Joanne Loudin, owner of Off the Beaten Path Antique Mall in Sumner is a specialist in up-cycling old furniture and vintage relics, rehabilitating junk with TLC and paint and turning them into something cool and new. Loudin, who will sell her wares at the Vintage Market at the Tacoma Home and Garden Show from Jan 28-31, works on chalk painting a wooden hutch in the kitchen of her Puyallup home.
Joanne Loudin, owner of Off the Beaten Path Antique Mall in Sumner is a specialist in up-cycling old furniture and vintage relics, rehabilitating junk with TLC and paint and turning them into something cool and new. Loudin, who will sell her wares at the Vintage Market at the Tacoma Home and Garden Show from Jan 28-31, works on chalk painting a wooden hutch in the kitchen of her Puyallup home. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer
Joanne Loudin, owner of Off the Beaten Path Antique Mall in Sumner is a specialist in up-cycling old furniture and vintage relics, rehabilitating junk with TLC and paint and turning them into something cool and new. Loudin, who will sell her wares at the Vintage Market at the Tacoma Home and Garden Show from Jan 28-31, works on chalk painting a wooden hutch in the kitchen of her Puyallup home. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer

Vintage market features all things old and funky at Tacoma Home Show

January 23, 2016 06:52 AM

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