If you're new to the blog series, I started Boutique Envy to write about my quest for knowing through observing the advantages and disadvantages of possibly opening up a boutique. For as long as I can remember, it has been a dream of mine to run my very own stand alone shop. You can read the blog series here.
For a second year in a row, I've attended the Mes Amis Vintage Antique Show and look forward to coming every year going forward. The two day venue is at the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville, California. It's vintage home decor and more with a boutique shopping experience as each vendor meticulously displays and curates their merchandise for the eager vintage lover. I picked up just a couple things for our home and didn't quite have the time to take pictures with my VSCO app.
After leaving, I thought since I was near the area of Downtown Roseville, why not stop by Tumbleweed and Company! It's like walking into Joanna & Chip Gaines HGTV show of Fixer Upper, just full of vintage home goods, that your mind starts to reel with decor ideas and just wish you did own a farmhouse kind of feel! Well, for me at least :)
For the vintage decor lover, this place is heaven.
There are many vintage decor shops in the local area, but Tumbleweed and Company is now my new favorite. What makes this shop different? The uniqueness of vintage and antique items for the home, which you can keep and preserve it's history of use or refurbish that item by transforming it into something new or maybe even modernize it, just depends how creative you can get!
If you are local to the Sacramento or Placer County region, you can try one of their DIY "Lit Words on Wood" workshops. Check out their website for details.
Hopefully you're in vintage bliss!
Thank you so much for reading.