Sue Whitney at Round Top

Sue Whitney at Round Top

One of the highlights of my trip to Round Top was meeting Sue Whitney, junk connoisseur and founder of Junk Market Style, her brand that revolves around-you guessed it-junk. Just my kind of gal! Sue was there signing copies of the new book she co-authored, Junk...
Round Top Recap #2

Round Top Recap #2

I actually did find some “serious” stuff in Round Top…everything wasn’t totally off-the-wall, as seen in my last post. The best part was the price! The total cost of all of my purchases was less than what I’d pay for a nice sofa. I think...
Unique Uses-Round Top

Unique Uses-Round Top

There’s no better place to find things that are used in a unique way than a flea market or antiques market. Round Top takes the cake! Here are some fun items I purchased while at Round Top. Some may think you have to look pretty hard to find the good qualities...
Round Top Recap #1

Round Top Recap #1

My cousin Laura and I recently visited Round Top, Texas, for the semi-annual antiques fair at both Marburger and Warrenton. I’ve always wanted to go and she lives in Dallas so we met there and drove the four hours together, along with some fun friends of hers,...
Anger Management Tree Stump

Anger Management Tree Stump

I’m not quite sure what purpose this tree stump once held. Hundreds of nails have been hammered into its top. They are so far down in the stump they form a top that’s as smooth as satin. The little stump’s final resting place is now our corporate...
Unique Uses #2

Unique Uses #2

I spotted a few other unique uses for items last week. First are these old windows grouped together in an interesting art form at Roanoke C0-Op. I love old windows and this innovative use of them suspended from the ceiling makes quite a statement. The windows could...