Since we closed our booth last month, I've been asked several times about where we can be found now. In short, we are no longer located in a permanent space and will be concentrating our efforts on upcoming Vintage Markets and Shows.
We are so excited to announce that we will once again be at The Lucketts Spring Market at the Old Lucketts Store in May! We debated about doing this again since the weather has been a bit of an issue the last few years....but we are holding strong that this year will be beautiful! Plus......IT'S LUCKETTS! The dates are May 15-17, 2015 (yes, they added a day this year!!). This event has grown tremendously over the years and we are so proud to be a part of it again.
A glimpse of our tent last year.
See the "pond" in the distance? That was the result of a LOT of rain the week of and during the set up days. It's actually one of their parking lots.
We are also hoping to be a vendor again at The Vintage Home Market which is held inside one of the event buildings at the Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, VA. This is one of my favorites shows to do and we are so lucky to live really close. Plus, it's indoors and rain only seems to bring in more people. Their Spring dates are May 2 & 3, 2015.
As soon as our basement is finished.....I will start my shopping and stashing for May. I also plan to begin offering pieces for sale through our on-line store - Coming Soon! I'm excited to fine-tune our business to include creating one-of-a-kind pieces and to be able to interact directly with our customers through these sales and the Vintage Markets. This was something I dearly missed when renting spaces in antique malls.
As for the basement.....I'm seriously aiming to be finished by this weekend!! Fingers crossed. It is taking so much longer - and Dean and I goofed off a little this past weekend.....but I did get him to work a little. :)
I made a horrendous mess down there today - my Wagner Paint Sprayer does NOT like Paint + Primer paint....so I'm hoping to finish the ceiling Thursday after I get a different paint. I planned to finish the ceiling first, but then we decided we wanted to do beadboard....then we priced......so.....it's paint for now.... My goal is to finish the basement for under $300.00 and I seriously think it will come in much lower.
I really hope the next post about the basement will be the final reveal! I can't take much more of this. :) I think my blood pressure raised a little today trying to get not one.....but TWO paint sprayers to work.
The life of a DIYer....
The life of a DIYer....
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