Monday, April 4, 2016

My New Southside Booth


 Here it is!  My first haul of stuff for my new booth at Yellow Moon Antique Mall.  I was only able to get in what would fit in The Beast... you can see how loaded down it was HERE.






 That fencing that the ribbons are hanging on was purchased from a commercial laundromat auction I went to.








The space definitely still needs some work.  I'm going to try to get some more stuff to the space this weekend.  My first day in I sold a window, a shutter, and a few other pieces!  It nearly paid the rent already!  So what do you think?  What would make it more appealing?

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10 comments:

  1. I had to click to enlarge the pics to see all the goodies. I would buy every single thing in your booth. In fact every single thing is in MY booth. Too bad we cannot be next to each other in the same mall. We would be one big selling machine! Do you get to use the rafters?

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  2. I looks pretty appealing to me! Lots of great treasures. Love the display pieces and there's lots of different colors to break it up.

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  3. Looking good! Love the way you're using those old crates for display. Thanks for sharing at Talk of the Town.

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  4. Your space looks great. Good luck in your new digs.

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  5. Thanks for sharing your booth with SYC - wish I could shop there!

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  6. I love how you displayed things. Wish I could shop it. Thanks for sharing with us on Thursday Favorite Things.
    Cheers,
    Jennifer

    http://awellstyledlife.com

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  7. I think it's looking great Melissa. Had to click pictures to see all of the vintage goodness! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  8. I think it looks pretty fantastic as is, Melissa--you filled it up pretty quickly, but then I know you have loads of merch, so I shouldn't be surprised :) Congrats on your new space and thanks so much for partying with us at Vintage Charm--

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