Back Alley Furniture - they take various styles of furniture and update them with a cool modern feel, and I have three chairs that are in need of some Back Alley lovin'. Can't wait to work with them!
GAIA Creations - I had the privilege of soaking in some beyond beautiful creations from GAIA. Everything is handmade with care by women in need in the Dallas area, using vintage, repurposed, or sustainable materials. Love being able to give back to my community.
Gemelli - offering up a lovely lineup of jewelry inspired by nature. Owner, Claire Morgan, was so much fun to talk to and is behind all of the glittery gemstone goodness. I thoroughly enjoyed her color popping stackable bracelets. She even had a few with the little stone skulls - completely reminiscent of Day of The Dead celebrations.
The Urban Cottage - Seriously the cutest Airstream I've ever encountered. Filled with repurposed, refinished, and revamped vintage furniture - I desperately wanted to purchase a vintage flat file cart but have nowhere in my little home to put it.
Dowdy Studio - There is nothing quite like shopping in a mobile shop! I spent most of my time in this super fabulous wagon lingering over their silk-screened tees, prints, and jewelry. I think I would be quite happy owning every single silk-screened tee.
Be sure to also check out F. is for Frank, Ruthie's Rolling Cafe, and Sew Caroline!! So happy to have been introduced to all these fantastic Dallas vendors! Save the date for the third anniversary celebration of The Dallas Flea, Saturday, December 1, 2012!