Pictures from the Country Living Fair Atlanta 2013 (Part 1)

Ever read Country Living Magazine? Well, if you have, you know that a couple of times a year, the magazine hosts a fair with vendors who sell incredible home decor items.

My mother in law happened to mention that she was supposed to go to the Country Living Fair in Atlanta with her sisters, but the trip fell through. My family and I were scheduled to go to Atlanta for a Halloween party and it happened to be that SAME weekend. Serendipity! So we went a little early and I got a few minutes to look around while my husband took the kids to do something else.

Since my mother in law couldn’t go, I decided to snap a whole bunch of pictures to capture the feel of it for her. And then it occurred to me that you all might like the pictures, too. These were taken with my phone. Here’s the first batch of pictures.

Country_Living_Fair_Atlanta_2013_Pictures I had a great time! I was one happy girl.

country_living_fair_images_atanta_2013 Rustic giant clock face.

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Map-print fabric.

counry_living_atlanta These pictures (below) are from the Mary Gregory Studio, Ltd. Booth
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country_living_fair_atlanta mary_gregory_studio_artwork Prints on metal.
prints_on_metal_country_living_fair Country coffee table.
country_living_fair_coffee_table Midge!

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vintage_tom_thumb_cashregister This isn’t old, but I thought it was a cool way to organize keys. key_hooks_country_living_fair

Typewriter keys turned into pendants.
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Okay, this post is getting really long. So the rest of the pictures, including the things I bought will be in my next blog post. Follow on facebook so you don’t miss anything.

Do you like this kind of shopping? Where do you go to get unique finds?

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4 Responses to Pictures from the Country Living Fair Atlanta 2013 (Part 1)

  1. jane garbett November 12, 2013 at 11:08 am #

    Oh Heather, thanks so much for posting the pictures. I’ll take the rustic clock, bird pictures, and the Happy letters. Hope we all get to go next time. Love ya, Auntie Jane

    • Heather November 13, 2013 at 12:19 pm #

      Thanks, Aunt Jane. I was pining for Linda the whole time I was there. We SHOULD all go together next time. We would have a ball. It’s totally worth going, in my opinion.

      Hope you have a great day!
      Love,
      Heather

  2. Everett November 25, 2013 at 11:45 am #

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  3. Susan Amon December 12, 2013 at 10:03 pm #

    I went to the fair and cannot remember the vendor that had welly boot liner. can u help?

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