The past 10 days at Marburger Farm were just what I hoped they would be. It was intimidating and inspiring and so much work! I am so thankful I had the opportunity. I took a few pictures to share with everyone that couldn’t make it to Round Top during Antique Week.
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Here is a shot from just inside the gate on opening day. After 5 days of set up I was so excited and nervous about letting customers in. I love getting to the show early and taking it all in. The tents are a peaceful place before the sun rises and they fill with people.
Round Top, Texas is such a special place.
Look at that happy girl! This was opening day just before the bell rang. It was so fun to see all of the customers lining up and ready to shop. Check out the #Marburger tag for lots of fun pictures.
And here is my booth on opening day. I worked so hard on this space and it paid off when the table sold before lunch! My lady is there in the background. I made her skirt to display vintage hankies. She was a big hit with everyone.
Gotta love a SOLD tag!
Here is the other side of my space. I packed a lot in to my space.
This big beautiful piece sold as well.
I had so much fun setting the table with the set of vintage Limoges, my amber glasses, all the assorted silverware and a two tone plate to top it all off.
My favorite little vignettes from this show were the ones I created inside my vintage copper pots.
Look at all the brass, perfect for fall.
A french scale with brass horse bookends was an eye catcher.
This stack of blue and white was so pretty, and a couple of pieces sold before the show even opened.
Another show stopper, my succulents in a tea cup. If you need a hostess gift then this is such a fun little option!
One more little corner of goodness tucked away.
Decorating for fall really is so fun, look at that pop of orange with mid century blue and white.
These mugs were made in England and are a more generous size than most vintage pieces.
I did very little shopping while out in Round Top, but I did find this sweet little kite from Brazil.
I wasn’t able to take pictures of any other vendors, but this is the display across from me. I did come home with something in this picture. Can you guess which piece? I will be sharing everything I bought next week.
And here is the sunset on closing day. It was gorgeous and a fitting end to an amazing show. I met so many great people, dealers and shoppers. I learned so much about the business, about design, and about what I am capable of. God moved in a big way for this to happen and he was with me through the whole thing. I am already working on ideas for the next show, March 28-April 1. Make plans now!
My next show will be right here in Spring, Texas at the Gypsy Market, October 20-22. I love this close to home show and I will be bringing some really fun treasures to share.