Since we had a booth at this show, I only had time to snap a few pictures. The ones I like remind me either of the beauty of old worn-out things, or of spring. Which I believe is right around the corner.
Here is something that made me smile: the close proximity of teal, red and yellow. And the old fishing pole. There is something hopeful about all this color among the grays and browns.
This is a close-up of our white piano cabinet, made from a turn-of-the-century Franklin. My husband found these 1899 newspaper clippings inside the piano.
The top our our 1916 piano. The blocks are from a century barn. They make great pedestals.
A favorite display at Histories' booth.
Some of the beautiful jewelry at Mimi-toria's, my friend Gretchen's booth.
For all those who stopped by to say hi and see our booth, thank you!