My taste of Asheville included Antique Tobacco Barn, a huge warehouse filled with vintage goodies. Like the table from an old German bar (priced at $300!), a wooden box previously used for storing explosives (my sister bought it to hold firewood), a white medical cabinet (perfection...if only I had $700), vintage stools, a wooden catalog and retro dinnerware. Another spot with foreign goods was Oddfellows Antique Warehouse, which included finds like the cute scale, German tin canisters and old laundry carts (great for a store display).
We also had a yummy lunch at Early Girl Eatery. I love the color on the windows and the clever use of plants. The plants get sun while providing a bit of shade and decoration. And no trip would be complete without a sweet ending like the cupcakes and cookies at The Sisters McMullen Bakery.
Now you can see why I miss it! I hope you had a fantastic weekend too - see any vintage finds?