March 6, 2012

My Second Booth @ Old Bank Antiques

I posted pictures of my front booth at Old Bank Antiques last week.  I had to take a few things by today so I took the camera with fresh batteries this time!! My second booth is in the downstairs area of the old bank building and it’s a little larger than the one upstairs. I found out today that another upstairs booth is going to be available next month – for a split second I considered renting it too -  I have enough to fill it up and G-Man would love to get our garage back!!  We’ll see!

I Have Gotten My Moneys Worth Out Of This White Display Unit
We Just Brought It Down From The Front Booth
We Removed The White Door (on right) From The Top
And Replaced It With Cedar Fence Boards
It Made It Much More Manageable
It Is Crowded In This Booth, But You Have Room To Get Around
Lots Of White -
- And More White
Room For A Couple Of Larger Items On The Bottom Shelf Of The Display
Old Doors Are Just Neat, Aren’t They?
I Sell A Lot Of Empty Vintage Frames
I Can’t Believe I Parted With My Chinoiserie Desk!
In The Foreground Is A Vintage Jenny Lind Youth Bed
I Have A Weakness For Vintage Linens!
Love This Piece!
Great Iron Piece – I May Have To Bring It Back Home
I Would Hang It In The Courtyard
With A Bird’s Nest And A Plant In The Bottom
A Lady Is Interested In This Victrola Cabinet
If She Doesn’t Take It, I Think An ASCP Makeover Is In Order
Jenny Lind Portraits & Low French Cabinet
Side View Of The Display Unit
It Really Holds A Lot Of Stuff
A Canvas Seat Slip Gave New Life To This Old Chair
Handmade Vintage  Fabric Art
There is a lot of white in this booth, so I am linking up with  White Wednesday @ Faded Charm.


  1. have been one busy gal!!! This booth looks wonderful Rhonda. Some of my favorites are the iron planter...vintage linens...that old door and all the milk glass. Did you sell your french dresser?


  2. Just fabulous Rhonda!! Where r u located again?? Email me! If u r anywhere near Gulfshores I wanna know!!

  3. You've got some great pieces, Rhonda! Just when I thought, "ooh, I LIKE that!", I saw the next thing! Great linens and I love the small furniture pieces. Those are always things I think I could find room for somewhere!

  4. I see lots of goodies in there. I'd keep the iron planter, too.

  5. OMGosh Rhonda!!!! You have TWO booths and you're thinking about a third? Well, good for you! I love all your "stuff" the whites and I have two of those Jenny Lind beds that belonged to hubby's granddad. I can't BELIEVE you are parting with that desk!! xo Diana

  6. I'm a little excited, I get to see it in person next week! We'll be in the area!

  7. Hi Rhonda,
    Thanks for stopping by my lil'blog and leaving a sweet comment! There is a translation option on top right-hand side :) Glad you liked my photos!

    Greetings from Australia♥

  8. Wish I lived nearby so I could visit your booths. Looks like a lot of nice things.

  9. I see several things I could buy! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm now following too.

  10. Hi Rhonda,
    Your booth looks amazing! You really have some great pieces.
    We'd love to have you link to WIW and show it off!
    Big hugs,

  11. I love old doors. I got one a few years ago with beautiful robin's egg blue paint (all chippy) for just $5.00 in a old shop in Taylor Texas. My husband turned it into the head board of our king size bed. (perfect fit) Where the door knob hole is he put a piece of carved looks beautiful. When I make that bed I love to think of the loving work my husband did with that old door.

  12. Wow you have some beautiful things. I wish I could do little shopping. Thank you for sharing. Hugs and wishes for a lovely week ahead! P.S. I'm your newest linky follower


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