I just put this buffet/side board cabinet in at Eastown Antiques. It is the first cabinet I have done like this and it is made of repurposed furniture and architectural items. The back is two doors joined together and the front is half of an old kitchen table.
We have also had much discussion about our business in the last few weeks. After much hand wringing we have decided to not do Kane this weekend and we we most likely not doing Grayslake next weekend. We have having much success here in our home area of west Michigan and feel that the addition cost of doing the shows in Chicago has not been off set by additional revenue. So like all good busy people we must make changes that have a greater benefit for us. The hard part of this is that we will miss the many good people we have meet at these show. The many dealers and clients will be greatly missed. We can not say enough good about Rubarb Reign and all the help Joe and Sandy have been in doing these shows and introducing us to the right people.
We will have future anouncements about some new shows we will be doing and some expanding in antique mall spaces as we can break the news.