The Trussville Antique Mall in Alabama is open seven days a week. There is no way to explain the awesomeness of this place…you will just have to see it for yourself! As a vintage passionista, I enjoy going because I never know what cool, unique treasures that I will find. The shop owners do a fantastic job of displaying their wonderful collections…making you want to linger there all afternoon…
The Trussville Antique Mall is home to the Fabric House which is owned by Bradley Leonard. If you are looking for gorgeous fabrics at a reasonable price, this is the place to go! Check out the Fabric House’s facebook page! http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Fabric-House-Trussville-Alabama/293850717333766?sk=wall
Now, I would like to share a sneak peek inside the Trussville Antique Mall…
Check out the Trussville Antique Mall on facebook! http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=100000517069072 They are currently working on creating a new facebook page, but you can still send a friend request for this one.
Also, check out Vintage Ruby Designs’s facebook page! http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Vintage-Ruby-Designs/195459720535156 Vintage Ruby Designs is a interior design and home furnishing company. It has these incredible tobacco baskets from South Carolina that are wonderful wall art pieces.
Babee B Poshe will be opening March 3rd. It is going to be an adorable place to shop for all things baby…
To discover new ways to display many of your new found treasures,visit Oh So Shabby by Debbie Reynolds. http://www.facebook.com/debbieerey1?ref=ts&sk=wall
Next time, I will be blogging about the happenings at the MAC event (remember…that’s the 1964 dress…) I got to spend several hours with the most incredible makeup artists!