Each season Junkin Buddy and I adventure out early to check out the Marburger Farms Antique Show and see our friends. Well this year, Lisa joined us. There are so many talented vendors in the shows and of course here was no exception.
One of the first person we started with was Ms. Judy Hill. I've seen so many blogs that featured her space during this show and each one has captured her things so beautifully. Judy just has a way of taking ordinary things and displaying them in such a spectacular way.
Next on the list of Marburger must see's was Theresa's space. Now she has a way with taking something different and marrying it with another piece. Craig's pretty handy too! They make great tables that originally may not have started out together and the benches he makes from beds are just beautiful:
Here's Terri. She has such a creative eye. She'll take bits and pieces and make them into works of art. Look at all the great botanical prints in the background:
Next on our list of must sees was Ms. Sweet Pea Shelly and Rex. Shelly's take on decorating is always so pretty. Look at all the shaving mirrors, which I love because you can group them together or they can stand alone for a statement:
We were on to see Ms. Linda of Willow's Nest. This was her first time at Marburger and from what I can tell she was well received. Linda always adds her magical touch to her booth:
And on to see Ms. Peg and Jon of French Vanilla. What can I say about Peg, well, I'll just let the pictures tell the story. She travels all around and finds the coolest things:
This was Mo's space of Rubbish:
And, last but not least was Robin of Magnolia Pearl. I found another pretty shirt with her, such works of art:
Hope you enjoyed Marburger and will make plans to attend in the Fall if you've never been. It's a real treat to come to this show.