Tuesday, December 3, 2013

New Changes at Aunt Maudie's Attic

     We have a new announcement to make at Aunt Maudie's Attic in Seguin, Texas-- we've added a new booth.  A fellow vendor who had the front window space (across from the Curious Boys) moved to another town so we got her space along with the space we already have (which is/was packed to the gills!).
       Since we're the view a customer sees when they look to the right upon entering the shop, we put our awesome primitive, chippy cupboard and a buck (that wasn't so lucky) to great our customers.
      As you round the corner, we used one of my favorite finds this summer, an industrial wire rack to show off some of our industrial goods and give a little peak inside the booth.
   Inside the booth we added some vintage garden metal like this fantastic turquoise motel chair.  Just barely in camera view is our cool cast aluminum love seat.
    A cute vintage blow mold Santa and rusty metal "fun" also aline the inside of our space.
     In case you didn't 'bag' the BIG one this year, we'll let you buy this one and claim you did! (we promise not to tell!) :)

   We took advantage of newly created room in our original booth to add this fun pale yellow vanity and the awesome mirror above it.
                                     We still have lots of great vintage Christmas items for sale.
         We put an old screen door on the back wall to showcase Elaine's son, Dan Reinhard's fantastic coat racks he created with antique bead board, reclaimed from a train depot being torn down.
Another new piece in our old booth is this cool shelf made from old pallet wood.

This is a different view of our new space.

We hope if you're in the Seguin, Texas area you'll stop by Aunt Maude's Attic
and shop with all the wonderful vendors at the shop.
     (We want to give a BIG shout out and thanks to Glenn and Joe AKA The Curious Boys for helping us with our booth! We love you guys!)

Betsy and Elaine