Round Top is known for its shopping and southern hospitality, especially for its antique show. Here are some of the trends we’re excited to see and share when we show at Round Top for the very first time!
The antique show brings the best of both words, where country meets modern art and culture. You'll find plenty of classical decor such as modern renaissance pieces and beautiful collectables. Casa Saheb and Round Top Vintage market are the perfect places to find those specific antiques you're looking for!
With Round Top being heavily influenced by the Texas country, there's no shortage of rustic decor. You can find out worn out furniture pieces that will bring character to a room and gorgeous pieces that have been brought back to life. Who knew that cabinets could be functional as art?! The best spots to find your rustic pieces are Round Top Vintage Market, The Brocante Beach House, and Roundtopolis.
Everyone needs art in their spaces! At Round Top, you can find a huge range of different art styles, from traditional flowers and still lifes, to modern abstracts. It's guaranteed that you will find a piece of art you will connect and fall in love with. Make sure to check out the works of The Modern Nomad, Kendall Boggs, and Bug in a Box. You can also visit Maps and Art and Blue Hills at Round Top for a wide range of artwork.
Round Top allows show goers to relax and enjoy the scenic views that Texas has to offer. After a long day of shopping, you can end your day by watching a beautiful sunset, stargazing, taking a dip by the pool or warming up by the fire pit. Some of the coziest places to stay are Flop Houze Hotel, Prost Round Top, and the Ellis Motel.
Art doesn't just stop with painting and drawings! Fashion is a huge part of the artwork, and is a huge part of Round Top as well. Since Round Top is an outdoor antique show, you can find lots of show goers sporting their best chic and modern Texas inspired looks. Handmade jewelry, scarves and hats are the most popular fashion looks! Check out clothing by Arloom, Round Top Village, and Cuatro X Confettees. You can also check out jewelry by Pair A Belles TX, Mary Caroline Spano Jewelry, and Jill Garber Couture.
Another fashion statement to note are cowgirl and cowboy boots! You can't come to Round Top without wearing at least one pair. One look around and it’s boot central! Show off your best pair or get to shopping at Bootitude, located in The Big Red Barn.
Mid-Century modern furniture pieces are seen everywhere in Round Top. Those furniture pieces are characterized by clean lines, organic and streamlined forms, and lack of embellishment. Clean lines and organic forms are seen everywhere in Round Top! We are super excited to be bringing a modern version of Mid-Century modern to Round Top with our frames and art! Of course we would love for you to check out our booth, but while you're in Round Top exploring, you should also check out The Compound, Ene by Home, and BAW Resale & Interiors.
On top of wearing cowgirl/cowboy boots, hats and handmade jewelry, you can spot scarves everywhere, whether as a fashion statement or as a piece of art! We will be selling the popular, Empowered Cowgirl scarf in our acrylic shadowboxes. If you really love scarves, you should also check out Arloom for wearable scarves and Shop Sara Sharp for decorative scarves.
Lastly, we wouldn't be at Round Top if it wasn't for our friends Kendall Boggs, Bug in a Box and Maps & Art! They embody the true spirit of the Round Top Antique show with their beautiful creations.