Instrumental in getting our major set up done was Elaine's son, Dan Reinhard (in the aqua shirt in the above picture) who graciously took off a day of work to help us set up our tent. My vision was to have our tent be like a French Brocante (or flea market), where people could wonder through our pathways to see the different wares we were offering. We have such diversity in our stash, I thought maybe (just maybe) this would give it some assemblance of order! I had one lady comment half way through the show that it reminded her of a French Flea Market, so I tried to contain the Happy Dance in front of her but gushed to Elaine.......... At least someone "gets it"!
These are pictures of our vintage, industrial, primitive section. The cool work table with the aqua drawers sold and nearly all the deer horns sold.
We also had our painted furniture section which got switched around some after selling some pieces.
|In this picture, we sold quite a bit. The little green table and the primitive aqua cupboard. Also the white bureau sold and the frame on the blue table found a new home.|
This gorgeous buffet in Annie Sloan Paris grey sold.
A new home was found for this camel top wardrobe.
We had a red section which included Christmas treasures.
Our most popular category was garden and patio metal, in particular, chairs. We sold three sets, plus several solo chairs and one glider and bird cages.
We're already on the lookout for vintage patio furniture and accents for the Spring! So look out... we're on the prowl!
Thanks for "coming" along on my tour of our Vintage Brocante Show.