Lynne is the owner, who has relocated from New Hampshire. She didn't even advertise for vendors and was almost full at opening time which was this past Friday.
We basically gave our space a "primitive-vintage" theme, with several fabulous pieces of primitive cabinets.
The first picture is our flagship piece that Elaine's son, Dan bought at a local auction. He added the beadboard back and reinforced it and we left it the gorgeouse orginal aqua finish.
This mid century buffet has some beautiful bakelite drawer pulls. The great egg baskets on top were purchased from a dealer couple from Iowa.
This is part of Glory B's space. I always am in awe of Beverly's style with Glory B's. Her vignettes are drop dead gorgeous!
I WANT this cubby, but I think it's for display only!! (hangs head and puffs out lip in sadness! ha!)
And then there are the Curious Boys... I'll let the pictures do the talking....
Theresa Cano with Garden Antqs Vintage got those 2 great gold stacking tables.
This metal display thing is a wow item to me and the wire grid thingy in front of it is fab.
These donut-like rings are made from out rusty metal ducting (I think). Love them.
Our "neighbor", Sarah has fantastic frames at great prices.
This is the top half of our other piece of furniture, a chippy kitchen cupboard with pull out bins at the bottom.
We hope if you are in the area of Seguin, Texas, you'll make a stop at Aunt Maudie's Attic at 519 Austin St..
Betsy and Elaine