Sunday, August 9, 2009

Mad Hatter: Part Two

Well, other then my dear aunt Dot post, I bet you are getting pretty sick of seeing all the wonderful places I have to shop for vintage clothing. So, in this post, I'm highlighting a shop that specializes in vintage household items! This little shop is located once again in the Mad Hatter in Adamstown, PA. I have no idea the name or owner of this shop, but I have bumped into her once or twice and she is super cool. What I love best about her store is her huge variety of everything you could imagine in ways of retro house hold items and all the colors! On to the eye candy!


  1. Holy crap, I think my head just exploded. :-D thanks for sharing such lovely eye candy!!! I know where to go if I ever venture out back east!

  2. That shop looks like the stuff dreams are made of to me!!

  3. *Picks jaw up off the ground*

    I'm speechless....I didn't know stores this impossibly, magnificently, gorgeously awesome even existed.

    You are so fortunate to live near a true vintage shop gem like this!!!

    Oodles of hugs,
    ♥ Jessica

  4. I've been here couple times, believe it or not. I've gotten a couple great additions to my ray gun collection from Mad Hatter, as well as a number of excellent vintage, first edition science fiction paperbacks (which I also collect).

    BTW, if you find yourself back there, the Mad Hatter is down the street from the Toy Robot Museum, which is why I sometimes find myself hanging out in good ol' Adamstown. (For more info on the museum, check out my blog.)

    Wow. I honestly never expected to see this shop appear in anyone else's blog. Not sure why this makes me so happy... Thanks for posting!

  5. this place is amazing!!! it blows my mind!!

  6. Doc Atomic: I love the Mad Hatter and Adamstown in general! A Toy Robot Museum?? I never knew but now I must go! I will check your blog about it for sure and drag my fella there on a fun adventure.

    Glad you enjoyed reading my post!


  7. OMG, I think I'm going to hyperventilate! I had this place on my mental map when I saw their setup at the Reading WWII weekend, but this make it a destination. You're so great to share the info- thanks doll!