I also spent
This is the "before."
And the other side.
Of course, first I had to pull almost everything out and start again. I worked to find a spot for the yellow table, and as I picked it up to move it, noticed the "Sold" sign on it!
Never mind finding it a new spot! So, I'd move and set things, step back and decide to move them someplace else. This went on for some time.
I moved the round table to the center of the back wall and made the kitchen display there. I think it came out pretty good!
I think the star of the display is the bread box I painted with Miss Mustard Seed milk paint in Tricycle Red that I got from Petticoat Junktion. Before I figured out what to do with this bread box, I got carried away priming it and sprayed the inside with primer. Then I realized that maybe people wouldn't want to put food inside of a freshly painted piece. It spent the rest of the summer in the garage, until inspiration hit!
The box doesn't HAVE to be used for bread, it could be used to store/display condiments on a table or any other thing. So, I decoupaged some pages from a vintage recipe magazine that had red accents in it to the inside.
The display has a variety of kitchenware, cups, canisters and bowls in my favorite color combination. I hope the customers find it refreshing too!
The rest of the merchandise was rearranged as well. I have to pay attention to the large window in my booth. As much as the natural light is wonderful, I cannot put anything that might fade near it. That includes upholstered furniture, lampshades or paper items. The price tags on the things that have been in the window have bleached out already! So it took some time to accommodate everything while protecting items from the sun.
The last two wieners are hiding under the stenciled table. The footstools are now on top of the wooden ironing board.
"Cheryl's" red Asian table (so named because she is trying to convince me to mail it to her!) stand on one of LaVon's oak side tables that really needs a white paint job. The blue accent table sits on the matching oak table.
Items were moved around on the bookcase, and the blue record table took up residence in front of the window.
Not much changed on the vanity, except I moved the lamp there after selling the original lamp that started out on the vanity.
I am now ready (okay, not really!) for the start of a new year. It will probably take me until March before I remember to write 2013 instead of 2012, but someday it will become automatic. I am hoping for a good year at LaVon's, and have a bunch of ideas rolling around in my otherwise empty head.
Here's to 2013!!