My sister and I drove down for just one day to The Country Living Fair in Atlanta. We had beautiful weather and even though it was a lot of driving to pack into two days (it’s about 4.5 hours each way) – I would call it worth it.
I wish I could have done more actual shopping, but I did come away with an adorable necklace, which my four-year old promptly broke – so I can’t show that. Side note: Why don’t I learn?! She asks to wear my necklaces and I somehow fool myself into thinking she’ll be careful with them. Just. Say. No.
Anyway – here are some photos from the event. If anyone recognizes any of the goods and wants to tell me who makes it – I would love to give them credit and link to them. I was a little disorganized and slack with my photo taking and note taking…
My sister said this was "gordgeous". She's funny like that.
I love this little laundry sacks - they were frames with slipcover/bags... you could just pull the bag up off the frame and head to the laundry room. Clever!
How sweet is this little desk?! Some days I think I would like to move to the woods and live in a cabin and homeschool my kids - and they would sit at a little desk like this. sigh.
I actually was smart enough to capture the name of this booth. Happy Chair! She had the most awesome reupohlstered furniture!
Beauty - everywhere you looked.
These flowers were made with old patterns.
I thought this branch with tissue paper flowers was such a great idea for a classy and colorful decoration for a party or whatever.
My sister and her dog who went along with us. She spent the day in a Country Living tote bag.
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