Sunday, October 24, 2010

Country Living Fair Inspiration

I was so inspired at the Country Living Fair on Friday. The day started with getting to meet Sue Whitney, one of the junk market ladies. She was so nice and is the editor of Country Gardens magazine now. I must start getting that one. I love her style!
She did a demonstration on setting a harvest table "junk market style". This is her table that she was working on.

The booths were amazing and filled with inspiration. Sit back and enjoy some of them...
















I am loving this cool, unique lighting!


These chairs sold for around $1200 and were flying out of this booth. No, I did not get one.










It was such a fun day and I hope they come back to the South next year. I will show you my finds later. I am so excited about them! Happy Monday.
I am linking up to Life Made Lovely Monday at Blessed Little Nest. Go over and check out all the other lovely inspiration!













8 comments:

emilyc @ Sew Super Sweet said...

This fair looks dreamy! I cannot wait to see your finds!

And thanks so much for the nice comments on my child aprons!! Right now I only have those three listed on Etsy for the custom order, but I will have a few more listed this weekend and if you are interested I would be happy to make one for you! I have several other really cute flannels for both boys and girls and I would be happy to email you some pics of my other fabric choices if you are interested.

Thanks again for stopping by Sew Super Sweet!!

Jen~ Lipstick and Laundry said...

One word... LUCKY...

April@gingerbreadgirl said...

I want to go here...I am in love....

Cindy Swanson said...

Absolutely love your pictures! The taupe-and-white bedroom is my favorite...and being crazy about all-things-French, I love the Fleur-de-Lis chairs.

Come visit my Life Made Lovely entry when you can!

Heather at Blessed Little Nest said...

i have another word...jealous. next time will you take me? it looks like so much fun and i'm so glad you got to go and enjoy it. i'm also glad that you linked up! :)

Erin Butson said...

Oh my, this looks like so much fun. so creative, so inspiring!

Secret Garden Cottage said...

You're so lucky to get to go to the Country Living Fair! It looks like it was really fabulous! How fun to get to meet Sue Whitney. Look forward to seeing all of your finds, especially that gate you told me about on your visit to my blog!
~ Jo :)

carlisle clan conversation... said...

wow, how fun is that! ps totally stealing the planted with fork idea from your header...love it!