Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Spring Fever @ Bluedoor Antique Mall in Grand Rapids

Dan & I both are gardeners so we especially love this time of year - spring, when all things are new again.
We have been busy bees and today added lots of product to our booth at Bluedoor. Bluedoor is one of the malls that we are in here in Grand Rapids. I loved these 1940's diner white ironstone creamers that Dan found recently at an auction. We filled a few of them with springy greens and flowers.
This bright cottage turquoise has been a good seller for us no matter what Dan paints it on. It's the deeper end of the sea glass color pallet.
I talked in one of the previous blogs about the antique prints that we purchased at the last Grays Lake Flea Market. We framed some of them with the picture frames that Dan makes from old house trim. The birds and the bees - oh opps the butterflies!
And just a few more pictures of some of the fun seasonal product and Dan's creations.
OK now, back to work! my head is full of ideas yet to be created. I gotta  lot of work to do to keep up with Dan :> he's on a ROLL!


Anita said...

Wow- it all looks awesome! Good time to be on a roll. I too seem to have had a switch turned on and am in the design process for a French potager...my prolific vegetable garden is going to classier digs...so gotta make those wooden supports- complete with finials. It will take me a couple days- Dan couple have them put together in a couple hours. Such talent!

VanDaff's Interior Design & Antiques said...

Good to hear from you! We miss seeing you and all the good people we meet at the Chicago shows. Dan

cityfarmer said...

don't you just love love love grasys???

everything I buy from that market re-sells!

joy frey-waltmire

marta said...

Your booth looks great and our new furniture is awesome! When Dan gets a chance can he call me, don't have his number and Sandra left on a 2 week vacation, so I see about my island!

Or I'll be at the store tomorrow