August 9, 2012

Booth Design Finds

Tuesday afternoon I drove about 20 miles away to a large antique mall. About two hours later here was what I left with, I really picked through and shopped around the different booths. I ended up only purchasing from two different sellers, one was having a 70% off sale and the other was just priced right. 
The dish I ended up getting at 70% off and fits well with my other milk glass pieces, think I paid less than $8. The wooden slate box was $12 and it folds up too. I'm going to use this to display either my necklaces or earrings.
That train case was $10. Couldn't pass it up although I don't think it will serve much more than a visual in my booth. The two crates are in bad shape, I need to reinforce them to insure they hold up through the show. I got one for $13 and the other was $24. I spent a little more on these because I can use them in my apartment afterwards.
The wooden mail divider I actually got at a thrift store for $3. I'm not sure how I'm going to use it yet or if it will make its way into my booth design. Any ideas??
And that was my haul. Spent about $75 which was more than I was hoping but I'm done with the large pieces I need. Now I'll be shopping around my mom's house and our basement for the remainder of the materials. What do you think? These fit the Indie & Chic look? Any other ideas?

1 comment:

  1. I love this post - you got some really beautiful objects and I'd love to get my hands on some crates to paint up and restore!! Can't wait to see how you use them :) x