I am finally wrapping up my trip to Round Top and I wanted to make sure that I featured my favorite booth from the Marburger Farm’s show that I came across. My interior aesthetic is complex and I usually don’t like to buy antiques from a booth that represents one particular aesthetic. I like to find the things that I am drawn to and then create my own aesthetic from them. I found myself a bit turned off at Marburger becasue there were too many booths that were trying to sell a particular genre or look. Most of them I only connected to small portions of, but when I found prize from Kansas City, MO I got real excited. I have a thing for folk art and very random soulful objects and this booth was full of them. The merchandising was intriguing and I wished that I had a place to display every piece that he had there with him. Take a look to see why.
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