Hello awesome Friends! It’s been almost nine months since I last took you to my booth, so I thought it was time for another trip! I always enjoy looking at other people’s booths myself.
You can read about my last booth update HERE, but this is about what it looked like the last time I shared it:
Forgive the grainy fuzzy photos. I took all of these with my phone.
That was in August of last year. The tall dresser with the fabric on the drawers sold as well as the two side table with the same fabric, and this pretty dresser moved in:
You’ll notice the oval coffee table with the French graphics is still there though. Keep your eye on that one.
That dresser didn’t last long and in came this awesome aqua book case that I stole from a little girl (not true, I swear….sorta):
This kitchen table and chairs made its way in as well…
That was in November. I didn’t go too crazy packing my booth for the Holidays. I chose to slack on it and spend a bit more time enjoying the season.
Lots of things sold while I was slacking, but in January I was back to work. I brought in this dressing table:
Hi oval coffee table, I see you’re still there.
This antique empire dresser also made its way in:
As well as that lamp…loved that lamp!
The dressing table sold and I added a few more new pieces:
Like this Farmhouse Headboard Bench:
And this gorgeous, one-of-my-most-favorite-why-didn’t-I-keep it pieces moved in as well, this Antique Cabinet:
The crab dresser only lasted a couple of days and the empire dresser sold as well. You can see the shutter cabinet sold too.
Then I brought in this pretty Frenchy Dresser (which started out yellow):
(See what’s hiding behind the bench?)
This pretty blue dresser is still hanging around too. I love this piece. It makes the booth look good so I don’t mind, but do you see all the white pieces that have come and gone while this blue beauty remains?
That chalkboard on top actually came from Kirklands. The mirror that was there had broken, so they were selling it at a deep discount. I snatched it up and painted a chalkboard there instead, then added a little blue detail. It didn’t last long.
Then I came into this after a busy weekend…
Looks like I was robbed ha ha. I quickly got it back in order though. And soon after, the dresser with the numbers sold, as well as that cane back chair to the left and my sweet lamp.
And this is pretty much how it looks now. I moved the blue dresser back over to where it was before.
My space extends to the right of the dresser about six feet. This table and chairs set was hiding over there, so I brought that up front.
Chalkboards sell well for me and make great fillers. This is what I’ve been working on recently:
To see how I make my chalkboards, visit this post HERE.
That sweet vintage table was a Facebook online yard sale group purchase. I intended to use it in my own space, but it was much too small for where I wanted to use it, so here it is. The paint job on it was a hot mess though, so I gave it fresh paint.
This fun vintage suitcase was a curbside find. It has been hanging around a little longer than I thought it would, but like the blue dresser, it looks cute in the booth.
Can you see what’s missing???
Nope…here it is…
It will find its new home in time. Eventually everything does. 🙂
If you have a booth or are looking to open a booth, you may enjoy this post also:
Hope you enjoyed this little field trip to my booth today. If you’re ever in Virginia Beach, Virginia, look me up at the Virginia Beach Antique Mall. 🙂
If you missed move-in day at my booth, you can see that HERE.
Have a fantastic day!!
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