Saturday, February 18, 2012

More Booth Pictures

Finally, I have some time to post more pictures. We went to an auction yesterday and I've spent today cleaning up the damage. Lots of great stuff, but also lots of not-so-great things that are now boxed up for the donation place. But here are some pictures of the rest of my booth at the antique mall:

This is looking in from the aisle.

And another view from outside the booth. I want to hang some things on the gray shelf's end panel, but first I need to figure out what I want to have on it. Pictures? Posters? Something else?

This is what I call the "primitive" corner. The table is an old deal table, pretty rough but I've had it and used it for many years.

Here's another view of the same table, taken a day later. See any changes?
A couple things sold so I rearranged and added more.
I added this glassware Friday to the top of the gray shelves:

This old wicker chair holds linens for sale. 

A corner look--after adding a little more on Thursday. You can click on any photo to enlarge it, btw.

The back side of the white shelf holds books and vintage glassware and baskets. I think I can do better with this area for display. 

That's all for tonight's virtual tour!


Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Thanks for the tour. Looking good. The library shelf (two sided) is great for the space too.

Tonight I deleted my brother Rob's Linky followers.
(> Could NOT believe I did that - I was editing his layout for him. Could not get it back either. I am emailing the Linky author to see if he has ever dealt with this problem.

I haven't talked to him yet, I did sent an email saying how sorry I was and put up a post on his blog saying what had happened and asked readers to link up again, but unfortunately so many of the followers were dropping in from linky parties and may never peek again.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Enjoyed the tour. Good luck with the venture and have an enjoyable weekend.

Rowan said...

Your booth is bigger than I realised - I like the primitive corner, old countrystyle household implements really appeal to me.

Granny Sue said...

Thanks for the heads up on your brother's blog, Joy. I'll sign back up this morning.

John, we're looking forward to the weekend! Larry wants to get back to work on his little cabin--as soon as he finishes cleaning up the old shed he knocked down. That will be his weekend project.

It's actually not a big booth, Rowan--I think the photo just makes it look that way :) It's 8x10 and I've got it close to full now. Taking a bit more over today.


Such an interesting variety. I'm sure you will do well. -- barbara

Angela said...

Wow! You have a lot of great looking things there Granny Sue! A very nice assortment too!

I also wanted to give you a heads up that I'm having a terrible time reading the new word verification words since they changed it. I think I can make this one out which is why I am trying to comment. A lot of other bloggers are saying they can't read them too. Just thought you'd like to know.

momalizzie said...

You have so many things!! I absolutely love the variety and the way you've done the grouping of items. ANYbody can shop your booth and feel right at home. Good luck, Suse!!!

Granny Sue said...

Thanks, everyone! We'll see how it goes. If this location doesn't do well, I may try a different mall in another town. I'll give it a few months to see how it goes.

Angela, I'm having the same problem! I thought it was just my old eyes :)
I may try taking it off again but last time I did that I got so many spammers that I had to put it back. Sure takes the fun out of it, though.

Michelle said...

It looks like you have a great variety of items. I hope you do well. I love shopping at my local antique mall.

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