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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

The Seed Box Antiques at The Dallas Gift Market

Many of you know that I post a "shop blog" for my friends Brian and Meloney Russell of The Seed Box Antiques in Chadwick, Missouri. They don't have a brick and mortar shop any longer, but sell at many of the big events throughout the year. (Round Top, Remnants of the Past, Bottoms Up monthly sale in Kansas City, and Urban Market in Houston) They are into their third year setting up at the new area of the Dallas Gift Market for cash and carry vintage items. Here are a few photos of their space that Meloney just sent me. If you don't know them, click on over and browse through the posts. You'll find tons of great inspiration!










 Totally love this idea for Paperwhites in the cement urn.
(Pretty sure I'll be borrowing this)




Brian makes these wonderful industrial light fixtures
and specializes in some amazing zinc top tables.
If you like a shabby/vintage/industrial vibe,
you'll love their blog.


The Marketplace is still going strong,
be sure and drop back by throughout the week
to see what new links have been added.
just scroll down to the next post.


xoxo,

24 comments:

  1. Debra,
    This is some nice eye candy of treasures. I love their displays. I am going to hop over to their blog now. Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Kris

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  2. Thanks for sharing Debra I am going to hop on over for a visit!
    xx
    Anne

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  3. Oh my gosh so many pretty things!! thanks for sharing this Debra!
    Heading over to see more.

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  4. I love it all! I can really appreciate all the hard work it must have taken to set up that booth full of over the top fabulous goods... amazing! Thanks for sharing, I need to give them a visit for more inspiration, I haven't been to the site in a while. love,t.xoxox

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  5. Oh my goodness! I didn't go to market this time. But probably will the end of June. Hopefully they'll be there then? I don't want to miss them. AWESOME yummy stuff!!

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  6. Debra,
    The paperwhites caught my eye too! Beautiful displays.

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  7. Debra, glad to know where to find them. What show do they do at Round Top? Thanks, Sarah

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  8. I love the garden statues. I'll have to look for them at Bottom's Up in Kansas City.

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  9. Lots of eye candy - thanks for sharing with us!

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  10. Hi Debra, so many lovelies! I live outside of Dallas, and had no idea there was such a market! I will certainly be keeping an eye out for it next time.

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  11. Love how they designed their areas!
    Brenda

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  12. Debra
    You sure know how to leave us gals wanting more. I love their wares and the displays. So my kind of stuff.

    Have a blessed week

    xoxo
    Kate

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  13. How fun! Love those bulbs growing in the old urn...omgosh!I hope your husband is doing well, too.

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  14. I adore gorgeous displays, thank you for these!

    Hugs,

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  15. Hi Debra, Love all the lovely shop wares! I am following again, this time with my new shop name! Just linked up a few things and have your wonderful link on my sidebar! Thanks for hosting! xo Pam

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  16. Debra, I forgot to tell you: Please follow me again because (1)You can enter my giveaway and (2) You can be my blogging buddy again! xo Pam

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  17. Debra,
    Thanks for sharing those pictures. They are one of my very favorites! So original. I wish I could follow them around the country just tail gating and picking up their leftovers.
    Lisa

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  18. Oh my goodness, i would LOVE to shop there! I love love the paperwhites in the urn, and the statues are wonderful! Their whole setup is awesome!

    Cindy

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  19. Such a beautiful booth with so many gorgeous items..love the statues and urns...They have such a great sense of style, thus such wonderful merchandise!

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  20. all wonderful sweetie.

    blessings
    barb

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  21. Thanks for sharing these great pictures with us. I wish I could shop in a place like that.

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