Post by ladywendolyn on Nov 27, 2016 16:41:28 GMT -8
My trailer work has been put on hold as I received an offer on a book I wrote and so, I have been focusing on that, which in the end will pay for the rest of my restoration. However, I had already committed to take part in a Vintage Fair, and my girlfriend and I had dreamed up a little booth called Vintage Sisters. Here is a couple of photos of our shop at the event. I was able to purge some of my excess trailer stuff, plus I tried out a technique on a little bar cart that I want to use on my counters. I found a bunch of mid-century starbursts about 1/2 an inch long in gold metallic and I am planning to use them with epoxy and glitter to do an old style counter in my trailer. I restored this cart in turquoise in order to practice. ...
Thats me in the pink apron!
"I don't care how much it cost, I don't care how long it takes. It's a dream and I am doing it right"
Very nice presentation, and I love the collection of things you put together. As much as I bust on the "glamping" aspect, I do enjoy seeing the old and vintage items that all fit together in the old-style themes. It's even nicer that you got a chance to pass along some of the items you won't be using and recoup a little of your investment. That cart is amazing, and just may deserve some space in a thread of its own...just sayin'...
Post by vintagebruce on Nov 27, 2016 21:24:55 GMT -8
You have a great eye for vintage items. I see a lot of items I would love to own, that would be perfect for vintage camper decorating, or in a mid-century modern home for that matter, but I do not see much that I would consider frivolous fru-fru stuff that to me epitomizes glamping. I consider your items high end vintage decorating accessories. And congratulations on the book offer!