I FINALLY took a trip to Round Top, Texas to visit the Junk Gypsy store & stay at the Wander Inn with my friends; Jacque, Christie, & Wendy. I was so excited to meet Amie & Jolie (the dreamers & creators of Junk Gypsy) after being in touch for 6+ years & following along on their adventures via social media for even longer! (June’s 1st Birthday was JG Themed!) This entire experience was better than I ever could have imagined (& I have done a lot of daydreaming about this). Our trip to Round Top, Texas will forever be one of my favorite memories & I can’t wait to return!
We arrived in Round Top a couple days before the official kick-off of Antiques Week & now know we would need a few more than 3 days to cover the miles & miles, tents, barns, and fields of antiques. This hat was calling my name, but not sure my kids would appreciate this kind of thing in the school pick-up line; a small factor in my wardrobe choices these days. Here is a small peek at the junk we saw on our hunt & IT WAS SO, SO GOOD!
This Hank Williams sign was in the Junk Gypsy tent, which is just a small preview of the treasures they have in store at JG Headquarters.
We loved everything about Denverado’s!
This was one of my favorite buildings (& I wish I remembered what this place was called!)
A couple of floral finds. I really regret leaving that lampshade behind.
There were buildings of European antiques that were filled salvaged architectural dreams and giant pieces of beautiful ornate furniture.
A selfie with the girls in Wendy’s new mirror for her beautiful Hooray Ranch.
Royers Cafe was the perfect beginning & end to every day during our stay! This place is a MUST STOP when in Round Top. I still can’t decide which pies were my favorite, but if you’re ever in town, I recommend trying one slice of each to find out for yourself! It’s a tough decision to make, but it goes really well with their coffee in a cute diner mug! Make your visit even sweeter with a group of your best girlfriends.
The antique pickin’s were great, but aside from that, the town was so quaint and adorable; like a step back in time and definitely worth a visit! I have so much more of our trip to share in another post or two. Next up is the Wander Inn & Junk Gypsy headquarters!