Asheville Shopping

I was in Asheville over the weekend working on a project and we did some fun shopping!

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First stop, Asheville’s Antique Tobacco Barn, which is literally an old tobacco barn filled to the brim with antique dealers! And course tobacco trays!

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 I can’t believe we left this paintings at Tobacco Barn;(

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But we were moving fast..power shopping and it was cold in there! (take gloves if you go to the Tobacco Barn)

Next we hit up The Screened Door which is a avery hip “Asheville” version of the traditional antique mall. Awesome booth with vintage clothes!

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I mean seriously..this desk..$185..what a great find!

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Love the paint by number!

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Great cabinet with blue interior..would be so cute in a nursery!

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And I was excited to find the cute shop “Lost and Foundry” at the Screened Door in Asheville.. Lost and Foundry is by Susan Chancey, Susan was featured in Country Living this month!  Love her style! She also has a space at super cool DWELLINGS behind Biltmore Village. Info on Dwellings here.

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Click here to see more on Susan’s home..i love the colors she uses..and the issue is still on stands I think!

We also visited Togar Rugs..the have amazing things…stacks and stacks of dreamy rugs, pillows, ottomans and bags!

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There are some great shops in Asheville and wonderful vintage treasures in this part of the country..so many mountain treasures but I also saw some great mid century things! No doubt, Asheville is a cool town!

 

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  1. Loved following your weekend on Instagram. Thanks for sharing some more here! That house you are working on is insane. I can’t wait to see what you do with it!

  2. Oh yea! You were in Asheville…glad you got to do some shopping…yes I agree, gloves at the Tobacco Barn. Glad to learn about “Lost and Foundry” and “The Screen Door”…I will make sure I go to them when I make it over to Asheville again. Hope the colors were getting close to peak for you to enjoy while there! Is the project the same client as before…or a different one?

  3. Wendy Bass says:

    Can I just go shopping with you?? You find the greatest little places in your travels!!

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