Winnie and Talula’s, set in historic downtown Athens, it is touted as not being your mother’s antique mall, displaying an array of vendor's wares in a cohesive, non-booth way makes for an eye popping, shopping experience. These cutting edge shop keepers, with their ingenious style, offer not only one of kind goods, but showcase them in ways that get the creative juices flowing. Owned and operated by Gloria of Sweet Peas, well known for her exquisite collection of custom bedding… recently added The Sweet Pea Bistro, for our dining pleasure. Winnie and Talula’s is truly a treat to the senses, offering unique shopping events throughout the year, with the next such event being held On April 29th and 30th, when Winnie and Talula will feature Editor in Chief of Junk Market Style Magazine, Ki Nassauer. Ki is the founder of Junk Revolution and Junk Bonanza, and author of junk decorating books, among many other accomplishments. Ki, rhymes with "Hi", will be visiting with shoppers and bloggers, while handing out decorating tips, as she promotes her latest addition of Flea Market Style magazine, out now on newsstands. Don't miss talented East Texan, Margo Arrick’s booth at Winnie and Talula's, aptly named,Ruff Stuff, supplies the “ruff” materials needed to create your own style. Margo is also an Editor at Large for Flea Market Style magazine, in which one edition featured a five page spread on First Monday Trade Days. If you live anywhere close, don't miss the chance to be around a slew of creative and sweet folks... those Talula Heads are bursting with sweet creativity!
Until our next “Junkture”... remember the words of Thomas Edison …
“All you need to invent is an imagination and big pile of junk”