The Chapel Market 2014

The Chapel Market Logo 2014

(Logo by Poppy Pedals)


Okay! The vendors are all lined up for this year’s Chapel Market and I’m SO excited to share a few details about them with you here today! 😀

There will be 17 vendors this year- seven inside the chapel, eight underneath the big (40’x80′) tent, and two underneath smaller (15’x15′) tents.

Let’s talk about the big tent first. Here’s a photo of last year’s tent:


It’ll be the same type of tent this year, except it’ll have side walls this time. Here’s a layout map and list of all the vendors that will be underneath it:

Big Tent Layout

…and here are some of the kinds of things you’ll find in their booths:

Southern Accents – Architectural salvage, artwork, picture frames, and craft packs.

Southern Accents in Cullman Alabama

Coastal Charm – Architectural salvage, and vintage, farmhouse & cottage-style decor.

Susie Harris – Hand-painted, rustic-style signs that both inspire the soul and make your walls happy.

Susie Harris Blog

Acres of Hope – Handcrafted farm tables, benches, decorative boxes, wall hook racks, and cabinets.

Littleville Blue – Antiques, repurposed items, reclaimed wood crosses, and ironstone.

Littleville Blue in Cullman Alabama

Southern Custom Works & Furniture – Vintage finds, painted furniture, and custom, one-of-a-kind creations.

Dale & Rita Entrekin – Subway signs with a southern twist.

Reimagined Furnishings – Restored antiques, and reclaimed wood tables, wall hangings, wall sconces.


Next up- the vendors inside the chapel, and underneath the two individual tents.


Here’s a layout map of where they’ll all be situated…

Chapel Layout

…and here are some descriptions of the kinds of things they’ll be offering:

Miss Mustard Seed – Painted and refinished furniture, found objects, handmade accessories for the home,  “Inspired Home” books, Miss Mustard Seed t-shirts, German Glass Glitter, ironstone, dried lavender and preserved boxwood wreaths.

Miss Mustard Seed

Perfectly Imperfect – Farmhouse wares, vintage goods, Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint and Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.

Aqua Lime – All natural spa salts and sugar scrubs, handmade in Montgomery, Alabama.

Aqua Lime on Etsy

Thistlewood Farm – Handcrafted barn wood signs, stamped silver, pallet wood letters, one-of-a-kind vintage finds.

Parish – Lamps, side tables, rugs, baskets, picture frames, pillows, and other home decor accessories.

Parish Shop in Montgomery Alabama

Finding Home – Homemade maple syrup and vintage treasures, all the way from rural New York.

Urban Farmgirl – Farmhouse-style finds plucked from barns and auctions across the Midwest.

Lucy’s Lockets – Vintage-to-vogue jewelry made from architectural accents and hardware.

Lucys Lockets

Little Golden Fox – Unique and refreshed vintage furniture and treasures.


Does that sound like a fun bunch, or what? 😀

We’d love to start getting an idea of how many people to expect so that we can plan with the folks that’ll be preparing the food. If you’re planning to attend, can you do me a favor and click “JOIN” on  The Chapel Market Facebook page ?

The Chapel Market on Facebook

Admission is $3 per person, and the market will be open from 9am til 4pm on Saturday, October 25th this year. I’ll publish another post with more details about the area next month. Hope to see you here in October! :-)

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  1. Donna Doble-Brown says

    Hmmmmm, how long would it take me from RI? I soooo want to attend this event!!!!! Wonderful line-up Layla . . . . :)

  2. Jan Fusco says

    I can’t wait, I can’t wait, I can’t wait! Loved it last year and it sounds even better for this year.

  3. says

    This sounds amazing and such fun! A (big) girls dream day. :) Someday….. What you have started is so awesome. And again–I think you live in a little slice of heaven there. :) Congrats on getting this all together.

  4. Cottage Junkie says

    This sounds FANTASTIC!

    We worship and rest on the Saturday. Think there’s any chance of getting in late Friday afternoon?

    • Layla says

      I’m afraid the hours are set for 9-4 on Saturday. Friday is set up day for the vendors. Thank you for checking with me though! :-)

  5. says

    Bummer. I had sent a message to you and Urbanfarmgirl on IG about possibly coming as a vendor this year. Ends up the CLF in ATL is that same weekend, and we’re vendors there, so I won’t even be able to come see Chapel Market. DOUBLE BUMMER!

    I’m excited that Susie Harris is bringing her signs….she’s got AMAZING talent!! And, Dexter and Patricia Watts are some very dear friends of ours..LOVE their work!!!

  6. says

    I am so excited to be a part of this and to all those considering making the trip, YOU DON”T WANT TO MISS IT!!! Layla, THANK YOU!!!! Not only are the booths beautiful the vendors are truly some the most amazing people I have ever met. So happy to share their God given talent. Each of them truly are Rock Stars!! Now back to creating and picking for this wonderful event!! Still doing my Happy Dance!

  7. Maryjane from MB says

    if I had some vacation days left….

    How long does it take to drive from North Dakota to Alabama anyway? (then add on another few hours from Winnipeg, MB Canada)

    Hmmm, I bet that would be a very interesting and educational trip. Lots to see, learn about…. Perhaps this could be a future grand idea. I bet your hometown is gorgeous that time of year. And still warm?

    😀 Maryjane
    from Manitoba Canada

    p.s. thanks for the invite 😀

  8. Keri says

    My mom, daughter and I will be attending this event can you suggest any places to stay for the weekend?

  9. Sue says

    Is it possible to order a T-shirt from you? Don’t think I can make it to your sale …live in Calif. LOL

  10. Cecilia Key says

    Just found about this today!! I only live an hour away so will definitely be there bright and early when you open…..

  11. Sheri says

    Is it crazy that I live in Canada and want to drive all the way down there for this? We have some great markets here too, but I follow some of the bloggers who are attending as vendors. Sigh.