Make plans to attend!
Our first day at The Vintage Marketplace is complete, so I thought I’d give you some incentive to come see us—as if you need some encouragement.
Some pictures of our booth. We’re here to represent Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, so we brought a cross-section of items we’ve transformed with this wonderful product.
And then, a few other vendors:
This is the Time Worn Interiors booth—it’s talented owner, Theresa Smith, seen in the picture below with her husband, Craig, who pieces together a lot of the industrial items you see, although I understand that Theresa is rather handy with the welding torch, too.
Lavender & Old Lace has beautiful linen recreations. Donna Shannon uses old linens to create beautiful clothing and home accessories.
Then you can wander over to visit with Jackie at Shambora Studios. She has the most imaginative displays and the easiest disposition! You will enjoy visiting with her.
Then—oh my, oh my—Kim Boyd-Hughs of Bungalow has the most amazing vintage furnishings AND the fabulously feminine attire from Magnolia Pearl
Here’s Sue Whitney’s display—she gathered items from all of the participants.
And then, oh, then, you must peruse the Recycled Recreations booth of Erika Cady. Beautiful jewelry made from found objects. I feel sure I won’t be able to leave without a piece.
But across from our booth, the entire event, we have been delighted with the ever changing display of Urban Farmhouse. I have been following her blog for years. What a delight to finally meet her!
I hope if you have some time today that you will visit us in Hendersonville, TN at The Vintage Marketplace.
Thanks for your indulgence!