BeeLine Home, Bunny Williams' inventive new line was full of bright colors and new but classic forms. I also picked up a copy of her new book, Point of View and got it signed. YAY.
Bunny was excited about her new piece, this folding screen with photos in it. She pointed out that people have too many picture frames floating around and taking up space so why not put them into a screen?
Isn't this chair simple and beautiful? From Blue Ocean Traders. They had many impressive peices.
As you can imagine if you know me AT ALL, I was in love with these pillows with the fleur de lis on them. From Callisto Home.
Total Home really had me with all the nautical accessories. I'd LOVE to have these oars to hang on my walls.
These throws were all so warm and cuddly looking. I especially liked the ones with the chevron pattern on them. They were all made in the U.S. too! Sanford Design.
I found these prints very charming. One of many great companies from down south: Wendover Art Group.
This was another one of my fave places, Design Legacy. It had a certain whimsical quality to everything with sweet objects like this Ferris wheel or flowery fabrics.
Who doesn't love a garden gnome? These step stools were also really cute and I think they were unique as well as practical.
One of the first places I stopped at was J M Piers from North Carolina. They had even heard of Alicia B. Designs and were huge fans of the blog!
This store, Vagabond Vintage, was near perfection in my eyes. I loved the look that everything seemed to be collected.
And last but not least, the first booth I visited was Oomph! Their fun bright colors and use of Quadrille fabrics are just some of the many many reasons why I love this store.
Here are more of their fun pillows and a little 'tini table on the right.
I had a great time checking out all the new products for these vendors and meeting a lot of new people. It was obvious that everyone was here for this reason and the design enthusiasm was everywhere! I'm so glad that I went for the first time and I can't wait to go again. I'm also looking forward to what these companies have in store for us in the next year. They looked original and beautiful.