For four days, Sisters on the Fly members from around the country camped in their retro Airstreams, Shastas, and more.
We hit Day One of the shows at Marburger and Excess Fields to show what you can find with some dedicated hunting.
With new shopping and hotel options, this biannual antiquing hub is now a year-round destination.
Amy and Brian Kleinwatcher, the owners of Old World Antieks, give us a peek inside their Round Top home built almost entirely out of salvaged materials.
Former Neiman Marcus fashion exec and fanatical antiques collector Derrill Osborn, at home in his Dallas apartment, where red and green reign supreme.
We put on our walking shoes and hopped a bus to Texas’s antiques mecca. Here are some of the treasures we found.
Sheila Youngblood, the owner of Rancho Pillow, gives us an exclusive look at her whimsical Austin home.
Accounts to follow and hashtags to search for the latest intel on Texas’s biggest antiques show.
Who's ready for some world-class junking?
Pretty soon, Round Top won’t look much like Round Top anymore.
Texas’s biggest shopping event is upon us!
What to do in this Hill Country hamlet when not antiquing.
Round Top, when there’s hardly anyone ’round.
Every spring and fall, thousands of buyers head to Round Top Antiques Week, looking for the object of their dreams—or just a cheap doodad to hang from the rearview mirror. A field guide to separating the corny dogs from the nineteenth-century armoires.
Elegant antebellum furniture in Jefferson, Latin American folk art in Smithville: Where the buys are in two dozen communities.
As a recent study of hotel booking trends pointed out, us Texans prefer to vacation in Texas. Since our last roundup of the state's most notable lodgings was in 2004, I thought it was high time to revisit the subject. So I drafted a list of 44 hotels that have opened or undergone significant renovations in the last 8 years. I then winnowed that list down and booked rooms (anonymously) at 24 properties across the state to determine my favorites. Although my full reviews will be available next week (the November issue goes live on TexasMonthly.com on Wednesday and hits newsstands on Thursday), I wanted to go ahead and share my ten favorites (plus the five that nearly made the cut) . . . .