What’s In Store…

Well, we have had a whirl of activity in our home the past couple of weeks.  The old adage, “when it rains it pours” comes to mind.  Oh the stories I could share, but those will have to wait for another time.


This of course is the week that I have been setting up my brick and mortar shop at Sweet Clover Barn, a 50 acre horse farm in Fredrick, MD.  I have been busy finishing up some last minute projects, brainstorming the layout, carrying pieces upstairs (I need to start weight lifting again), decorating the space and tagging items.  I can’t wait for you to see how everything is shaping up.  While tweaking things thursday morning – I had some exciting ideas for next month’s sale too.  Here is a glimpse of what’s in store…


My back wall is the barn roof. I love the galvanized metal and raw wood, but it’s taking some ingenuity to put it to good use.


This vintage demijohn wine bottle would look great on a mantle or hearth.


This soft gray secretary desk is for sale and so is everything in it. It’s filled with some of my favorite finds, antique ironstone and transferware.


I love the needlepoint on this chair. The pillow is made from an antique european grain sack.


Here is a peek at the entire space, but I would love for you to check it out in person.  Stop by Sweet Clover Barn today – Sunday between the hours of 10 – 5pm.  The barn looks amazing and there is also a small cottage behind the barn that you can shop in as well.  I also hear that they have some amazing food trucks coming so you can make it a fun outing to the country.  Enjoy!


Antica Market – Sweet Clover September sale 9/18 – 9/20, 10 – 5pm. Find me up the stairs and to the right!

For those of you that have never been, here is how to find Sweet Clover Barn:


The Sweet Clover Barn is located on a 50 acre horse farm in Frederick County, Maryland.  You can find us at:

4051 Stanford Ct.
Frederick MD, 21703

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10AM-5PM, the third weekend of the month.



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