This spring back at Blue Hills Round Top was our most successful and fulfilling Round Top to date. Blue Hills has always felt like home to us and this year Hibiscus Linens, along with our unwavering partner through the years, Sarah Bray Bermuda, had the opportunity to move into a larger space in Barn G, allowing us the incredible opportunity to call up our fellow Texas and national creatives to host as pop-ups throughout our spring showing. The results were magic! In our two weeks in Barn G, a community of support, creativity, and sisterhood blossomed between these groups of boss ladies that rubbed off on all who were able to stop by. These amazing creatives included:
Amparo Fine Living
The gift shop of Mariana's Hotel Amparo in San Miguel de Allende was able to join us bringing along one-of-a-kind artwork, antiques, and other fine items for the home.
Coco & Fitz Studio
Houston-based, mother and daughter artists Crystal Owens and Leigh Fitzgerald brought along vibrant fine art pieces to join the show.
Tricia Lowenfield Design
Whimsical European artwork artist, Tricia Lowenfield design popped up with some of her gorgeous pieces just in time for spring and Easter.
Swells of Splendor
Silk scarf designer Wells Maley came all the way from Atlanta, GA to show her chic scarves off to Texas.
Emily Hammer of Edith Hour taught us how to lounge in style with her luxe cotton robes, sets, and dresses.
Meghan from Cuclie Baby was able to spend two weekends sharing her elegant Pima Cotton children's clothing with us all.
Mollie of Slightly East brought her stunning silk Ikat lampshades all the way from New York City to pop up at Round Top with us.
KIT & Of Curated Chaos
The one-of-a-kind quilted jackets from KIT x Of Curated Chaos made the perfect Round Top uniform.
Artist Andrea Condara displayed her beautiful botanical art series and other treasures with us in Barn G.
What's Round Top without cowboy boots? San Antonio based sisters Sarah and Margaret brought along their stunning vintage-inspired, feminine western boots for all to try.
Bunny Bradley Designs
Texas-based grandmother Bunny Bradley presented her elegant travel accessories made with love here in Texas, including some designs on sample sale!
Kathryn Swain of Colores Collective brought along a selection of her hand painted custom totes, leather flap straw totes, Easter baskets, and more.
Hazen & Co
Dallas-based jewelry brand Hazen & Co spent the week popping up with us to bring a gorgeous selection of handcrafted earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and more.
This collection of authentic hand made Mexican clothing from Emilia Collection made the perfect addition to everyone's Round Top uniform as well!
Erin Donahue Trice
Artist Erin Donahue Trice displayed several of her gorgeous original abstract paintings for the day with us.
M Donohue Collection
Maureen Donohue Grable showed her beautiful collection of timeless and wearble jewelry for women and littles with us in Barn G.
Casey Marks Dressed
Casey Marks brought a taste of New York with her versatile, effortless and chic dresses for Round Top shoppers to love on.
Sarah Bray Bermuda
Hostess Sarah Bray Bermuda and her timeless seagrass and palm leaf sun hats with interchangeable ribbons and scarfs.
As you can see, we harbored so much creativity in Barn G from so many talented brands that we had the honor of selling alongside. Go check out each of these amazing brands and artists that made Round Top such a special place! We are so grateful to all that made the trip to come out and see us. If you missed this spring showing, be sure to plan a trip to Blue hills in the fall, as we have so much more in store for you all!