This was my first introduction to the beautiful products available through Hammertown Barn, as well as my first time attending the fair (this was also its first year in Rhinebeck, NY). Meagan did a fantastic job with the booth, and on the second day we opened the divider between the Hammertown/Fiddlehead booth to sort of combine spaces with our booth neighbor Lisa, of Lisa Bates Design.
Mini Greenhouse and french lavender. Fiddlehead Farm.
Swedish sea-soaps, Turkish towels and luxurious scarves. Hammertown Barn.
Antique gardening bench, teacup cake topper. Fiddlehead Farm.
Antique Clothespins and linens, Lisa Bates Design.
Antique glass bottles with hand-crafted toppers, made using vintage glass chandelier crystals. Fiddlehead Farm,
Tin tray and a collection of vintage photographs. Lisa Bates Design.
Meagan and me, smiley on the second day:) What an incredible atmosphere. I had the chance to meet so many wonderful people... excited customers from all over the world, amazing vendors, as well as the editors of magazines I love. We had Benjamin Ashby of Folk magazine , as well as Emily Henderson of HGTV's Secrets from a Stylist stop by the booth (eek!) I even saw the Fabulous Beekman Boys. It was an inspiring couple of days for me, and left me feeling completely re-energized on a creative level.
I can't wait to share some of my other favorite booths with you here tomorrow!!
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