Monday

Decorative Junk



I was trying to put order to the many pictures I already have.  While going through that task  I came upon these images that put a big smile on my face.  They were taken last year during my last trip to Bogota - Colombia.  We happened to pass by this place, which is really hard to ignore, as you can see!



I simply had to stop and take some pictures at what at a first look resembles a junk pile!



I just had to pass that beautiful door to see its interior.  Well, the place is a restaurant that when night comes it's transformed into a night club.



Once inside your eyes cannot stop looking all around.  Like on the outside, the inside is packed with found items.



I love the way they utilized those old sewing machines as tables.


The whole place had that old vintage looking feel!


You just want to go and look at every single item!


It was mid-morning, it was empty, but they were getting ready for lunch time.


We didn't stay to eat in there but I did enjoy looking through all of it!

You can check their Facebook page HERE.


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35 comments :

  1. Oh wow...I had no idea you had gone to Bogota! What a neat experience, and such a cool place. It would have drawn my attention too. It would have made me wonder about the life of each item...who it belonged to, and how it ended up there. So many stories in one little place. So glad you shared your pictures with us. Have a great week!

    Debbie

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  2. Thank you for the awesome photos, Cristina, of course they put a smile on my face, too! Such energy and unpretentious joy of life!

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  3. How cool is that. What a great idea. I would be mesmerized.
    Liz

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  4. yeah...hard to ignore...definitely packed with some cool stuff

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  5. It certainly has a busy feel, I would be looking around for hours. Such a neat place and great photos that you took. Thanks for sharing them.

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  6. Super "cool" place...thank you for sharing it at my party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  7. How neat! If you ever need to come visit central Texas area, go to Austin and see the Cathedral of Junk! It's pretty much the same thing... x 10 LOL

    Thank you for Sharing!

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  8. This is so junk-tstic! Love the photos. It must be fun to party there.

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  9. This place is a thrifter's dream! I love how they display all of their treasures.

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  10. It is cool Cristina, thanks for taking us on a short tour!

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  11. thanks for showing us the photos love the tables from sewing machine cabinets.

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  12. Excellent photos! Looks like such an amazing place with a lot of history! I wonder what the food would have been like?

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  13. I couldn't live with it, but it would be fun to eat there and just look around at everything.

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  14. What great pictures and your right, I'd like to spend hours in some of those places sorting through every item. Very Fun. Patti@OldThingsNew

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  15. This is so crazy! I can see why you would want to check everything out! I love places like this where there is a treasure around every corner. We went to a mountain town a while back and one store was similar to this, the walls were covered in vintage signs and amazing old things, I loved it...I should have been smart like you and taken a picture!

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  16. oh WOW! what an interesting place!! i could go there and look & try to buy it like i was yard-sale'in! but kidding aside, that is a way of keeping old stuff...

    huggies♥
    rea

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  17. Love places like that! I'd spend all day there looking at everything. It looks amazing.

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  18. Thanks for stopping over at Quirky Vistas, Cristina. I appreciate you checking out my post and leaving a comment!
    Liz

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  19. That is amazing, I've never seen such a creative use of cast aways.

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  20. I am so glad that you took us inside...What a great place...
    Blessings, Becky fromgentogen.com

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  21. What an amazing space - the colors!!!
    XOX

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  22. Looks like you could have spent all day there. I enjoyed checking out everything in your pictures. :)

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  23. Wow, what a fun place ... so much to look at!

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  24. I LOVE places like this!! Just give me a glass of wine and let me wander!
    TFS!

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  25. There is something very appealing about this restaurant--I love how it looks! How fun that you got to go to Bogota--that must have been quite an experience.

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  26. Cool place. I love the front door.

    -Angie

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  27. Wow! Interesting looking place! Love the front door. This place would provide hours of fun perusing all the items. Very cool! I would hate to be the person responsible for dusting everything!

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  28. What a great place. I would like to sit in there for a time and just look at everything.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Michel

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  29. Oh my... the outside of the building is quite something!! You're right, I just want to look!

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  30. That's a real different experience. Very busy decor.

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  31. That looks amazing.
    Not junk at all.

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  32. As they say one man's trash is another's treasure and that is so true. I love the eclectic nature of the place. I love it. I think I would spend more time looking around at everything than eating!

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  33. That is so cool! What a fun eclectic place!

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