@junkbonanza Portland welcomes Fresh Baked Vintage!

Kristin Pruitt

Business name:

Fresh Baked Vintage

Lives in/Business located: 
Portland, OR


Your style in 3 words:
happy, colorful,  vintage
On your junking bucket list:
Driving across the country with my best friend and a little trailer, hopping from flea market to antique store
You knew you were a junker when:
By the time I was 9, I was decorating my bedroom, listening to The Carpenters and reading Country Living. I was officially an old soul.


You wish you had never parted with…
There are some solid Turquoise Pyrex pieces that I parted with in the beginning that I now collect. I didn’t know the value of them at the time, and have not seen them in the wild since. 
Best all time find:
I found 3 original French botanical prints from the late 1800s that had been stuffed between a shelf of books for years. The vibrancy of the colors are just amazing.

Bringing to the Bonanza:

You can expect a little bit of everything with an emphasis on color! Linens and kitchen housewares such as Jadeite, Pyrex and Hazel Atlas. I love vintage packaging and children’s items, so you’ll find lots of cute collectibles. And of course little pieces like chairs, side tables, shelves and children’s furniture.


You never junk without…

…cash and a beverage. You can eat later.

In your garage: cars or junk?

If there are cars, they are Tootsie Toys or made in Japan tin cars. Otherwise junk, of course!


No one would ever guess you…

…love to sing and craft.

Your junking holy grail:

The Country Living Fair


Junking makes you feel…

…like i’m exactly where i’ve always wanted to be.



Instagram: @freshbakedvintage



We can’t wait to check out Fresh Baked’s retro vibe Oct. 9-11 at the Clark County Event Center! See you soon!


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