Setting a happy yellow and green farmhouse table at Lemon Tree Vintage Market

I met  Amy Lemons McDermott, owner of Lemon Tree Vintage Market  out at Safety Harbor’s Market on Main several months ago. I loved her fresh take on blending the old with the new, her whimsical designs using vintage silver plate pieces such and cups and creamers, and the use of lemons. I have  eagerly been waiting for her to open her shop, which was in the works.

I loved that her maiden name is ‘Lemons’ and that she uses lemons to honor her mother, who recently passed.

Amy opened her shop at The Alley at Belleaire Bluffs three weeks ago. I love this great little “village” in Belleaire Bluffs with vintage, farmhouse and antique stores, as well as a bakery. If you are visiting town or looking for a fun girls day out for shopping, you Must visit! 

The sign for the Alley, home to dozens of adorable shops.
Painted mural on a nearby mom and pop grocery store.

Even more exciting, Amy let me “dress” one of her tables with my dishes for a lemon inspired tablescape. 🍋 

The outside of her shop.

As soon as I found a lemon design tablecloth at Home Goods over the summer,  I knew I must somehow show it to Amy.

Amy’s “reveal” room with the gorgeous farmhouse table. I love the bread bowl on the left.


Amy fixing things to make them perfect.


I set her  beautiful farmhouse table with green and yellow Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage plates.. I used Amy’s Kate Spade lemon napkins, small candles at each place setting, and vintage cut crystal wine glasses. I also added some candle sticks and vase that she had in the shop.

The table is set!

She loved the finished product and said her customers are just amazed when they see the table first thing when they walk into the shop!

A detailed list.