"My goal is to inspire and connect people
who share my passion for all things vintage."
As the original "junk lady," Ki has been dubbed the "Martha Stewart of vintage" and "America's most famous junker" in extensive media coverage from sources as varied as the The Wall Street Journal, HGTV and the Today Show to America Now News, which featured her work in a series of online videos and TV segments. She has crafted a career from junk since 1999, scouring flea markets, salvage yards and the occasional street-side pile of castoffs for materials to create tastefully inventive furniture and beautiful decorative accessories... Read the full bio >
Established in 2006, Junk Bonanza showcases 160 juried vendors who gather to retail their flea market goods, vintage treasures, antique finds and artisan re-purposed items. Held indoors, the Bonanza unites vintage lovers with some of the nation's top purveyors of spectacularly styled goods. Watch the video!
Flea Market Style magazine pleases every style palate by exploring the wide range of vintage-inspired design -- from primitive and midcentury modern to European, modern farmhouse and industrial. Each issue showcases stunning home tours, profiles of style makers, quick and easy DIY projects, expert tips on collecting and antiquing, and fresh entertaining ideas.
In addition to producing Junk Bonanza and co-editing Flea Market Style magazine, Ki appears at flea markets and vintage events across the country. Want Ki at your event? Contact us for more info!