Holiday Pop-Up Fair

October 31, 2015 in Editorials

City Farmhouse Hosts Holiday Pop-Up Fair:
Antique & Design Event in Factory at Franklin Kicks Off The Holiday Season With Shopping




There’s something about Kim and David Leggetts’ style that draws visitors from around the globe to shop at the City Farmhouse Pop-up Fair, a design and shopping show that hosts dozens of curated vendors in Franklin, Tenn. Closing out the antique and vintage shopping series for 2015 is their City Farmhouse Holiday Pop-up Fair on Nov. 13-15, hosted at Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin.



The theme of the November show will be focused on the season, with special highlights on the styling ability of the vendors, all of whom search for months to find the most unusual vintage and antique “picks” for the show. Similar to the fall fair, those who shop the City Farmhouse Pop-up Fair will find the most unusual in hand-picked selections spanning all eras and styles: farmhouse, French, architectural, garden, lighting, industrial, Americana and much more. Leggett says vendors will place special emphasis on
their stocking booths with that perfect, one-of-a-kind gift for a loved one, and the most unique items for decorating one’s home.



As always, City Farmhouse guests can expect to find their treasures while browsing alongside local celebrities and personalities who are also fans of the Leggetts’ work. Plus, guests will enjoy entertainment throughout the weekend, in addition to food options, demonstrations and more. The Holiday Pop-up Fair kicks off with an early-buying event on Friday, Nov. 13, from 5 to 9 p.m. The $40 ticket gives shoppers a first-chance at buying, plus complimentary wine and beer. Tickets can be purchased through the website. General admission on Nov. 14, 8 to 6, and 11 to 4 on Nov. 15. General admission is $10 per day. Tickets can be purchased at the gate.



The Leggetts will continue to reveal guest appearances and schedules of events on the City Farmhouse website cityfarmhousefranklin.com. Those interested in staying current with the latest can also visit to sign up for the City Farmhouse newsletter and access the brand’s Facebook page. Owners Kim and David Leggett have been “pickers” for more than 20 years, and their trained eye and vivacious personalities have earned them national acclaim, from individuals interested in following popular vintage trends to interior designers.



In addition to curating the store and the City Farmhouse Pop-up Fairs, the Leggetts also exhibit at major vintage and antique events throughout the U.S. Kim is a sought-after expert for guest appearances and as a host of guided tours at fairs around the country, appearing in shows the likes of Marburger Farms, the Country Living Fair, The Nashville Shows, and more. As a freelance interior stylist, Kim’s projects have been featured in a host of major publications, from Elle Décor and Architectural Digest to Romantic Country Magazine. She also sells her finds to museums, private collectors and celebrity clientele like Ralph Lauren, Meg Ryan, Tommy Hilfiger, Sheryl Crow, Carrie Underwood and more. The Leggetts’ recently crossed a social media milestone, amassing more than 100,000 Facebook fans. Follow them at www.facebook.com/cityfarmhousetn.

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