts ever since!

   Specializing in antiques, primitives, architectural salvage, and funky, rusty, crusty, finds, they turned their passion of picking into a full time business. They opened a retail antique shop in 2002 in Cleveland, Georgia, which is open Monday through Saturday, 10-5.
   They offer many services including searching high and low for anything you are looking for; buying as well as selling; and estate liquidations.
   Velvet and Craig have three grown sons … a Software Engineer, a 1st Lt. Infantry US Army, and an Auctioneer.
   You will love the treasure hunt you will find in Velvet’s Vintage! Check them out in Hall B 47.
Email: velvetsvintage@yahoo.com
Website: www.velvetsvintage.com

Facebook: Velvet’s Vintage



LAST CHANCE GAS ~ HALL G 433 June 13, 2013

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Steven Sinatra grew up in Long Island, NY, restoring a 1932 Nash with his Dad. He worked at a Texaco Service Station while in high school and college. His brother owns two 1969 vintage cars. Steve has been around cars all his life so it makes perfect sense that he has a passion for rescuing old signs and memorabilia from this glorious era. This is one shop you want to bring Dad to on Father’s day and let him pick from all Steve’s treasures. His collection is awesome.
Steve Sinatra at Lakewood 400 2     One of Steve’s specialities is cotton t-shirts sporting old vintage patches from employee uniforms! What a great gift for Dad or yourself!
But there’s more. The next article is about Lori Sinatra, Steve’s wife. This business is a partnership!








Email: henders12007@yahoo.com
See more: Visit the Lakewood 400 Facebook Page

MAGGIE’S RESQUE ~ HALL G 433 June 13, 2013

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Lori Sinatra grew up in LA watching her Mom and learning how to refinish and paint furniture. So her love of rescuing old vintage furniture, refinishing or painting it, comes naturally. You will love the eclectic collection in Lori’s shop whether you are looking for a great table or a striking accessory. What was discarded by one, has been transformed into useful and functional home decor.

You will enjoy meeting both Lori and Steve Sinatra!
Lakewood 400

Email: henders12007@yahoo.com    See More: Check out the Lakewood Facebook Page

ASH RIVER SIGN & DESIGN ~ HALL H 519 May 30, 2013

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One look at the structure that houses Ash River Enterprises and you know that Angela O’Sullivan Waters is artistic and creative. She specializes in refurbishing and repurposing old furniture and cabinets. In addition to basic interior painting, Angela paints murals and faux finishes.  She also customizes and builds what can be dreamed up or visually presented to her and caters to her clients needs for special occasion items that need to be personalized. Angie features lots of hand painted signs!
Angie also owns Ash River Kennels where they raise standard and miniature Australian Shepherds. ash river at Lakewood 400
According to Angie,     “I absolutely love the opportunity to do what I love that Lakewood 400 has afforded me. That  the wonderful people around me are such a blessing is  even more of a plus!”
When asked to tell us something about herself, Angie says,  “just ask my Momma cuz she thinks I’m mahvalous!!!”

Email: angela.ashriver@gmail.com


Brown Eyed Antiques & The Georgia Peach Antiques ~ Hall G 400 & 442 May 30, 2013

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Beth Miller of Brown Eyed Antiques and Helen Peach of The Georgia Peach bring an eclectic mix to Lakewood 400 in their Hall G shops. Beth hand picks things she loves specializing in Vintage, Mid Century Modern, repurposed furniture, custom lamps and lighting, painted furniture, repurposed items, art work, salvaged windows and doors and loads of industrial items. She also loves to build custom furniture pieces.
Helen of The Georgia Peach specializes in collectibles, primitive and vintage items from unique to unusual and sports a love for architectural salvage.
These two compliment each other beautifully, “We have a good time finding items from the past and bringing them to the future.” Together they bring a large variety of items for your home.
Helen relocated from England in 1996 to Louisiana and moved to Georgia in 2004. She is the proud mom of 3 boys and 1 girl. Beth moved to Atlanta in the early 90’s. She worked in the computer world for 18 years but her love for interior design finally won out. She has a “patient” husband and 3 beautiful children.
According to Beth, “This industry is so rewarding and life is good when you can do something you love.”
Beth’s Email:browneyedantiques@gmail.com
Helen’s Email: helenpeach@bellsouth.net
Helen’s on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thegeorgiapeachantiques


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The Wilkerson’s enjoy the outdoor atmosphere of the Veranda in front of Lakewood 400 where she has been for four years. Jennifer wasn’t a dealer at the historic Lakewood, but shopped every month and furnished their house from there.
They have built quite a following for their authentic collection of primatives, collectibles, antiques farm implements, authentic western wear, lighted traffic signals, and so much more!
When asked if she offers any special services … “my opinion!” says Jennifer and is quick to add that’s a joke.
Danny and Jennifer have been married 47 years and have collected many things throughout the years. From the beginning they enjoyed going to Antique shows. They have 2 children and 4 grandchildren and love going to their baseball and soccer games.
For great primitive antiques and maybe an opinion or two, visit the Wilkerson’s out front in Veranda 6/7.
Facebook: facebook.com/jennifer.l.wilkerson
Email: jenniferwilkerson48@gmail.com