Country Living Fair // Nashville

Over the weekend my mom and I attended the Country Living Fair in Lebanon, TN {which is just outside of Nashville}. We had been once before, in Ohio, 7 or so years ago and were looking forward to heading back!

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The Country Living Fair is hosted by Country Living Magazine and features handmade goods, vintage items and antiques similar to what you'd see in an issue of their magazine. Along with shopping you can also attend numerous shows and seminars throughout the weekend, too.

To give you a taste of what you could find at the Fair... here is a peek at some of my favorite items and booths.

via Deann Art IG

This artist is local to Nashville and her paintings are incredible.

I bought two of these lumbar pillows from French Laundry Home for my Dining Room. They had a huge selection as you can see by the size of their booth.

via French Laundry Home IG

My mom and I loved these jackets made from pieces of lace tablecloths. Lavender and Old Lace had beautiful lace runners, lace tablecloths and chenille baby items for sale, as well.

 This booth, by Tadpole Creations, might just be one of the cutest ever...

via Tadpole Creations IG

They had tons of cute stuff for kids; but I chose this fabric strip pillow for our Master Bedroom.

I was tempted to buy several things in this booth. The vintage school maps were probably at the top of my list {I just wasn't sure where I'd hang it}; but I also loved the large baskets and metal letters.

via Kobenstyle Home IG

 Somehow, I missed seeing these Turkish Towels; but came across them in their IG feed.

via Kobenstyle Home IG

Dop Dop Designs {such a fun shop name, btw} had colorful aprons and cloth napkins. Their booth just felt happy!

via Dop Dop Designs IG

Lois Pearl's booth was also very colorful and my favorite item was the two-sided infinity scarves. She chose some great fabric combos.

via Lois Pearl IG
Finally, I came home with a new succulent. Unfortunately, it was on our way out and I have no idea which booth it was from; but there were several vendors selling succulents and plants.

If you'd like to see more, check out the #clfair hashtag.
Have you ever been to a Country Living Fair? Is there another fair you'd recommend? I'd love to hear!

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