Took the farm table over to my booth yesterday, and I finally remembered to take along my camera. Here are a couple pictures from my space...
Wooden Chalkboard Toolbox
Can you believe the pink dresser is still there...I thought it would be the first thing to sell. It would be such a shame if I had to bring it home and keep it!
Spot the toddler? He's my Design Coordinator...
I'm still trying to figure out what buyers are really looking for here...I'm not from the area where my booth is located, so I'm not familiar with the demographic there.
Maybe I'm expecting too much too soon, but it seems like the things that are more my style (rusty, industrial, farmhouse) are getting more interest in my Etsy store. I'm still deciding whether to try to sell my large items there. I'm a little intimidated by trying to ship big furniture. Anyone have any experience with this?
Would you change your "style" to fit with a shop, or would you try to find a shop that better fits your style? Did you find that your booth became more successful after a couple months? I chose this shop because the owner allows and encourages repurposing and upcycling, which is something I had trouble finding in other shops. I'd love any advice you have to offer (on this or anything you see here).
Thanks so much!!
take care -