Sunday, October 16, 2011

Latest News from the Seed Box Antiques

I ran into Brian and Meloney last Friday afternoon at Relics and was able to catch up with them on what they're up to for the rest of the year. This coming weekend they will be heading to Houston, Texas to be a part of  Urban Market on Saturday October 23. Then in early November they will be a guest dealer at one of their friend's Bed and Breakfast's Christmas Open House which is near Branson, Missouri. More coming on that show with location, dates and times.

Here are a few photos Meloney sent from her phone
of their space at Round Top.

Brian and Meloney, The Seed Box Antiques

For those of you who don't know, I do their Shop Blog for them. They don't have a storefront at this time, but  have been selling antiques at many of the great shows for years. They live in Chadwick, Missouri which is in the wonderful Ozark Hills so Internet is touchy there at the homefront. Hope you'll take a minute and click over to their blog. I try to keep up with all their latest news and photos. 

Hope you'll drop by their blog and get to know them.
Browse their Open House posts for some great Inspiration
and check out the Garden House that Brian built last year. 

See ya back over here later this evening with my
Outdoor Fall Tablescape.


  1. I love the industrial look, and all the creative ideas. I'm very familiar with their style. Love it.

  2. You do such a great job! I want to take it all home with me... I am really getting into the industrial look! Do they ship?

  3. Debra,
    I adore their choice of industrial items and subdued hues in their booth. The ones I stand and drool over at shows and Antique Malls are very similar in style and color. You do an amazing job for their blog! Thank you for all the inspiration!

  4. They are such a nice couple... glad to hear they are doing well!!!
    Barb C.

  5. Debra that pumpkin is FANTASTIC-and love the pictures-from those two creative peoples shop and home .
    It is a wonderful place.Thanks for taking me along, dear Debra!
    Hugs Dorthe


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