Wandawega Kitchen Collections

Elkhorn, Wisconsin
09.14.2011 | by: Meghan


I think I’ve gushed sufficiently about Camp Wandawega that you ought know what it is by now: a sprawling, super creative camp in Wisconsin with a rustic lodge, old hotel (once used for the sake of the country’s oldest female occupation), boy scout tent, outdoor chapel (the place was also previously a Latvian summer camp), modern treehouse built by some of Chicago’s most creative woodworkers, and a few highly adorable cottages along the sparkling lake. If you can’t get enough of the fantastic, flea market-sourced interiors, owner Tereasa Surratt’s brand-new book Found Free & Flea is filled with many of her endless collections from around the property–fishing lures found on the grounds, vintage life vests, antique sporting equipment, old metal lanterns, and my favorite (pictured), beautiful, old cooking and baking tools.

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2 Comments on “Wandawega Kitchen Collections”

  1. you can never have too many collections 🙂

     

  2. Looks like stuff we’re still using in our kitchen. Great.

     

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