Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Outdoor Treasures at Treasures Antique Mall!

One of my favorite places to visit is Treasures Antique Mall in Springville, Utah.
It is about a 35-40 minute drive from my home in Salt Lake City, but it's
always worth the trip down there.  The best thing about this antique mall
is that there are TWO huge buildings side by side and a great outdoor area.

The yard area is quite big and it's a great place to find cool old stuff for
your yard and garden.  Noel, who is one of the dealers at Treasures, has
fantastic reproduction ironwork and garden decor and the selection is awesome!

One of the things that I am in the market for this year are some great
cast iron urns for in front of our garage.  Something like these ones
would be amazing!  They are so pretty and weigh about 200 pounds!
Noel has a really great selection of these urns both in a rusty finish
and an old weathered aqua finish.  Fantastic!

I love these pots and urns!  Aren't they beautiful!  I love all of the swags
and roses and check out those gorgeous large weathered aqua pedestals!

There are also some really great statues that feature
goddesses, cherubs and more!  Love this statue!

Another great treasure was this awesome wooden tote.

Here is another fabulous statue and a cute little girl statue.  Now
that I am looking at this picture, I see things in the background
that I didn't notice while I was there...hmmmmm...

Wow ~ look at all of this stuff!  I don't know about you, but I'm in
heaven just looking at it.  Those large arched pieces that you see
in the background are two-piece arches with attached benches
that come together in the center.  They are gorgeous!

There are all sorts of amazing things out in the yard from garden
decor to brass beds to antique washing machines!

More urns and statues waiting for their new owner.

Here is one of the completed archways with the bench attached.
Check out that awesome statue to the right!

I hope you have enjoyed my little tour of the Treasures Antique Mall
yard area.  I took tons of pictures inside the mall too which I will
show in an upcoming post or two.

Thanks for stopping by!



June said...

Stacy I am going nuts here over this post!!! I don't think I've seen so much iron in one place. And to know that it is as close as five hours away. When my ship comes in I am definitely going to a trip there to pick up some pieces for the garden.

I really loved the post of your kitchen hutch! I am in love with all the beautiful china in that.
hugs from here...

Simply Me said...

Look at all the goodies.....What beautiful pieces

Georgianna said...

Yes, Stacy, I've thoroughly enjoyed the tour! Although I saw so many things I'd love and have a accept that I'm not going to drive a truck to Utah to get them. I need quite a few cast iron urns, too. Since I got back from Charleston, that's all I can think about for our garden. Everyone in Charleston has lots of them – they are so classy.

Thank you for the tour! – g

The Polka Dot Closet said...

That was fun, I saw a suitcase in the back of the one photo that I wanted to nab! Next week I am headed for a day of buying and I can't wait!!!


Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Ooooh, Stacy, that first footed urn with the wreath on it has my name written all over it! What a fun place to shop! Did you buy anything? Know something else I noticed in some of your pics? The terrific mountains in the background. Just such a beautiful area to live in!

Big TX Hugs,
Angelic Accents

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

Hey thanks for the comment on the antique beaded chandy so I could find your blog. I would be in heaven if I could go to a place like this. I want an iron archway...to grow roses from. That one is perfect!!

Miss Gracie's House said...

wow...such a lot of great stuff!
yes,I am in idaho...email me and I'll send you a post card!

Sares said...

What a fabulous place to dig around in! I take pictures and discover things in the back I didn't notice before too! Lucky for you it's nearby. I've done at at flea markets with no possibility of ever getting to buy what I've missed!

Thanks for coming by and entering my cottage giveaway. Good luck and have a terrific week!

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

Oh my! This looks like treasure heaven. Love the urn in the 3rd photo and the wooden tote too. Thanks for the tour!

ramsam said...

Oh, wow. I have driven past this place so many times and keep thinking someday I will go in again- it has been years since I went. I am going! Thanks for the tour...now I am drooling!
and I LOOOVE your lovely blog!

Ali said...

Just found your blog. I LOVE that green wooden tote! Methinks it would look really nice as a wedding decoration. Now, where could I find its cousin up here in BC...??