I redid my small booth.
I'm getting it ready for a Cowboy Christmas.
|7', 4 paneled stained glass window.|
|Displayed in my booth.|
|I started with this vintage ornament.|
|I assembled this rosette by folding, accordian style, |
3 pages of vintage sheet music, then glue gunning them together.
|I cut out the center of a foil doily and attached it to the rosette, |
then attached the ornament to that.
|This is an iron cross attached to another |
doily center and large rosette.
|I'm not sure if I like the large or small rosettes best. What do you think?|
|I love this little table. It's a "Tailgate"|
table for a 1940's "Woody" station wagon.
It folds up into a little square.
|Here's the screen.|
|The cupboard on the wall sold in two days. |
Now I have to find something else to hang.
That should be the only problem I have in life, right?
|Embossed Orchids on a green ground|
|I forgot, I also added a daguerrotype photo to the bottom of the box.|
|White on white is very cold looking. oooohhhh!|
|a nice metal 2 tiered table, and dairy crates|
|This is an old wooden root vegetable bin. It hangs on the wall.|
|side view of wall veggie bin|
|I nice and heavy pedestal in front of a really funky metal cabinet|
with car oil advertisements.
|Eames resin chair and bookcase/table lamp|
|1940's Mexicana fabric design|
|30's silver tea set|
|A 50's "Wonder Bread" printed sunsuit set.|
|Fabulous wire hanging|
|1930's fabric design|
|This is a Lazlo print. I adore this print.|
|A Typical 1960's living room suite|
|I love this Calder-like lamp|
|love this lamp and chair|
|This room design was on the cover of a1960's edition of the LATimes Magazine. |
The museum curators reproduced the exact room, right down to the smallest detail.
I shot this at the same angle as the original.
|great graphics on this fabric|