We love an outdoor market that gathers local artists and business owners together to sell their wares, which is why we love downtown Newnan Market Days so much. When we saw that there was going to be a pop up market in a pasture we were very excited.
Having missed the first year of this event last year, we were not exactly sure what to expect.
We were not disappointed. The Farmhouse Sale was set in a beautiful field on a cute farm property.
It was a perfect spring day with a light breeze that kept the area cool.
The vendors all seemed to be carefully selected. Every one of them had beautiful wares that were displayed in the most appealing way.
There was a wide range of products from rustic refinished furniture to handmade bath and body products.
We were amazed at the creativity that the artists showed in repurposing items destined for the landfill into unique pieces with enduring utility.
As we browsed through the booths, we saw so many things that we didn’t even know we needed. Many of the vendors had one of a kind houseware pieces that represented a wide range of styles.
In addition to stunning furniture and rustic lawn décor, the Pasture sale also featured original art, adorable upcycled clothing, antiques, hand knitted and crocheted items of all kinds and jewelry to name just a few.
After all the shopping, we just had to sample some of the food that was available.
The event had two food trucks.
Susan was very excited to see Tex’s Tacos. She has an enthusiastic appreciation for their lime fries.
SnoBayou is a Louisiana based company that serves what they call snow balls, which are decedent desserts.
We couldn’t resist taking a puppy treat to go from SnoBayou.
We loved this pop up market and can’t wait to go back next year!
The Farmhouse Pasture Sale is held the first weekend of April.
Be sure to follow them on Facebook to keep up with the next event and learn about expected vendors ahead of time.