That man of mine! He actually went to the infamous Magnolia Market while in Texas recently!
I asked him to look on the map and see if he
was near Waco. Turns out his hotel was only
an hour and a half away. So off he went!
I love the pictures he took so I could almost be there, too.
How fun is this green vintage car?
And speaking of green...
there was plenty of it in the displays.
There were oodles of home decorating pieces and ideas!!!!
Lighting, a key element in decorating.
Love the display tables .... nothing like good 'ol chippy metal and sturdy wood tops. Great inspiration
for my Hubby to see... he was getting new
project ideas for our vintage shop.
Here are some faux flowers to bring
soft pastels into the mix.
There were unique items... yes, mostly made in China
as the hubby told me... but the fun "Fixer Upper"
style was readily available for the consumer
to use in their own homes.
Look at the general store style drawers on this display piece. Love it!
He said there was a garden outside where real plants/flowers were grown. Here is
where you can pick them up! The sign
is just awesome too. Joanna Gaines
has such clean lines and simplicity to
her décor and it works so well!
Awww.... "a must have flowers always and always"
Love the candlesticks.
I love these wall words and I sell them
in my shop, too, in black. There is a local
vendor mall where I get mine. Hubby
said mine were priced a lot lower!
Well, when you have your own hit TV
show, you can charge more!
And not to forget the men... my hubby liked "CHIP'S CORNER" a lot! T-Shirts and hats, industrial stuff,
the shelving made just like they create on the show.
So, of course, he did a little bit of shopping.
Brought Bebe and I back some souvenirs like
T-shirts and a really cool laser cut
wall art piece... just like "Jimmy Don" makes!
I think they are actually made in the USA
by Jimmy Don himself. I'll try to get a photo
of it soon. For now, I've got my own
shop to tend to, totally inspired now!
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