We have been so busy working on the new store (!!) that I have not had much time to write. I started this post about our Round Top trip last month. We had such a good time catching up with friends, shopping for the new store, and getting inspired by others that I just had to share my photos. This picture of Bill Hillis priceless, taken on the first morning of Marburger. Do you think he was excited?!
These next few photos are from Peg & Jon's booth of French Vanilla.
These pictures were taken in the space of our dear friends, Linda & Ludmil of Willownest.
This next group is the beautiful booth of Judy & Bill Hill.
There is nothing better than fresh lavender bundles in the bedroom. I took this photo in the Carriage House Gardens booth at Marburger.
This is also their collection of crazed ironstone.
The next three photos are of the gorgeous booth of Creekside Ferns. Jeanne is from Roswell, Georgia and I just love her style and way of mixing vintage finds with contemporary fabrics and home accents. Her look is fresh and inspiring.
Spring is here! It was wonderful to see fresh plants, old terra cotta pots, and various garden decor throughout the shows. This picture is from Parkhouse Antiques.
What a collection of leather bound books!
In the following picture, these beautiful prints were created by our new friends, Kathy & Don Gross of Austin Woodhenge .
Kathy also makes one-of-a-kind jewelry and hand printed canvas bags. (We loaded up and took a few home with us!)
These next photos are from Love Train Antiques, one of my favorite vendors. They set up their gorgeous displays at the Big Red Barn. Their collection of European antiques is incredible . . . I want it all!
I have to end this post with this picture. He lives next door to the Willownest B&B and greeted us every morning and evening. I loved feeding him branches from Ludmil's neighboring tree. I think he loved it too . . .