Antique Sale FUN!!

May 11th, 2009 in projects     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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A lovely vintage wicker sofa with a coffee table I made out of a dresser top and the bottom of an iron bench.
Another view of the booth.
China Hutch and misc. treasures.
This enamel table went in the first 15 minutes.
Check out the little chairs in the right hand corner that flip into little tables...found these on the way to set up!
The columns I made and an old wood burning laundry stove...made to heat irons.
Still have a bit left
Looking a llittle bare at the end of the first day. Restocked for Sunday and did well too!
A lovely vintage wicker sofa with a coffee table I made out of a dresser top and the bottom of an iron bench.

A lovely vintage wicker sofa with a coffee table I made out of a dresser top and the bottom of an iron bench.


Since I showed you all the projects, I thought you might like to see how things turned out for me at the sale. I liked the way everything came togeher at the set up, but since it was such a success it looked a little bare by the end of the day...not that I am complaining!!! It was really nice to see everyone out having a good time and feeling a little more positive about the economy. I know we have a long way to go but there may be a light at the end of this long dark tunnel.


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Comments (18)

rosejunker2009 writes: What a nice job, it looks so beautiful, love your stuff!!!!

Posted: 11:27 am on May 27th
alicemom writes: Geo,
I love the booth. I love all your stuff! Sorry I could not be there. I liked the way you did the valance. It was all so wonderful! Another thanks for inspiring us!!!!!
Smiles, Alice Posted: 6:30 pm on May 25th
CottageElements writes: What a great booth, Georgia! So many wonderful things. Love the columns, the funky wire chairs, the gate . . . I could go on and on. Wish California wasn't so far from MN! Thanks for giving us a peek!

Lani Posted: 12:53 am on May 13th
JunkArchitect writes: Georgiamoon you’re the best…I’ll take it! Old hose reels are one of my favorite pieces of junk. Once again, you’re booth was fantastic.

Jim Posted: 11:31 pm on May 12th
junkermidge writes: Thank you for sharing pictures from your sale. Everything looks great and it's so inspiring and helpful to see what others do with their spaces. Love your stuff, it's little wonder that you sold so much of it. Congrats.
Midge Posted: 8:50 am on May 12th
fellowjunker writes: Sooooooo fun to see all your fabulous treasures Geo!!! Wish I was there!!
xojanis Posted: 12:02 am on May 12th
georgiamoon writes: Thanks everyone for the wonderful comments. I was pretty happy with the way things went but that usually happens at this show. The crowds are amazing and the "Speckled Hens" do a fantastic job to make it fun and profitable for all. Antiquesuzy, I am sorry but I did sell the lightening rod, it was a good one. Jim, you my friend are in luck, I still have the hose reel, so if you want it..it's yours. Email me and we can work something out. Thanks again everyone, Georgia Posted: 4:57 pm on May 11th
tomatosisters writes: Love your Stuff!!! And your displays!!! Wish my living room would like that!! Posted: 4:22 pm on May 11th
crazymomluvsjunk writes: You know I love it! Wish I could be there in person to see it! Posted: 3:20 pm on May 11th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Your space looks wonderful, Georgia! How fun! I'm so happy to hear how well things went.

Candy Posted: 3:19 pm on May 11th
antiquesuzy writes: Hi Georgia..do you still have the horse weathervane and if you do how much is it and would you ship to Pa. thanks suzy Posted: 2:56 pm on May 11th
texasjunkermom writes: Beautiful views of the great stuff in your booth. I'd love to go shopping there, but would definitely spend too much!! Your booth is so full of so much it's hard to pick out any one thing--you really do have a gift for displaying things to the best advantage. Glad you did well. Posted: 11:34 am on May 11th
monakent writes: I couldn't agree more with the comments before me. Your displays are wonderful. The total overall look entices buyers to come in and buy!!! So glad to hear you did well. Congratulations. gailmarie Posted: 11:32 am on May 11th
shabbychick writes: Geo - beautiful display and great stuff! Those little stool/chairs are fun - and that hose reel hiding by the table is very cool! So glad you did so well! Fun, fun, fun!!

Take care, Kathy Posted: 9:50 am on May 11th
JunkArchitect writes: Wow! Georgiamoon…what great merchandising. You definitely know what you’re doing when it comes to putting a booth together. You have so many cool pieces especially the hose reel I see in the background. Do you still have it?

Jim
Posted: 9:39 am on May 11th
suewhitney writes: Looks like a great booth, Geo! Awesome job!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:23 am on May 11th
oldnews writes: Your things are beautiful, and the way they are displayed - Wow! No wonder you did so well! Marie Posted: 9:19 am on May 11th
LuAnn writes: You did a great job. Loved it all!

LuAnn Posted: 6:42 pm on May 8th
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