Massachusetts has Brimfield in the spring and fall. Texas has Round Top, and it’s big just like Texas! Unless you plan on spending the week there, it’s impossible to take it all in.
I go for one day, mainly to take a few photos and see what catches my eye. This time I focused on Marburger, one of the most popular venues.
TWalking through the various exhibits, I was overwhelmed by the amount of stuff and couldn’t help but wonder how much of it finds a home.
Wandering from booth to booth, it was impossible not to think of many of you whose style is French
or farmhouse country.
If you are among those who enjoy Texas style, there’s no question you’d have found plenty of accessories.
Others of you would have found something clever to do with such a piece as this
and I know those with a sense of fun would have found a special treasure here for a guest room.
Some of your kitchens would be perfect for a beautiful collection of copper pots
and others of you would be tempted by lovely pieces for the table.
For the gardeners among you, there was plenty here
and if for some reason you were looking for a pair of cowboy boots, this would be the right place!
For those, like me, whose taste runs to the eclectic
or whimsical there’s something for you, too.
I especially liked these unique fly catchers which would have been fun additions to a table with candles or flowers. Had they not been $150 each they would have come home with me.
Well, this doesn’t even begin to show you all I saw, but I’ll save the rest for another day.
i so appreciate your visit and especially the comments you leave behind