Monday, April 11, 2011

LET'S COMMENCE THE DROOLIN' PART DEUX

Tent H at Marburger Farms is home to a treasure trove of talent... It's where you'll find my booth as well as many of my dearest compadres. Hope you kept your bibs from yesterday cause it's time for more droolin'...

First up is TOT (Time Worn Interiors). She and her hubs Craig put together a fabulous booth full of industrial treasure.





Next we have Lauri from Lauri Evans Designs. Her booth is a mix of romance and rustic, a look I adore.
 




Alice and Jay's booth blew us all away with these fabulous bathtub chaises. Could you die?



 
My bestie Carla did a gorgeous job painting some pieces and to no surprise they all sold...




Franklin and Donna bring some of the best primitives I've ever seen and we were so glad they were back this time. Check out that old couch, one of my favs at the whole show! Very RL don't you think?






And finally Peg and John VanDyne better known as French Vanilla... Get ready cause I'm gonna hurt ya with this one...







Did I lie? Have you had to change your shirt yet? Go on, take another look...

Dare ya.

29 comments:

d. reyné said...

Hi Sweetie!
It looks like it was an another amazing event! I always love seeing all of the talented vendors and the wares they brought. But it's the vignettes themselves that sell it for me. The creativity is astounding!
Have a wonderful week!
Hugs,
Donna

trash talk said...

My shirt isn't what needs changing...it's my britches!
Debbie

Theresa said...

oh my gosh... the talent in Texas is out of this world! so many beautiful treasures, I don't know if I could pick a favorite! My daughter has a cast iron tub chaise in her inspiration files and has asked many, many people if they think they can make it. Unfortunately she has not come across anyone with that kind of talent! Thank you for sharing all of your wonderful pictures... I am inspired... and drooling! xoxo

Sue (Vintage Rescue) said...

So true that Tent H is the bomb! I'm glad you snapped pix, because most of those items were gone by the day I came!

Vintage Gal said...

Oh my gosh ~ give me a heads up next time and I'll wear a bib ;-) drool....droool....

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

OMG I can't believe all of the talent you have photographed!!!I am in love with each and every photo;)
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

High Street Cottage said...

Some very creative venders! Those deep brown chipped dressers looked wonderful!

Gracie's Cottage said...

....sigh, drool, wipe, repeat...

A-mazin!

Jan

One Shabby Old House said...

Did you hear me slip in my drool or the sound of me kicking myself for not going? Great booths. I think it is really something that you girls are setting the trends for designers like RL and Ballard and Pottery Barn and now even Ethan Allen. I think they should pay you royalties don't you?

A Thing for Roses said...

Yep, I'm a droolin! Gorgeousness galore! Your pictures are inspiring me to get busy on my own treasures hanging out on my front porch, and in my garage. Once of these days I'm going to make it to Texas so I can see all this beauty up close and personal.
XO,
Lisa

Amy said...

i am just in love with the dark primitive booth. That really stood out from all the rest.
Amy

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Thank You! Oh, that was sooo much fun! What great unique items, bath tub chase oh my!!

Carol

BECKY said...

Sooo drool worthy!! :o) I don't know if I could even handle being there and seeing it all. I would definitely be on sensory overload!! It's hard for me to handle the Renninger's Extravaganzas!!! I love it, but know I never see everything!!
Thanks for sharing, gal!
Leaving with a smile,
Becky

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

Simply stunning!
Expect me in Tent H next time, absolutely!

Olde Tyme Marketplace said...

Seriously I can't take all these pics anymore! I'm dehydrated already!!!
All I can say is AMAZING! I would be BROKE!
Beth

Rachel Noelle said...

Drooling...;) Thanks for sharing~ Hugs,Rachel

French Farmhouse 425

Dorthe said...

Oh you lucky folks,over there--I can`t believe it is possibly to see so much beauty, in one place--thank`s for letting me- nordic girl, have a look ,too.
XO,Dorthe

FRENCH LAUNDRY said...

Yep, you're killin' me. AGAIN! SIGH....

Hugs,
Judy

Pattie said...

Where does one start? I would have bought everything... I wish there where flea Markets like this in Indy....

Pattie

Tammy said...

Everything I've seen from this Texas Show has been amazing! I don't know how you do it as a vendor...I couldn't stay in my space if I was there!! So great! Thanks for sharing all these great pics!
Tammy :-)
JUNK WILD

time worn interiors said...

I wanna go back! 6 mons. is a long time!
Theresa
aka:tot

A Cottage Muse said...

Sigh...I drooled so much I think I am dehydrated!!

Roberta said...

I'm already planning to go back next year and will get there on opening day! Donna is from my neck of the woods and we are lucky to have great primitive shows here, but Round Top definitely had a more European flavor and, as you're showing, over-the-top beautiful booths.
~Roberta

Faded Charm said...

Thanks for the drool party Shelley....I guess it is the next best thing:) Great photos!

xoxo
Kathleen

Passionate for White said...

Oh I was drooling for sure....still am!

The Robin and Sparrow said...

Oh my, I was hoppin' down the blogging trail and found your little nook in the world. How beautiful those booths are! I wish you were in Oregon!

Chrisy's Cottage said...

Oh to some day make it to Roundtop. Thank you for the drooling tour. I'm SOOO Inspired.Love your blog. Thanks Chrisy's Cottage

Lauri Evans said...

Thanks Shelley, for the shout out, you are always so sweet to me. I really enjoyed the show this time. Loved seeing you guys. your photos are great...lauri

Gypsy Brocante said...

AMAZING ... and drooling ... frothing and foaming more like it!

xo
Jill

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