What's funny is that this weekend we sold lots of big pieces and a number of things in this photo are gone. But other things have been brought in.
Just before we expanded The White Booth, I moved my main booth from a 10x10 to a 10x15 corner booth. Mmmmm. The corner booths are nice! I really tried to convince myself that I was just fine in the cozy little 10x10. It was just too cramped. I asked to be put on the waiting list for a corner booth and amazingly, the one I wanted came open. That's crazy because people are fighting to get a booth at our store. It was meant to be.
As you can see, my main booth is the opposite of The White Booth. This booth is big on color and getting bolder all the time. The White Booth answers one side of my personality - the desire to be clean and neat and pure and sweet. But this booth is the real me. Bohemian and wild and changing all the time. This photo was taken right after I got everything moved. The next day I tweaked and made some nice improvements. This angle is not my favorite. Ninety-nine percent of our customers approach the booth from the opposite direction. I set up the booth with that in mind.
This enamel top table
The stool in the photo above is another recent redo. I painted it with chalk paint. It sold quickly, too.
By the way, those things on top of the wall are not mine. They are my neighbor's - Kathy. She's also one of The White Booth girls. Someone asked if those things bothered me or if I wanted to use the ledge. The answers are no and no. I don't like putting things up high where they are hard to reach. Hard to reach = hard to sell. Kathy can have that ledge! By the way, one of these days I need to show photos of her booth. It's wonderful. Her booth is also a corner booth. It's set up more open than mine towards the center aisle, but customers are approaching her booth from a different angle. The customers in our store tend to start on the right side of the store and work around. I think it's very important to know where your customers will be when they first notice your booth.
That's all for now.