Garage Sale Trail queen returns with more vintage items

d496134a The Picker Concept owner Gabrielle Nuich was crowned Queen of the Garage Sale Trail last year and is again holding a sale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
d496134a The Picker Concept owner Gabrielle Nuich was crowned Queen of the Garage Sale Trail last year and is again holding a sale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

GABRIELLE Nuich relishes being a champion of sustainability.

The Hilton resident is taking part in her sixth Garage Sale Trail on Sunday, October 20 at her studio The Picker Concept on Murphy Street in O’Connor.

Ms Nuich’s stall was crowned as the best in WA and second-best nationally at last year’s trail.

“I’m so excited to take part in my sixth trail, I got started after I saw the idea in an advertisement before it was marketed like it is now,” she said.

“It was before I had my proper business but I had lots of people coming through to my house to find something they loved.

d496134e The Picker Concept owner Gabrielle Nuich. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

People can expect vintage furniture, homewares, clothing, books and vinyl along with free cake and coffee at Ms Nuich’s sale.

“I love all mid-century stuff, I look for cool and quirky furniture, books and artworks,” she said.

“I find my items from op-shops, garage sales, swap meets and markets.

“I think it’s better to fix things then it going to landfill because that’s not good for the environment.”

Ms Nuich is also taking part in the Garage Sale Trail at the Stackwood Creative Space on Saturday, October 19 between 8am and 11am.