Monday, July 26, 2010

Antique Fest Part 2

Hello my Loveleighs! I finally got the second part to the Antique Fest put
together. Below is the before picture of our booth.

Before we shuffled things around and took stuff outside.

After~What the booth looked like during the Antique Fest. The desk sold, the
little white cabinet on the desk sold. The large pink mirror on the wall sold and
the black chair at the desk sold too. We also sold a couple of tables we
had outside. Thank goodness!!! We were so worried about putting
everything back in.

After the Antique Fest. We worked for hours squeezing things back in from
outside but we finally prevailed!

We really reworked this shelf. We traded out pieces from the little kitchen we
refer to as the "nook".

The After

Sorry about the quality of some of the pictures. I'm not sure if it's the camera
or the photographer! A little of both I'm guessing.

Here's the little "nook" before the Antique Fest. It was looking pretty skimpy.

More skimpiness during the Antique Fest. This has sort of been where we
place things we don't know what to do with.

Not anymore. We moved lots of pretties in there and added some lights to
brighten things up. It's nice to change things up a bit and will hopefully
be a nice change for our repeat customers.

...and so goes another weekend at the booth. I've got another project I'm

working on right now, a bed frame. Darned if I didn't forget to take the
before picture again. I bought a fun piece at the Goodwill today though and
I WILL get the shot before of that!

I hope you all have a great week and don't be too surprised if I
change my blog up soon, I am already tired of this look.
Go figure.


Holly Loves Art said...

Oooh how I loved window shopping on your blog! I saw a lot of shabby whites and aquas that I would just love. Thanks for sharing!


You have so many lovelies in your store. I wish I lived near enough to come shop. Glad to hear you sold so many things.

Mary said...

Oh my gosh Sares! I am drooling over your beautiful booth! Everything looks so lovely and you have a nack at displaying your items! Thanks for sharing :)
XO, Mary

Mary said...

Oh my gosh Sares! I am drooling over your beautiful booth! Everything looks so lovely and you have a nack at displaying your items! Thanks for sharing :)
XO, Mary

Vicki said...

Hello, Sares,
It sounds like your antiques fest was a success!! I love to "browse" through your spaces and see all the pretties. I am loving that aqua chair, really cute!! Also, those vintage bottles are catching my eye. Hope you have a terrific week~ Love and hugs~ Vicki

stefanie said...

oooooooooooooo, so many goodies, you should open an etsy shop!!!

xinex said...

It looks like the antique show was a big success. Good for you! You have many cute items!...Christine

Deb said...

oh my gosh you have so many goodies...

craftymarta said...

Sares, somebody have been working her b... off. The booth looks amazing, the before and after both. Looks like you are about to spill out of your space and that is a good sign. Love the little chalk sign. No pictures of the house yet, just too busy with all the painting and decorating. Blessings, Marta.

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Faerie Moon Creations said...

Your booths always look so beautiful and very feminine. I would spend so many hours looking through all your lovelies. I love how you always change things up, too. Keeps things nice and fresh. Theresa

sissie said...

Isn't it amazing the amount of stuff we can put into our booths.
Mine is only 10 x 10 and believe me I try to use every inch.

Yours looks lovely.


Draffin Bears said...

Hi Sares,

Saw a lot of pretty things in your shop, only wished I lived closer.
Thanks for showing us your lovely space.

Happy week

Martha's Favorites said...

Saras: Your booth is getting filled with goodies. Everything looks so lovely. I wish I could go and shop at your booth. I have missed talking to you. I better get my act together and visit more often. You always have so much going on. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

C said...

I would love to visit your charming little store soon, Sareski! :) Where exactly in the US do you have this store?? :)

I'm very happy that you are finding fulfillment and expression through your store. ♥

Best regards,

Pony Girl said...

Oh goodness, I can't wait to see what else has sold! My little "Settled Inn" sign sold, it was only $3.50 or something! :) I think the theory of moving things works. The lattice is actually kind of a cool display for signs, I've noticed almost every sign we've put there has sold, maybe we should keep that a permanent fixture, LOL! My sis really like that little white end table you did by the lattice. I was surprised because it's not really her thing but she really eyed it.

Mrs.G said...

Hi Sares
My Goodness!! You have so many beautiful thing...eye Candy in deed!
I am happy your sales were a success.

Bearly Sane said...

I would have a ball in your store Sares...everything looks fabulous.
BTW I have something for you over on my blog.
Warmest Hugs,
Sandi @ Bearly Sane