Antiques and Vintage Round Top is our go-to for one-of-a-kind doors and shutters for our client’s homes. We drive to Round Top with our gloves in hand and comb through thousands of options at her place to find the perfect fit. We use them as interior doors, sliding barn doors and even mount them on walls to disguise TVs.
Our latest find was a pair of wood shutters that will be used in a ‘saloon style’ for our client’s Soda Bar. In the past, we have purchased antique chandeliers for an installation at a local Houston restaurant and always seem to come away with a few of their fun mirrors. It is always a treasure hunt at Antiques and Vintage Round Top and we look forward to what we will dig up next.
– Alexandria Elam
Owner, Alex Interiors
I used their mirrors in the master bedroom in The Bloom Inn and in the upstairs bedrooms. I’ve bought many of her corbels and some I’ve used as accent pieces. I’m really excited—I just bought one of her big chandeliers! It is now the focal point in an 1895 barn we just remodeled into a carriage house for guests and possible events.
What I like about the items at Antiques and Vintage Round Top is that there’s an authentic nature to them. They’re not reproductions and they’re well made. She has a vast selection of beautiful doors that are so different. I don’t want the average anything. What I like about Mary is that I’ll come to her about a quirky space and very specific dimensions and she offers a solution. There’s definitely a more refined chic look to it with so much detail. It works really well with my modern farmhouse projects. I’m a huge fan.
– Jenn Zerrer
We totally gutted the house. It needed character and I had to put the character in it and I did with lots of their things. I see them at every antique show. I love the two shutters that are lightly distressed. They’re 8’ tall and separate my rooms—they add texture and serve a purpose. I purchased more to divide my bar and my living room. We remodeled around them. There were times when I would look and think and go get measurements. I bought two sets of green doors, 12’ high. They’re now sliding barn doors. One goes to the office and one goes to the playroom. There’s not much I don’t have from them in my house.
– Heather Marburger