Monday, September 5, 2016

Riverbend Booth: Changes and Then More Changes

We have continued the patter this week: walks, painting, gardens, canning and booth work. Last week we took new things to the Riverbend Antique Mall in Ravenswood, WV. We were worried that we would not have room for it all, but when we arrived we learned that a big dresser and one of the parlor chairs had sold. Whew! Space!

Here's a look at what we did last week:

The turquoise dinette got settled in after some shifting of other furniture. Several things on the tabletop in this photo are already sold. Pretty cool!

The chrome ice bucket, blue acrylic candles and the Sapphire Blue Philbe casserole are all gone.

More about this cabinet later in this post.

I so love this little table! It was ugly, ugly, but now it has real class.

The wood grain on its top is just beautiful.

And the red desk and chair made it into the booth too, with a little wiggling.

The day after we were there, the Hoosier cabinet sold on eBay, and the people who bought it arranged to pick it up this morning. So today we were back at the mall, re-arranging to fill the space left when the cabinet was gone. You might remember that this was the Hoosier cabinet we found in the trash--it needed very little work and was one of our favorite pieces, really. Now it has a new home in Ohio.

Here's how we filled the space:

The Pyrex bowls get a little more visibility on the table. I like that red holiday one a lot.

Tomorrow I'll be back to painting to get a few things ready for our Marietta booth later this week. It's a stuff in, stuff out business for sure!

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1 comment:

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Love seeing your booths, great space at Riverbend. Very inviting.

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