We bloggers (squee!) met up at the first stop: Sweet Clover Barn.
They had a tasty little breakfast spread, yumm, along with Miriam from Hometalk and Karen, the Graphics Fairy. Karen has 1000s of amazing vintage graphics for the anyone to use, even you! We got a shopping tote with directions to all the stores and some other local haunts, and we were off.
Let me tell you, Sweet Clover was incredible, I can't believe I hadn't been there before. It is a vintage and antique lovers dream: a whole barn filled with areas decorated by different dealers and designers. I took pictures of some of my favorites:
|Love the insect plates and the black color scheme.|
|Baby legs, just in time for Halloween!|
|Typewriter, I don't know why I love you!|
|Cute outside set-up, love stone buildings|
|Like how they used the bike.|
The Old Lucketts Store was the next stop, and they had the Design House opened and decorated beautifully. With a bit of wine to enjoy the settings, I took in the décor.
|I want to come home to this desk :)|
|View with a doe out the door of the Design House, jealous!|
The last stop was On a Whim and The Hummingbird's Nest, a double dose on antique fun. You can't miss On a Whim, she has painted the building and silo next door pink with black polka dots!
|The Hummingbird's Nest is the house in the foreground, |
with On a Whim in the back left painted pink with black polka dots!
I'm so glad I decided to take part in this fun event and I'll definitely be going to all these great shops again!
'Til next time :)