Fayetteville Find… Something new I’m testing out. When I lived in Dallas, I had a regular blog feature called Six Blocks from my House. Interesting things, yes, only six (or so) blocks from my house. Now that I’m discovering Fayetteville, I thought it would be fun to focus on cool places, people, things in Fayetteville. Those I find interesting, and you might find interesting too.
First up, Vintage Cargo. Vintage Cargo is new to Fayetteville. This fun boutique, which recently relocated from Eureka Springs, now occupies the former Sara Kathryn’s space on Mission. And fyi, Sara Kathryn’s moved to College and is as wonderful as ever. Winner-winner for Fayetteville.
My favorite shops are those located in old buildings or houses like this one. If I can poke around inside a charming old house while shopping, I’m more likely to buy something. That’s a fact. The new owners, Jeff and Stan, who welcomed us like old friends, have done a fantastic job transforming the inside space while maintaining the wonderful facade.
Go to browse. Get inspired. Clear your head. Buy yourself a little gift. You will easily find something for every room in your house. Dangerous, I know. And guess what? There’s a hair salon too!
Check out the vivid summer colors of this pottery line.
I bought this cute little bird hook for the powder room.
For whatever reason, none of our bathrooms have towel racks. Whatsup with that? This bird hook is perfect. It’s made of iron, is sturdy enough for a towel or even a robe, and is painted in a distressed blue-green color. Comes in gray too.
If I lived on a lake or had a beach house, I’d decorate around this fish stoneware because I HEART polka dots:))
That’s my Fayetteville Find this week. Be sure to follow Vintage Cargo on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest!
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