I am wishing for a real feeling of fall here in California, it has been so warm. I love the beautiful colors that even that creates, but it is not quite like cool mornings and snuggling up. I am ready to wear boots and scarves and snuggly things!
Rusty Clover was one of my favorite booths at the show, I purchased the most amazing vintage mirror from them for my collage. Their booth was full of all kinds of goodies, something for just about everyone.
Another favorite was Melissa Blue, her display was beyond amazing. It makes me wish I could live in a place piled high with vintage and no need to use anything. I think by far one of the best styled booths I have seen in a long time.
It is always great to see Blue Canoe, they are a husband and wife team that do the most amazing job collecting fantastic pieces from all around. I was excited to see that they had the Olive buckets too!
My newest favorite is House Wren! I fell for the re-purposed lighting and furnishings. I picked up a couple of fixtures for a project that I am working on. They are so perfect I cannot wait to see them in the space. The styling in their space was so well done and the great mix of industrial and natural pieces was perfect.
I hope you enjoyed a little peek at the fall Remnants of the Past show. I had a great time at the show and only wish I could have spent more time!
We had a wonderful fall weekend on our visit to the Central Coast. It makes me so happy to spend a little bit of time in the country. There is always a lot to see and many places to stop. We like to visit as many places as possible, this time we squeezed in at least 3 days worth of activity into one and a half. These sweet big guys were just outside the entrance to Remnants of the Past. I love horses, such beautiful animals!
We managed to get to the Avila Barn to pick up some pumpkin bread and other goodies, the See Canyon apple farm for pumpkins and the yummiest apples, as well as the show and food in San Luis Obispo. Tomorrow I will show you all the fun we had at the show....
I am completely feeling fall this week, it has finally started to cool off here in Southern Cal., for a few days anyway. I want to drink hot tea, write in a journal and do it all in front of a warm cozy fireplace. But alas, the house is pulled apart, I have no stove to heat water on and no time to rest, so can you enjoy it for me? Wishing you a wonderful weekend!