Welcome back! This week we are featuring the quaint, cowboy boot filled shop that sits on the corner of Rummel Square, Townsend Provisions. They feature "thoughtfully curated vintage finds" that are just that and so much more.
The shop is in an old judge's office that was moved from New Ulm and nestled next to one of Round Top's oldest Live Oak Trees. They are neighbors with The Garden Company, perfect for perusing after a delicious meal on their back patio.
The character of the old building is only amplified by the styling of Ryann Ford, one half of Townsend Provisions. Along with her husband Nick Mosley, they personally select and source everything they sell. Most businesses in Round Top, we have found, are labors of love. Their proprietors love what they do so much, that they simply had to share it with the world and we count ourselves as lucky that so many wonderful people find themselves doing so in #RTTX!
Their boot collection, started by Nick's mom Linda ten years ago, is sure to please even the pickiest boot connoisseur.
In addition to styling the store in a fashion that makes you want to buy everything, literally, all the things, Ryan recently published her first book, The Last Stop - Vanishing Rest Stops of the American Roadside. The book is filled with images she took while traveling the country and they are stunning.
Townsend Provisions got its name from Round Top actually; little known fact, Round Top was known as Townsend first, after early settler, Nathaniel Townsend. The shop evokes all things #RTTX and we feel so lucky that Ryann and Nick love this little town as much as we do. Stop on by and check out their charming outpost, you won't be sorry you did.