Every time the antique festivals roll around, it seems like the shows are starting earlier and earlier. But we're not complaining! With so many creative vendors and interesting venues, it gives us more time to explore the treasures that make their way to Round Top each year. With construction on our expansion progressing quickly, we have new spaces to design and fill--a perfect reason to go exploring.
We were thrilled to be mentioned for lodging and for our TRIBE event in Texas Monthly's Round Top article about the antique shows!
We made stops at as many as our favorite shows as we could and enjoyed seeing old friends and familiar faces that make Round Top special.
Marburger Farm is always one of our favorite shows. Such a wonderful range of items to explore, all curated by some of the most creative people in the business. We always leave with unique finds and full of inspiration.
Burton is just down the road from Round Top, and it is quickly becoming a shopping hot spot. Some of the stores are pop-ups, open during the shows, but Flown the Coop is open year round.
The Compound was open for its second show, and it did not disappoint.
Paul Michael Company's newest venture, Market Hill, was open for the first time this show. It's located near RVT, across from Chelsea Meadow.
In the midst of all the busyness of the shows, we hosted two events that we've been working on for many months--TRIBE and our first social media workshop, Connect + Collaborate + Cultivate.
And, of course, we are still in the middle of the construction process for the new cottage at RVT. You could say we've been a little bit busy around here! But, it's the only way we'd have it. We love all of the opportunities we've been blessed to be a part of and are so thankful our journey took us to this magical town of Round Top!
We have lots of tips for planning your next visit during the show in our RVT Guide to Round Top Antiques Week.