One of my favorite things about Marburger Farm Antique Show is I feel like I get an inside view of what trends are taking place in the designer world.
Marburger is a show for everyone and though it focuses on functional, stylish, interior design antique pieces, you will see everything from jewelry, to linens, to statement furniture.
As I walked the countless isles looking at the magnificent booths, I saw the classic pieces that never seem to go out of style but as I looked a little deeper I spotted a sprinkling of something throughout the booths that may just be a trend resurfacing. It’s one we’ve seen in the past but this time around it has a bit of a different approach.
I saw many Native American pieces that were incredible. Not only are these objects works of art themselves, they are also a statement of our history and I can’t help but be stopped in my tracks when I see Native American influence.
I saw huge statement pieces in tent B
and this guy leading the way into Marburger Farm.
I saw pieces of gorgeous jewelry in Caliente Cowgirl’s booth (I’ll take ten of those turquoise bracelets, please)
and even one of our contemporary artists, Dolan Geiman, payed tribute.
I can’t wait to share other goodies I spotted at the show. And if Native American style comes back with a vengence, I’ll just need a tiny shout out for breaking the news…
Our next show is April 1-5, 2014. You have exactly 170 days to figure out how you’re gettin’ to Round Top, Texas.