Friday, January 23, 2009

Booth Pictures

It always amazes me how you can take a blank slant and make it come to life. I love my booth and I hope it does well. The people in Shelbyville are so nice. Jane the mall owner is great to work with. The mall next door, The Ruby Rooster is filled to the brim with cool stuff, and Glenda the mall owner is so sweet!

I pulled several things out of the green room at the house to put in the booth, so if you see something familiar that's why. Hope you enjoy looking as much as I enjoyed decorating!




























Theresa

30 comments:

lovesoldstuff said...

WOW! Your booth looks great! I would love to shop there.
Lisa

time-worn interiors said...

If you left me a comment this morning please leave it again! For some reason when I hit publish the comments disappeared. I am so sorry! I know their was three comments. I'm not sure what is up with my computer. I am changing my settings. Again I am so sorry! Every single comment is important to me!
Theresa

Cheryl said...

Theresa, Your booth pictures are awesome! I would so love to shop there ...if only I lived closer! I especially love the architectural pieces! Have you ever sold on ebay? I would love to buy some of your great finds!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Girl.... your booth looks fabulous.!! I'm loving the chandy.. and so many other things you have displayed. Thanks for sharing darling.hugs ~lynne~

Anita said...

ADORABLE! I will definitely stop on my summer raod trip this year. I LOVE the table cloth skirt- so frou- frou. Tell me about it a little?

Anita

trash talk said...

Amazing how much can be crammed into a small space by the hands of an artist. Tn'T

Rene' said...

Bravo! I love your style and the booth looks wonderful. Best of luck.

High Desert Diva said...

Looks fantastic!

I'm drooling over those corbels. And that tablecloth has finally given me an idea of what to do for this year's Hospice Christmas tree auction tree skirt. Thanks!

patricia@ReFind Home&Garden said...

HEY GIRLFRIEND, I HAVE MISSED YOU SOOOOO MUCH! I AM SO HAPPY ABOUT YOUR BOOTH. IT IS BEAUTIFUL AS ONLY YOU CAN MAKE IT. YOU ARE MY INSPIRATION. KEEP THOSE PICS COMING. AND HOW MUCH IS THAT PAPER MACHE MANNEQUIN I JUST FOUND MYSELF DROOLING OVER. SHE IS TOO CUTE. XOXO, PATRICIA

The Feathered Nest said...

Pure MAGIC!!!! Theresa...you have way with things like none other! Just gorgeous and I'm sure that you'll do wonderful ~ have a great weekend, xxoo, Dawn

Sweet Repose said...

I gladly share the title 'Queen of Cram' with you...it's beautiful, as I knew it would be...you da man Theresa!!!

luv ya gal...s

Unique Unique Design said...

It looks beautiful Theresa. Hope you do fabulous. Out of curiosity what Smitten blog are you on. These ladies said they don't have one up yet. If you need a place to stay for your Texas trip, I've got one! Smile
marcie

bella shabby said...

Hi Theresa , I could go on and on about how absolutly gorgeous your booth is. I would wish you the best of luck on your new venture but you won't be needing any. :0)

Unique Unique Design said...

Ok, just wanted to make sure I wasn't going nuts. LOL (either that or they are alot faster at getting a blog going than we were!)
marcie

debrasvintagedesigns said...

Hi Theresa,
Just wanted to FINALLY make a "comment". You are my #1 design inspiration. I always look forward to your posts... Loved the feature on your home in Country Living. You have a great talent. Thanks for always giving all of us out in blogland something to look forward to!!
Debra from Leola's Antiques

Sweet Repose said...

Speaking of cabin fever...had it bad today too..went to CV and bought a BUNCH of smalls today and burrr was it cold. Gonna be minus 17 tomorrow...did I say argh!!!

Saw Mark and Liz there, got some great stuff outta her booth...as usual, I just love those two, what a pair!

Just wanted to hear you sigh...later sissy!

s

countrycharisma said...

Awesome! The booth that is. It is very nice and displays so well. Love the architectural pieces. You really know how to put it all together; a great gift! Good luck to you and hope you get bookoos of buyers!

Beth Leintz said...

Magic! Love how you mix primitive and elegant like the velvet chair and metal topped table- you've got it going on!

lorhen82 said...

Your displays are beautiful!!! ~Lori

ALVN of WhisperWood Cottage said...

I'm sure it does well because you decorate it so beautifully! I could move into your booth! :)

Amy

The Victorian Parlor said...

Wow! Great stuff! Wish you were closer so I could shop there! You did a marvelous job with the booth-it looks beautiful!

Maison Douce said...

Oh, my goodness, everything looks amazing!! I would soooo love to go shopping there!! You are truly a master at creating wonderful vignettes... What an inspiration!
Isabel

sepiadreams said...

Ok, I'm loving your booth! Wow! did you do the table cover? Is it just fabric that is gathered and clipped with rhinestones...Love it!!!

delighted heart said...

I LOVE IT ALL! Where's the truck keys!
LOL
Patti

lifespassion said...

Your booth is absolutely stunning! I stumbled upon your blog thru various junking sites (you know, you can just keep going and going and going thru sites) and was very impressed. I am drooling over the loving cup and salvage along with everything else! I have two antique booths and they are not nearly as classy as yours. Wish you were closer so I could visit. Love your style!

My Cottage Dream said...

It looks wonderful!! I want one of everything!!LOL!!

Artsy Fartsy said...

Oh my gosh, what a great booth!! Thanks for sharing your pictures! Your blog is great!

lvroftiques said...

Hi Theresa! I found your blog through Chrissy at the apothacary shop. Your booth space looks wonderful! Add me to the list of those who wish they could shop there! I too want one of everything! *winks* Can't wait to read more from you. Vanna

The Apiary said...

I love the table cloth..

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Stunning.