Since I took on a new space at the River Market Antique Mall this month, I decided to consolidate my space at Mission Road. I was there most of yesterday moving out of one area and fluffing the smaller space.
Love this painted tin ceiling tile section.
I pulled a grouping a pictures together on the wall and just kind of filled it out a bit. I'll be shopping for new goodies next weekend to add to the space - it's a never-ending cycle for us addicts, you know!
And while I was moving out the second load, a couple inquired about the piano leg I had just brought home! We made the exchange and now Shelly will be making a table out of this stunning piece. So glad for both of us that I was in the right place at the right time!
Gayle entered my name in the drawing, so it was such a nice surprise to get her email about my having won the earrings! And Gayle has the same love of all things old. I love that she identified where the tintypes came from and who these mysterious people are. Thanks again, Gayle!
Jason and I are not tiny people and we've slept on a full sized bed forever. Finally got a big one, HUGE is more like it!
Fell in love with this one from Ethan Allen and never did find another I liked as much. Since most of my furniture come from the thrift store, I don't feel guilty!
And switching gears. I was at the River Market dealer night on Tuesday and found this awesome board full of keys in Greg's booth on the second floor. He always has the best stuff!! And how cool - he gave me some fabulous candlestick lamps that are now on the night stands in my bedroom. Yeah!
The Life Form Bra bust I've been stalking for months is finally mine.
Went in search this weekend to new places in hopes of scoring some unique finds for the booths.
Had a blast and ended up finding some incredibly swoon-worthy stuff. I loved just about everything in this dealer's space!
Same with this dealer. I really appreciate artfully styled spaces filled with awesome loot.
Isn't this chaise just the cutest?!
Pics coming soon of what I actually came home with. I feel like I'm really turning a corner in my ability to recognize the unique. Now the trick is finding it at a price you can work with AND finding things your customers will love as much as you do - and love it enough to buy. So many lessons learned in such a short time in the junk biz!