Our first booth to check out at The Vintage Market Place was Shambora Studios. This booth was an eye candy superstore! Everything was beautiful and gorgeously displayed.
Why is it I can take a picture and not see half of what is there? I feel like I'm seeing so many things for the first time when looking at these pictures. Now I'm wondering why I didn't buy this gorgeous memo center.
Pam did buy some beautiful earrings, handmade by the lovely shop owner.
We really enjoyed meeting and talking with Jackie. Her Etsy shop is on vacation until the show is over. I will certainly by checking it out next week.
This is the booth of Theresa of Time Worn Interiors
We had the pleasure of meeting Theresa back in the fall when she visited our booth at The Nashville Flea Market. It was a real treat to get to see her booth today!
Galvanized goodness everywhere!
Now I'm wondering why I didn't buy this beautiful old bell!
Theresa is a true artist with her displays!
These are pictures from the Barn Trash booth. They don't have a blog, but their web site is www.barntrash.com
They had gorgeous floor lamps made from old porch posts. Maybe I should say irresistible.
Every booth there was absolutely beautiful. The Vintage Market Place was a market within a large annual antique sale. While we were there, the Vintage Market Place seemed to be the busiest, which is one reason I didn't get more pictures.
Paige from Hodge Podge was there selling the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. Their booth was really hopping, and the dark wax was sold out by the time we got there!
The Vintage Market Place was a great addition this year and we're really hoping it is a permanent addition to the show!