Since 2012, Junk Hippy has transformed venues into a vintage festival like no other. November 25th, the Junk Hippy tribe returns to the Brazos County Expo in Bryan to kick off the Christmas shopping season. Dealers from all over Texas and several surrounding states will fill the space with vintage, handmade and antique goods, gifts and holiday decor. Their unmatched creativity, display, product and environment have earned Junk Hippy the title of one of Country Living Magazine's Top 7 Vintage Sales and one of "Houston's Hidden Gems" by Voyage Houston Magazine.
Junk Hippy carries a vibe unlike any other vintage event. Think Round Top with a little Woodstock thrown in...imagine your Pinterest boards have come to life. Even with their tribe of regular vendors hitting the road together like a gypsy caravan, there are always new faces to discover at a Junk Hippy show. Designers, DIY enthusiasts, pickers, bloggers, wedding planners, and business owners make Junk Hippy their source for the unique. This is the place to find that one funky piece that completes your project. Or the one that begins your project. Shops, cafes, weddings, and nurseries have been put together with finds from a Junk Hippy show. Homes have been built with the architectural salvage pieces; the chippy old doors, windows, trim, even farmhouse sinks and glass door knobs. Vintage fringe and cowboy boots, jewelry made from typewriter parts, art made from roadside curb treasures, antique and mid-century furniture and accessories are all things to grab at this event.
Junk Hippy takes over the Brazos County Expo for one day only, Saturday, November 25th from 9 am - 6 pm. Admission is only $5 at the door, kids 13 and under are free. Wristbands are on sale now, which allow you to bypass the line and get busy shopping faster. You can purchase these at junkhippy.com/shop. Follow Junk Hippy on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter for show updates, news and design inspiration. Always original, always authentic.
There's only one - Junk Hippy.
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