I haven’t shared my booth since December when I shared it for the first time. You can see that post here. So today I thought it would be fun to share a few pics since then. These are all iPhone pics, so bear with me!
Back in December my space looked something like this:
But then I shared this pic showing what had sold:
My space is actually two spaces which I love because I have plenty of room to spread out, but it also takes a lot more inventory to keep it filled.
I filled the space back up pretty quickly, including this pretty farmhouse hutch:
I loved that hutch! I saved it from the back of a shed.
Most of that sold. Then I brought in this beautiful estate sale dressing table and several other smaller pieces:
The dressing table soon moved out and this Paris Table for Two moved in. I really missed having something taller in that corner!
I stopped by after a busy weekend and it looked like this (You can see a peek of my mason jar blue headboard bench where that waterfall dresser used to be!):
That’s when I simultaneously do a happy dance and panic because yay! I sold stuff, but oh crap now I need to fill it again!
Since I needed to fill that space in ASAP, I finished up this pretty white hutch and added several other things:
It’s easier to share by talking about the larger pieces that have come and gone, but as you can see, lots of pieces come and go.
A few have hung around longer than I’d like as well.
Just after I snapped this pic the other day, the blue mirror and cabinet on the back wall sold…yay! and oh crap!
I love seeing other people’s booth spaces, maybe because I have one myself. Hope you enjoyed seeing mine! And if you are every in Virginia Beach, I am located at the Virginia Beach Antique Mall, so be sure to come by and visit! 🙂
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