New Furniture Pieces in Booth!

The past month has been a whirlwind! My house has been completely transformed into a workshop. I had no idea how busy I was going to be. I've sold more in the last three weeks than in the last 6 months! I owe it all to the owners of University Pickers, Paul and Katherine. They have been so good to me. They believe in me and like my stuff and they don't want to kick me out when my booth is empty. ;)  They promote me which has made a huge difference in getting my pieces seen and sold!

Here is a pic of what my booth looks like right now


I just put the new dining set in. I was a little nervous because it was so different from the farmhouse table and French Provincial chairs. However, people love it! Yay! 

I also added a gate-leg table that I absolutely love! I stained the top dark and the bottom is in country grey chalk paint. It has a curvy top that is sooo pretty.



I also have 2 twin upholstered headboards and a queen size upholstered headboard. These look much better in person. I took the pic of the large headboard with my phone and the color is off. The top is really not green. It is painted in Country Grey, same as the gate-leg table.





I also have a small round side table painted in Chateau Grey that I forgot to take a pic of. You can see a glimpse of the table in the left on the gate-leg table pic. I am going to start taking before and after pics. I know I have said that before. But this time I promise!

New items I have to paint are a French Provincial hutch, a BIG secretary (what was I thinking kind of big), and a sweet little vanity over 100 years old. I will also be sharing tips on what I am learning about running a creative business.




8 comments:

  1. Hi Angie! Your pieces are beautiful, I love those headboards:). YOur blog is so lovely, now following! Have a great weekend, Jen

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    1. Hi Jen! Thank you so much for visiting! I absolutely LOVE to visit your blog. I hop over there all the time to see your latest projects and look at all of your beautiful photos of your home. I don't know how you found my little blog but I'm so glad you did! :)

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  2. So gorgeous! Your choice of finishes is exquisite! Love your blog...now following you on Facebook.

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    1. Thank you Pam! I'm always questioning my choice of finishes. :) Thank you for following. I am now a follower of your blog as well. So many beautiful photos on your blog! I love your style.

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  3. Looks like you have some wonderful pieces to sell in your booth! I love the colors you've used on the futniture.

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    1. Thank you Kelly! Deciding on colors is always the hardest part. Thanks for visiting!

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  4. Well, i must say remodeling, paint can really make a huge difference and such kind of transformation can increase the worth.

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  5. Exactly..! Every time on an occasion we can't purchase a new furniture but easily can remodel it.

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