Roundtop-Marburger Antiques Show {Part Trois}: Vintage Linens

I’m so sorry, I’ve been so MIA lately, just got back from a mini-trip to NYC. Of course, there’ll be pictures to share of that one.

I hope you don’t get tired of this series, but I’m not done yet with sharing our Roundtop-Marburger excursion. This time, it’s all about vintage European linens {again, you’ll hear me & my friend gasping in the background}.In my fantasy world, I’ll have a four-poster wrought-iron bed, 3 sets of monogrammed pillows & shams, vintage accent pillows {round,square & bolster}, vintage linens & coverlets. These images certainly conjured a dreamy sleep experience.

It’s European linens, Hungarian pillows & mattresses & layers of vintage linen & lace.
A monogrammed headboard? Yes, I want that too!
And an armoire of more gorgeous fabrics & textiles? I want one, please…
It’s a bad image but look at the absolutely stunning vintage lace as tapestry!
If you’re ever in Roundtop, this shop is a must-see. It’s the No. 1 retailer of European vintage fabrics in America, Pandora de Balthazar.
We were in the car again, ready to call it a day until we spotted these Burlap & Linen pillows.
Just fabric…hmmm, they can be throw pillow covers, wall art, upholstery fabric, indoor rug, lamp shade fabric,memo board covers…ahhh, all the possibilities!
I really can’t decide which ones to get, but can you blame me? {Ok, don’t laugh about the round band-aid on my left knee, I sustained a wound while on this excursion, got too close to those vintage case goods}.
Hello by the way to the new followers, I haven’t had this many followers before! It’s so exciting! I hope, the future posts won’t disappoint. And much thanks to Kristen of While Were Waiting for luring all of you in my little world 🙂

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Details are my passion. From curating vignettes to designing spaces. I thrive in finding the finds and just discovered the art of collecting...all while sipping on a cafe au lait & a french macaroon in hand.

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