Saturday, March 27, 2010

Our APRIL Market is 'just around the corner'

We're still painting, cleaning and primping~ Todays' photos are just an appetizer - watch for so many more in the coming days. We're getting everything ready for you~ we can't wait to have you here, having a great time!

Our locally hand-knit baby hats are waiting, sporting their spring colors and motifs~

Colors have brightened and lightened up~

Those are green bird hooks gathered in the round pan. We have several column bases, some of them cast iron.

Cigar boxes, one decoupaged inside/out in a Martini theme~

I'm in love with this chest. The top lifts - it's actually a cedar-lined chest with one drawer on the bottom. That's a big round mirror on the floor behind, creating the half-moon effect.

Chalkboards - the one in front is a deep tray

This chest wears its original old paint - in the color we're constantly challenged to replicate~

Fluted column; with base

Glittered Eiffels hang from the Atelier gazebo top in different colors. (And, another chance for you to see our old tin ceiling in the Atelier)

Glass, for sure~

Still in setup mode everywhere here, look at that old dresser!

Old frame with convex glass - take away the relatives and add your own photos. Easy to change out often~

Old tiered plant stand. White iron grillwork door in background.

This wicker settee with cushions is sturdy and comfortable ($39 complete).

Tip: grouping by color makes sense of all this stuff~
You can't see the true perfect blue/green of these framed wood lattice pieces. I can think of about 10 uses for them here, but they won't stay that long~


Awesome long shelf with corbel brackets. Hung, and waiting for final tuneup and paint touchup~


Architectural bed piece, ready to hang as a focal point in your home~Closeup of the detail - gorgeous~

Welcome! APRIL MARKET HOURS: Tues Mar 30, 9-12; Wed Mar 31, 9-2; Thu-Fri-Sat April 1-2-3, 9-5; closed Sunday April 4. Watch for more photos~ TERESA

1 comment:

MrFlannery said...

It looks beautiful Teresa. Makes one think of coming home. Good luck on the market.

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