If you’re an antique lover, you’ve undoubtedly heard of —and maybe even attended— Round Top Antiques Week. The Original round top antiques fair is the show that started the shopping extravaganza, and is held biannually in the spring and fall with the most recent installment happening right now, from March 27th to April 1st.
The fair, held in the small Texan town of Round Top, is celebrating 49 years. The wide array of antique and vintage options range from flea market items to boutique clothing to bigger interior decor pieces. There’s even a dining tent! The event is a must-see for any design lovers, but if you can’t make it this season be sure to catch the fall fair, scheduled for September 25th- 30th. In the meantime, here are some of our favorite ‘grams from the spring edition to give you some serious design inspo.
Stylist emily henderson has impeccable design taste, so we’re not surprised that she discovered this gorgeous cabinet. The pale blue color will make a subdued statement in a room without overpowering your space.
You don’t need to buy a big piece of furniture to switch up the decor of a room. These printed pillows add the perfect finishing touch to a corner.
These cool round mirrors and hanging lights are a great way to spice up a bland wall.
These chairs are in such good condition you’d never be able to tell they’re second-hand (also, peep the mirror in the background for a matching accent piece).
These antique pitchers are the ideal table toppers. You can fill them with your favorite flowers to bring a seasonal element to your dining room, but they’re also equally striking just standing alone.
We’re getting serious beachy vibes from this hanging swing! Whether or not you’ll actually be making it seaside this summer, it brings the oceanfront to your home.
This blogger mixed her vintage finds with the modern dinnerware she already had, for an effortless mashup of new and old styles.
The rustic white wood on this table is vintage perfection. It would make for a great centerpiece for a dining room, especially when paired with the space-saving bench pictured here.
It might be a little hard to transport this gazebo, but you can mimic the design at home by purchasing some potted plants and outdoor hanging lights for your patio space. It’s sure to come in handy for summer evenings.
This stack of old suitcases is equal parts chic and practical. Store any unwanted clutter in them to clean up your space in style.
Here’s a fun plant storage tip you can easily DIY: scour your local thrift store for some old drawers, then use them to house your potted greens.
These old galvanized buckets make for some uber-stylish outdoor storage.
Everything, from the blue shutters to the French-inspired marble planters, is vintage perfection.
This door, with chipped paint, would look beautiful propped against a wall in efforts to incorporate a country motif into a space.