Thank you for all of your kind words on my last post! I think I’ve responded to all of you! We are excited about this next step and I can’t wait to share with you more about that… I’ll be sure to do a complete before and after tour before we start packing up… but for now I have all my kitchen and living room chairs at the flip to stage it so our house doesn’t look exactly up to par… but it’s cheaper than paying a staging company. 🙂
This past weekend my mom and I went to the Vintage Bazaar in Salisbury, MA. We were the guests of Coastal Windows & Exteriors (they installed our four new windows in the living room and master closet last year). They were the sponsors for the event and we managed to get there just in time to see a demo at the CW&E booth with Cari from Cash & Cari on HGTV. She was using her new paint to paint Coastal Windows & Exteriors new paintable door.
I got to go up and paint the door, Cari’s paint was dynamite. It was far smoother than any paint I’ve ever used.
After we watched Cari we walked around the market… it was fun but in all honesty I had more fun at the Christmas show because there was more variation in the booths.
I love the look of giant groupings… and a cluster of used baseballs where each has a story is no exception. Wouldn’t a display like this look so cute in a little boy’s room (until he decided to throw them everywhere :))?
I got to meet Danielle from Finding Silver Pennies at her booth. She had the cutest beachy items!
For some bizarre reason all the links in this post aren’t working. To check out more about anything that I mentioned in the post check out these links:
Coastal Windows & Exteriors: http://mycoastalwindows.com/
Cash & Cari: www.repurposeshop.com/
Danielle from Finding Silver Pennies: www.findingsilverpennies.com/
Hope all of you are having a great weekend! Here’s what is up on the blog next week: our bathroom with a new paint job, curtains and stool for the kids (I brought in some color to our house!!!) and an update on the flip… you guys, it’s really coming along! It is looking amazing!