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Ripe Design

Our featured seller, Kim and Tim  of Ripe Design bring their true American East coast meets West coast style to the Long Beach Antique Market.

Painting, creating, and getting her hands dirty has always been Kim's passion. After finishing design school she realized she wanted to have her own design company. She went to business school, and right before graduation she met Tim, who also shared the same interest. 
Tim Frost grew up in New England, building tree houses as a child. He had a very hands on, craftsman upbringing that would mold him into the designer he is today. He went to business school in Vermont to be able to one day open his own company. Here’s their story and a sneak preview of  of some of the cool items they will be bringing to the Long Beach Flea Market , Sunday, May 17. 


How did you get started with Ripe Designs?

Ripe Designs came about in 2012 when searching for unique & vintage items for our home. We quickly grew a passion for discovering hidden treasures and the characters of which they came from. Kim and Tim come together to form Ripe Designs, Restore Into a Positive Existence. 

What makes Ripe Designs unique?

Ripe Designs stands apart because of our eclectic style that blends designs that are not commonly showcased together, giving our customers more options for their own space. Our goal is to transform the once forgotten, and create pieces someone will be proud to display. We always strive to produce statement pieces that catch your eye and spark conversation. 

What can our customers expect to find?

An ever-changing inventory of wonderful treasures that tell a story of the past. We always make an effort to price our products very compeitiviely. Although we feel that our attitude and shop are always inviting, what's better than great pieces AND great prices?! Please stop by for a visit and say hi!


Meet  Kim and Tim in their new Permanent space Sunday May 17 ; visit their website at http://www.ripedesignsca.com/ ; and connect with them on Instagram @ripedesigns 



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Rewind - A Look at The Last Show


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Cheap, chic, unique & vintage!!!  Bargains and more! The Sunday April 19 event featured hundreds of sellers of antique and repurposed furniture, vintage clothing, collectibles, estate and fine jewelry and vintage finds from all over the country and many parts of the world. Thank you to all our customers and sellers for making this a great showTo see when our next event is click here.





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Special Sale

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More than 650 sellers from as far away as Arizona ,Texas, Utah and Florida with a wide variety of unique vintage collectibles. Keep a look out for merchandise never featured before at the Long Beach Flea Market. There'll be many new sellers liquidating their personal collections as well as their grandparent's household contents. 

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Free Pass Winners - Sunday April 19

A big congratulations to our Instagram Winners and Our Monthly Facebook Contest Winners!  
Here are the randomly selected winners

Facebook Winners

  1. Buday Joann
  2. Camacho Denae
  3. Clark Stephan
  4. Freels Larry
  5. Gaytan Angela
  6. Hills Stephani Susan
  7. Lopez Carina
  8. McInnis Kander
  9. Ramirez Saul
  10. Valdez Stephanie

Instagram Winners
  1. Corby Kevin @kevincorby
  2. Dennis Chelsea @chelseaden
  3. Fabiola Alexis @alexis_fabiola
  4. Garcia Nadien @nadiengee
  5. Goodman Kevin @kgoood
  6. Maddox Josie @getbackjojo
  7. Martinez Carmen @darlingcarmen
  8. Mora Hector @hectorrmora
  9. White Erika @erikamwhite
  10. Williams Gretchen @g_roaster

*Winners please collect your  free passes at the front entrance gate. Please bring a photo id since the pass has your name on it.


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