SoWa Market Sunday!

One of the best features of my amazing new neighborhood is the SoWa Open Market.  This weekend was opening weekend and the weather was absolutely perfect, so throngs of people came to check out the wares of various artisans, farms, vintage shops, painters and designers.  I had one of those “life is so good” moments walking around realizing this is literally out my back door now! Here are some pics from the day….

Farm goods and vintage suitcases and cowboy boots (I absolutely am kicking myself for not buying a stack of suitcases)

DSC_0133 DSC_0134

GORGEOUS vintage prints from Barley Corn Antique Prints.

DSC_0116 DSC_0120

DSC_0117 DSC_0119

The Vintage Market


Some pretty side tables from Painted Pretty Furniture


I LOVED these hand-printed leather wallets from Shara Porter (especially the anchor!)


Pretty pillow covers blowin’ in the wind…



These are my new favorite item for men, hands down.  Computer bags/ messenger bags made from recycled leather and vintage fabric by F. Rock.  You can even custom pick your fabrics, leathers and hardware! Such a wonderful gift! I made my friend Matt model one (and forced him to wear a little EmersonMade flower too.)



More furniture and heaps on vintage jewels.

DSC_0135 DSC_0137

Loved the styling of succulents in vintage silver and crystal all over the Painted Pretty Furniture booth!


Matt and I skipped the freshly baked breads and sweets for a sunny outdoor brunch!


Can’t wait for next Sunday!


  1. Wow So many fabulous treasures. I’d have wanted to take everything home with me (especially those gorgeous vintage baubbles). I wish Atlanta had a market like this!

    Lovely B.

  2. Ok, I must admit…I think I saw you there while I was walking into the market! I scared my roommate when I gasped at my spotting-ha! It’s such a fantastic part of the neighborhood! I too had one of those “i love life” moments…

  3. how fun! i love the succulents – i’ve been wantint to incorporate some in my garden. your friend, Matt, is cute! ; )

Comments are closed.