|Old school desk, suitcases, and yes, my beloved typewriter|
|My red Coleman Cooler is still with me, which I really don't mind since it looks so darn good.|
I would not mind if this hung around for a while. And while I was there setting up, a lady commented on how the aqua enamel pan hanging on the wall had what looks like a peace sign on it.
A little branding - Mad Maine with some Roly Polies and Georges Briard in front.
Old suitcases makes such good (and colorful) organizing containers. Three of these still have keys.
I just picked up these two vintage thermoses this weekend. Such a cute pair!
Swans on canvas. I love having wall space!
Can you tell I love horses? Especially the vintage kinds. I hope others in this area do too.
Embroidered horses. And wall space!
Every vintage space needs its owls. Here is the current gang plus a Mexican owl-wanna-be. (By the way, every owl I put out in my previous booth sold). The owl craze is still kicking in Maine.
Did I mention how much I like having wall space?
More wall space. And I have sort of grown fond of the vintage Madonna looking out over my booth.
Crazy glaze. American psychedelic pottery at its finest.
Dainty stuff too. Supposedly these mirrored trays are big sellers. We'll see.
This shelf has shaman powers. Almost every trinket I have put in it has sold. Let's see how it will do with only mugs. Respect to the shelf.
So there you have it. I am very excited to start life with my new booth. And I hope my old one finds a new love and live happily ever after as well.
So, what do you think? Any ideas on how to make the space nicer-looking with my stuff already in place?
Linking up with Apron Thrift Girl since I did manage to find a couple of things this weekend, which ended up in my new booth.