I’ve know of Courtney Barton since the early days of blogging. While we’ve never actually MET, I’ve followed her journey for years and years– and this week I noticed she turned her previous business, Mela & Roam, into an eponymous shop with some wonderful treasures. Her Indian textiles are just gorgeous and so unique. She has a shop in Houston, TX and a booth at Round Top (somewhere I NEED to go one of these days!)…
Her style is so layered and textured and full of stories!
Since her Mela & Roam days she’s had these incredible dohar blankets (I’ve gifted the baby ones a couple times) and here a large one was geniously made into a shower curtain!
I believe this painting originally belonged to Erika Powell, a good friend of Courtney, and I’ve loved it since I first saw it. So adorable in her son’s nursery!
These are the dohars a mentioned above (they come in baby size- which I am totally getting for this little nugget- up to king size)
She also has some stunning quilts…
And a bevy of to-die-for pillows!
Also available are some antique finds, accents and accessories like these fab woven lamps…
This vintage sofa is incredible.
Love these classic framed intaglios
Great strings of beads (I use these all the time when accessorizing shoots!)
Some lovely candles, sprays and scents that I haven’t seen many places…
How about this absolutely INSANE kids play tent???
I hope you enjoyed learning about this great new small business to support! :)
I love Courtney’s shop and her style! It’s a go to for us here in H Town! So glad you featured her!
Always enjoy your postings. Please consider no longer using the expression ” To DIE for”. Having lived through life and death experiences, it rings hollow. “it’s fantastic/out of this world/heavenly/amazing – all great ways to describe a good thing..
Wow, Courtney’s textiles are so beautiful. Good inspiration here for my daughters’ bedroom. Thanks for sharing.
Oh, how I do love layers…beautifully done. franki
Beautiful fabrics!! I live in San Antonio, TX and go to Round Top every spring and fall, and I would love nothing more than to be your personal chauffer and tour guide!! It is an absolute blast! Maybe in a few years after baby girl is here and settled. :-)
Love you, Erin! You have cheered and supported me before there was ever a company…and that means the world!! xx
Thank you so much for sharing this. Can’t wait to visit this shop.
Missing India 🇮🇳 Always
Thank you for sharing! I loved checking out her page. Such beautiful and unique pieces that you won’t see everywhere!
Oh, goodness your first sentence!