It's rare that I can get decent photos of an indoor show, but I happened to be across from a big loading door, so there was plenty of natural light while it was still open.
It's also hard to photograph such a chaotic space. It's a lot to pack into a small area, but it looked cute, even if the photos don't show that so well.
You'll notice quite a few new pieces of furniture I haven't shown you yet. Don't worry! They're coming!
Here's most of the space. I actually climbed up and hung stuff from the beams in the ceiling. People thought I was nuts, but I have to have height in my displays!
Yes, I did decide to sell the ironstone set, however it didn't sell at the show. I have it priced at $150 if anyone is interested. . .
Per usual, I had half a dozen people try to buy my AHR sign. I may have to set up an assembly line to make a bunch of these in a cost effective way. We'll see.
These lamps (I have a pair of them) are one of my favorite items I currently have for sale. They got a lot of attention at the show, but they haven't gone home with anyone yet, either.
It was a great show! I can't wait to do it again next year. In fact, I'm even considering taking a trip up north for their June show. . . We'll see.