IMG_2474En route to Houston, we stopped in  Franklin, Tennessee, for a quick visit with our farm girl daughter.  It just so happened we were there when a holiday popup show sponsored by City Farmhouse was happening which gave the daughter and me a fun way to spend some time.

IMG_2465-2To no surprise, most of the booths featured things perfect for a farmhouse country look.

There was a big emphasis on pillows for all seasons.  You can be sure the ones made with French linens were being snapped right up.

I’m crazy for pumpkins,  and these made of chenille and tartan plaids were eye catching and suitable for more than the fall season.

IMG_2446White ironstone was plentiful, and I couldn’t help but think of many blog friends who fancy it.

IMG_2440It would be a lovely accent for this pottery that reminded of classic French style.

Over the years I’ve participated in a number of shows, and this one impressed me with the cohesiveness achieved by displays complementing one another.

IMG_2470I left the show with no purchase, but when we stopped by City Farmhouse, I was sorely tempted by these Christmas trees.  Rustic, yes, but they have that whimsical aspect which suits my fancy.  

i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind

12 thoughts on “Sunday Wanderings

  1. I’m for sure one of those blog friends that fancies ironstone!!! How nice! EVERYTHING looked nice! What a fun treat during your visit! I visited Franklin, TN last year (visiting a blog friend!), and it was absolutely delightful!!! The shops and restaurants were plentiful and bursting with fabulous stuff!!!!!!! You left there with NOTHING?!?!???!? You have a much more sturdy constitution than I do, my dear!!!! Have a wonderful week!

  2. We have old wood fencing that was painted white we took down when we purchased the vinyl fencing for the horse riding arena. I wonder if the Man could make me a tree out of them. I love the look of those rustic trees too!

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