Lanny’s Antiques

Surrounded by idyllic views of acres upon acres of farmland with cows in the pasture, Round Top is the perfect place to be inspired by Lanny’s Antiques. Based in Red Oak, Texas, Lanny and Lonnie Lenzen are known for their affinity for farmhouse relics. Some of these items are literal barn finds with great hardware and patina that, in a former life, were hardworking, industrial, architectural pieces you’d see in a stable or carriage house.

 Custom metal top tables with industrial bases are our primary future. Photo by Natalie Lacy Lange

Custom metal top tables with industrial bases are our primary future. Photo by Natalie Lacy Lange

The good news is you don’t have to traipse through the fields to find them. Lanny’s will be at Market Hill for the duration of the fall show.

“We enjoy traveling the Midwest acquiring unique primitive pieces found throughout small towns and private farms,” Lanny says.

“We always strive to have a variety of farmhouse primitives,” Lanny says. “We also have a collection of great old cabinets accented with a mix of old and new décor.”

 We always strive to have a variety of farmhouse primitives that include windmill weights and butcher racks. Photo by Natalie Lacy Lange

We always strive to have a variety of farmhouse primitives that include windmill weights and butcher racks. Photo by Natalie Lacy Lange

“We have built a strong client base over the past 20 years specializing in finding those oversized, one-of-a-kind pieces which include cabinets, counters and tables. Our clients include a variety of retailers, decorators and private individuals,” he says. “We are always on the hunt to find large and small pieces for merchandise in the store, to outfit restaurants and to decorate beautiful homes.”

Among the most unique pieces you will only find at Lanny’s: custom metal top tables with industrial bases. “This is our primary feature for the fall show. Lonnie is known for these custom metal top tables. Each one is truly unique. There’s not another one like it. These tables complement a variety of styles and décor.”

Come meet Lanny and Lonnie, and admire their original work and farmhouse finds.