I’ve shared with you before about how much my hubby and I like to go to Roseville, California. It’s only a little over an hour from where we live and a place we both love because he loves to ride his mountain bike and I love to go to antique shops! Today I’m sharing one of my favorite shops… Tumbleweed and Company.
Tumbleweed and Company, Roseville, California
I’ve been to Tumbleweed a couple of times and seen them at a few of the vintage markets I go to, also. This is one of my all-time favorite vignettes from their shop!
I do love old mannequins. Which you probably know if you follow me on Instagram.
So I got a BIG kick out seeing this vintage mannequin when we were there for their Christmas open house.
I’ve been sharing a lot of moose pictures on Instagram, too. It all started when my nephew was little. Every time we said “moose” he would laugh. So of course we would just randomly yell “moose” at inappropriate times to get him started. Now if we didn’t live in a little townhouse I’d probably buy a moose head. Hubby loves them. He found a GIANT one in an antique shop in Chico that would have filled up an entire wall in our house!
And then there was this incredible cabinet in a perfect shade of blue.
Baby Bens make me think of my grandmother… she had one similar to this.
My pictures don’t do justice to how beautiful this shop is. If you love vintage, chippy, Shabby Chic, or farmhouse style, get yourself over to Tumbleweed and Company! And follow me on Instagram so you won’t miss any of the fun shops I find!
Where to Stay in Roseville, California
So far, we’ve stayed in three different hotels in Roseville:
- Hyatt Place – My favorite! Glenn and I stayed here on our first trip to Mes Amis. The bed was sooooo soft and the breakfast was great. We had bacon, eggs, and toast. Our room had a sitting area and a work area. This would have been a great room to spend a few days in.
- Best Western – Jordy and I stayed here for the Noel Vintage Market. It was alright for one night. The motel was older and the room was showing a little wear and tear. Wi fi was great and there was a wide variety for breakfast. I had a breakfast sandwich.
- Larkspur Landing – Glenn and I stayed here for his birthday trip. He rode his bike at Folsom Lake and up at Auburn. LOTS of cute places in Auburn, too! But that’s another post. Our room had a kitchenette which we ended up not using, except for the fridge. You could really save a lot of money by staying here and cooking your own meals. There was a free continental breakfast downstairs. I had bagels and yogurt.
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Thanks for reading! Share your favorite vintage shop in the comments. I’d love to hear about them.
‘Til the next market,