The doors of the shop are closed. Oh, I’m still keeping it – as long as I can pay the rent – for the central hub. The place to take things before they go out to a booth and to take pictures and pack and ship. And to work on stuff. Dare I say… paint furniture? That’s in the plan. We’ll see. There’s still plenty of stock at the shop, too. I truly don’t have to shop for awhile, but of course, I will.
When I first heard that there were thoughts of a new local antique mall, I couldn’t get over there fast enough to claim my spot. I was the first. Had my pick of all the spaces, so I chose a bright, well lit room. The beginnings of arranging are here and the empty room is in this post.
So here is how it looked the first day open. Click on the pictures to see a larger view.
It amazes me how so many of the big things aren’t there now. Just a week later. If you didn’t read about the opening, peek at the post before this one.
If you’re interested in any of the small things you see, most are in my Etsy shop and on the web site.
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