Cute and Quaint at Pearl’s Market

Just outside of the lovely area of Chester County is this gem of a place, Pearls Market, in Downingtown, PA. This was a great stop, early one morning, as I continued my antiquing journey through the sprawling and lush PA countryside. I believe that it’s a family owned and operated business, as I saw what looked like a father-daughter team working the fresh fruit and flower stand outside the shop.

Lots of great goodies can be found outside…such as lovely hanging flower baskets and this cutie side chair, turned into a makeshift planter with petunias.

I love the multicolored petunias spilling out of this child’s size chair…

There’s tons of fresh fruit and I was told that their fresh produce changes seasonally. Inside the shop, you can find all kinds of homemade jams as well!

Beautiful and ripe…cherries and other fresh produce

Going into the shop, one can find all kinds of furniture. Some of it’s old, some of it’s vintage, some of it has been repainted. Out on this porch area, I found two wonderful counter height chairs, probably from the 50’s, that had wrought iron cows on the frame of the chair…adorable.

I think this cupboard and little farm table would look precious in a kitchen or hallway…

When we went inside, I fell in love with this re-upholstered arm chair. It was either the soft linen fabric or the nail head trim…this chair could go in any room.

An old chair gets a facelift with linen upholstery.

How about a cute potting table for the gardener in your household…or maybe it could be a desk in a child’s room. Either way, it’s bright and cheery!

Something every gardener needs…a cute vintage potting table!

The inside of the shop is small, but there is a nice mix of vendors. This vendor’s corner seemed to have a more shabby-chic feel with it’s cute painted dresser and vintage hanging light…

Update an shabby chic bedroom with this charming white dresser…

If you’re passing through this area, make this a stop…as I have heard their array of items for the fall are wonderful.

For more information about Pearl’s Market, visit their website at

Copyright 2012. The Savvy Seeker blog by Erin Hurley-Brown. All Rights Reserved.

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