This past week we featured Vintage Market Days of Metro Dayton’s upcoming “Life’s a Garden” event on Cincy Chic. With so many great vendors attending, I wanted to chat with a few of them to learn more about what they’re bringing to the show, and give you a look at some of these super special businesses that will be set up at the event!
Christie Laffin is the owner of The Farm Table on 62 in Grove City, Ohio.
“We are a family-owned business with a rustic chic flare,” she says. “Our focus is on gift giving and home decor.”
The Farm Table on 62 also has a full paint studio with Dixie Belle Paints and solutions to any paint need you may have.
“We work one-on-one with clients and we do paint classes,” adds Laffin. However, what The Farm Table on 62 really specializes in is painting furniture that you already own to make it “new to you” or appropriate for a new home or a change in style.
The team at The Farm Table on 62 really enjoys teaching clients how to paint, and can even help you with painting solutions for your kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, and home decor.
The store also sells candles, pillows, linens, and even natural skin care.
“We work really hard to provide great customer service and make our customers feel right at home, and they quickly become friends,” says Laffin.
This faith-based company also sells inspirational signs, pillows and artwork.
At Vintage Market Days, you can check out painting techniques and products they have painted to sell. To add to their offerings, the business has teamed up with The Village Homestead, a retailer for Dixie Belle Paints, and will be hosting painting classes for event attendees.
Learn more about The Farm Table on 62 at www.thefarmtableon62.com. You can also follow along on Instagram and Facebook. Learn more about The Village Homestead at www.village-homestead.com.
There’s still time to get your tickets for Vintage Market Days of Metro Day! Purchase tickets here and follow along on Instagram and Facebook.