Featured Vendors

Amy Howard


You know her paint; but she’s a lot more than that.
She inspires us to keep the furniture we love
in the family, aiming for sustainability in
all things, give it a makeover that will make you
love it all over again. She will be showing
us paint techniques and signing her book,
A Maker’s Guide, geared to the creative soul
who would like to start their own
successful business.


Plum Pretty Decor & Design

 

Designer Kayla Miller brings southern charm and
cozy farmhouse finds to the Market.
PlumPretty offers vintage architectural pieces,
salvaged accents, and painted furniture that
will give your home a functional farmhouse feel.
Plum Pretty is all about turning a house into a home.

 

 

 


Miss Mustard Seed

 

Miss Mustard Seed has been featured in HGTV.com,
CountryLiving.com, and many other interior
decorating websites. She offers painted furniture and
vintage finds like antique laundry baskets, shop
signs, and wicker planters. You can also purchase
her amazing milk paint for DIY projects.

 

 

 

 


Olde Thyme Marketplace


Olde Tyme Marketplace has been
searching for primitive, rustic, shabby,
tattered, and worn décor since 1988 –
thanks to its owner, Beth. From pillows
and vintage wash boards to wire
baskets and farmhouse kitchen
accents, you’ll love their home and
garden offerings.

 


Foundry

 

Foundry’s owner, Yvette Freeman, brings barn,
warehouse, and flea market finds to the Spring
Market. She scours the United States and Europe
for unique furniture and stunning home décor. If
you are looking for items to tell your personal story,
Foundry is for you.

 

 

 


Tuscany Design

Tuscany Designs specializes in hand-painted furniture.
They offer accessories, French chairs, beautiful
headboards, and lots of Industrial Chic reclaimed wood
pieces. Their “Reflections” series includes painted and
distressed tremeau and accent mirrors. At Tuscany
Designs, every item is unique.

 


East End Trading Co.

 Based out of historical East End
Pittsburgh, this weekend hobby in
1989 has turned into a full-fledged
family-run business. East End Trading
Company features a variety of unique home décor – from salvaged architectural pieces to high-quality home furnishings.

 


Found & Co.

 

If you are looking for an expertly
curated collection of vintage,
handmade, and found items, then
Found & Co. will be your favorite booth!
They offer beautiful candles, touch
worthy rugs, and charming vintage
housewares – like pitchers, serving
bowls, and platters.

 

 

 

 


Rust and Feathers

 

Baskets, crates, and all sorts of rusty
accessories will adorn the Rust and
Feathers space. They love anything old
– from vintage ceiling tiles that have
been turned into wall hangings to
distressed mirrors and midcentury filing
cabinets. Peeling paint has never
looked so good.

 

 

 


Carpe Donut

 

Who says a donut can’t be organic? Carpe
Donut offers donuts made with organic flour,
sugar, and spices – as well as local eggs and
apple cider. They are deep fried to a golden
brown and served with a dusting of crunchy,
melty, cinnamon-sugar goodness. Seize the
donut!

 

 

 


Black Dog Salvage

Susan Hudson and Karen Curtis from Black Dog Salvage,
home of the DIY Network’s Salvage Dawgs, will be demonstrating
Network’s Salvage Dawgs, will be demonstrating
Network’s Salvage Dawgs, will be demonstrating This customizable
furniture paint and protectant was inspired by Black Dog Salvage’s
creative custom furniture designs and developed with Woodcraft®
to offer a high quality, easy to use product
with infinite color possibilities.

 

 

 

 


Vanish Brewery

 

 

Straight from the 53-acre Black Hops Farm in
Lucketts, VA, Vanish Farmwoods Brewery uses
local ingredients to offer beer that is “plant to pint
and seed to sip.” With an emphasis on local hops,
their delicious craft beers include IPAs, stouts, and ales.

 

 

 


Naked Goat Soap Company

 

Located at the family farm in Hanover, VA, Naked
Goat Soap Co. is passionate about farm-fresh
products that are simple, straightforward, and
good for your skin – and your soul. Their soaps
and skincare products are naked for a reason.
They use no dyes, no chemicals, and no additives.

 

 

 


Ekster Antiques

Pure. Natural. Recycled. Reclaimed. Those elements – combined with the Scandinavian aesthetic – define Caroline Verschoor’s style. She and her husband, partner Jon-Paul Saunie, love a mix of old and new – of antiques and modern – and believe that one piece makes a large statement. Caroline only sell things that she loves and travels to Europe several times a year to find old and new wares to sell for their sales events.