Did you enjoy that peek at the Woodstock Market yesterday? I know many of you in this area will love it if you haven’t already been, so check it out when you get a chance. Great place to browse for treasures, consignments, and one of a kind uniques.
I’m going to highlight more of the shops I saw today in this post. It’s a BIG place!
I met JannYvette at my Open House, when she stopped by to see my house and introduce herself. She told me she had a booth space and now I got to check it out. What a great job she has done with it.
I <3 Purdy Things is her store, so check it out when you stop by there. It’s such a cute space!
Love the cow print.
I love the fact that there are so many unique shops in here, this one is set up like an old store, with so many cool old props in here. Another is going to be old hardware.
There’s something for all collectors here.
Like this old fan!
I met Laura with Rethunk Junk, who has done a great business with repurposed furniture. I had heard of her blog and she buys and sells painted furniture all the time. If you’re in the market for already painted pieces, Laura is your source.
There’s even a shop selling remnants of fabric.
More reclaimed wood walls.
This shop owner told me she reads my blog and I loved how she took this old tab top curtain and made an awning out of it. Adding the sticks to the tabs really adds so much to the look.
This space looks like an old barn.
These ladies have metal monograms that are really cute.
The store front even has a real leaded glass window.
This newly built barn door was already sold. So cute!
Loved this shop with original rustic art. The names of God are on that piece to the left.
Loved this space too!
One of the coolest pieces we saw was this old rustic farm table, that was probably 12 feet long for $500. Such a neat piece! I’m sure someone will snatch this up. Wouldn’t it be great on a large screened porch to hold everyone at mealtime?
So, that’s the end of The Woodstock Market tour! What did you think, are you going to take a peek at it for yourself? I know you’ll love it!
Nancy B says
great pictures, did you see the booth that had all the beautiful floral arrangements near the back left? very impressive!!?
Ummm…how is it that I live 20 minutes from this place and am completely unaware of its existence? Thank you soooo much for sharing!
The barnwood signs are beautifully done. Also love all of the painted furniture.
Jenny Lynn says
Well, if I lived closer I would be shopping or just hanging out admiring all the wonderful items that are in each booth. Here in Utah we have a place some what like this, it is called the Quilted Bear.
I love that big table at the end of your post.
Rhoda – Wow! Thank you for featuring our reclaimed wood art on your blog today. We LOVE creating unique pieces from old wood and are excited to be a new part of Woodstock Market. It’s an inspiring place for sure! http://www.facebook.com/beyondthemossytree
I love the way the fabric remnants were organized on the Ikea like wire shelves.
Unique Decor at Woodstock Market says
Hi Tina T. I am the one with the metal initials and would love to send you one or send you pictures of the initial you would need. Just email me at [email protected] or Facebook me at Unique Decor at Woodstock Market. Thank you so much Ronda at Southern Hospitality! Love your blog.
I love Rethunk Junk! My sister and I have purchased several pieces from her in the past few years and Laura does great work. I’m glad to see that you featured her. I love the other booths as well. I hope to check out everything soon!
Love , love, love all the pictures from Woodstock Market. I am planning a trip as we speak. Thank you for introducing this to all of us.
Linda Coleman says
Love it! Next time I’m in Atlanta I will check it out!
I was just there a few weeks ago and it is amazing how much has changed and how different it looks through your camera’s eye! You caught alot of detail that I missed just browsing through. I like that tab-top curtain-turned awning.
Wow…this place IS huge!! What cool looking stuff!!