My mom and I spent some time sprucing up my booth at The Pickers Market last week. It took several trips and both cars but we were able to give the entire space a fresh feel. I’ve been restocking throughout out the holiday season but being out of town so much really made it tough to keep up with everything. I’m totally excited we were able to give it a little bit of love. It really felt like old times working together creatively again.
This 9-drawer dresser is a relatively new piece. I painted it over Thanksgiving I just haven’t had a chance to share the process with you guys yet.
I brought in a good about of new smalls. January and February are usually hit or miss when it comes to being able to find things so I made sure to stockpile this year.
I picked up this old school desk over the summer while shopping for Loblolly Manor.
I was able to match the table and chairs from a mix of furniture that was in my dining room and office. I love all of the white in my space now.
This display unit that S made me last year holds so many things I’m going to keep using it again this year too.
I’m looking for another dresser to take the place of the old ironing board. For now, it’s a creative take on a picture ledge since it’s holding the layers of mirrors.
I can’t believe this desk hasn’t sold yet. I’m kind of leaning toward painting it French Linen or Paris Grey. It’s going to be hard to cover up that beautiful wood so I’m still on the fence.
You may recognize the menu board from the back porch makeover. It was hard to let go of but I know someone else is going to love it as much as I do.
I’m really excited to add elements of nature into the space this year. It’s one of my goals for the booth and at home too.
The store is going through a lot of changes right now. I know sometimes change can be a bit scary but it feels like the whole store is going through a rebirth. January is all about a fresh start and I’m so glad this space got a fresh start too.
See you guys back here tomorrow. It’s time to say Goodbye January, Hello February. What a month!