The Country Living Fair always has the signature pumpkin and gourd totem! This year was no different....just beautiful! They even had a pumpkin cairn. This pile of fall beauty is always a major photo opportunity for everyone attending. Once again, confirming my belief of 'more is more' and 'more is better'....credo of a maximalist.
This little vignette was so precious. Not so many of these found at this event. Men are found in the outdoor lounge under the trees!
Tye dye is such a creative form of textile beauty. I happen to have a wing-ding tye dye artist just down the hall from me at Chattanooga Workspace. Just in small windows of observation I have seen a tip of the process....this is not child's play. The booth particularly decided to tye dye everything. Sweaters, plaid shirts, blue jeans, blouses, silk, underwear...just about anything. Naturally, I was drawn to the the dyed wedding gown. Fab!
As always, linens can never be over merchandised. I do love them. Back to my "maximalist" style of linens.....
A truly clever merchandiser can make any form of an item look appealing. We all know praised and desired baked goods or sweets are always a draw. This particular booth owner made all of her vintage notions and trims look like cupcakes and pastries. Absolutely scrumptious.
The whole day just made me....
Tomorrow a little insight to furniture at the fair!