Lisa and I are happily busy these days collaborating on a new exciting project. As I don’t have the resources to open a real brick and mortar shop, which is my dream, Lisa has agreed to join me in setting up a booth at a local antique/craft fair in January. Our husbands think it’s an excuse, as if we need one, to collect more junk. But really part of the motivation is to thin out some of our junk, like having a big fancy yard sale; OK, maybe some shopping will be involved.
However, after taking a look around our homes, we were reminded how much we struggle to with part with our precious junk/treasures. So far the things we are willing to let go all need drastic styling and repurposing to make them worthy of our stylish display.
Of course, and this will not surprise anyone, I took a trip through my dad’s barn; as always, I was not disappointed. I found several things that will fit the modern, airy, causal cottage vibe we’re channeling. Again much of the items will need some work to fit our style vision, but with a little elbow grease, paint and fabric and a lot of creativity the random pieces will meld into a cohesive, beautiful collection.
Here’s a sneak peek at how the look of our booth is taking shape…