It’s funny…when I typed out the title of this blog post, all I could think of were popovers and then I got hungry!
The Pop Up Shop that I held at my home workshop this weekend is all finished and I wanted to take some time to show you what I had for sale and give you a recap of how the day went. I still have pieces left over too, so if you weren’t able to make it, you can still shop from my photos in this post!
The day started early and I was up at 5 AM to set up. With coffee in hand, my Dad and Marc helped me put up three little tents in our turnaround driveway. It was already hot and humid, so it didn’t take long before we were all dripping and feeling pretty gross!
We brought up project pieces, home decor, antique finds, salvage and lots of floral goodies from my workshop and staged a mini-market.
We moved all of our cars to the road so folks could either walk down or drive down to check out what we had.
Under the blue tent, we set up a checkout station with bags, newsprint wrapping, the cash box and lots of water!
I filmed a quick minute tour so you can get a sense of what it was like to walk through the sale.
It was definitely a hot and long day, so Marc and I hung out in the shade and popped inside when it got too hot and we needed air conditioning.
I still have several items left for sale, so if you see anything you’re interested in, shoot me an email and I can get you any specifics you need like measurements, color and price.
First, there was this salvage area. I have two large greenhouse windows that have chicken wire along the back. They would look lovely hung on a wall, stacked behind a dresser, or even hanging from the ceiling! These are $120 each.
I also have lots of window sashes which are great for all sorts of repurposing projects. They are $5 each.
The windows are being held in a shirtwaist chest that is on industrial casters. The chest is $28.
The barn vent in the very front would look divine with a cotton wreath hanging from it! It’s $36.
I have dried lavender bunches for $14.50, a lovely plant stand painted in MMS Milk Paint’s “Mora” for $78, and metal envelopes that hang on the wall for $22. The wall shelf and the wooden rocking chair sold today.
These geese were from my Aunt and I’m taking offers on them. Name a price and we’ll talk! The white dresser sold.
This Queenstown Gray server is available for $245. You can read all about its makeover here.
This piece is making its way to my booth at Morgantown Market because my whitewashed oak dresser sold this weekend!
This round oak table sold, but the four balloon back chairs are available. They are $85 each or $330 for all. The silver glass hurricane holders are $22 each, and I have four.
My favorite bull wall art is back, and he’s on sale for $21! The oval table is $10 and the end tables are $40 for the pair. They would make wonderful paint projects!
The striped chair has sold, but the Allendale Farm sign and the coffee table are still available. The sign was actually painted by Miss Mustard Seed herself for Lucketts 2016.
Here is the second greenhouse window. It’s $120 and the faux boxwood wreath is on sale for $22.
If you’re into upholstery, I started tearing down the second striped chair, but I haven’t finished. It’s $10 if you’d like to finish for me!
This sweet chair would look fabulous with new fabric as well. It’s $10.
This gorgeous chartreuse colored Victorian couch would make a fantastic prop for photography shoots or recover it! It’s $50 and I would love to see it find a new home. I had every intention of reupholstering it myself, but I don’t think I can quite handle sofas just yet…
The details on it are AMAZING!
Here’s another gorgeous chair in need of recovering. It’s French style and available for $10. The mahogany side table is also $10.
This kneehole desk was a piece I painted in Boxwood almost a year ago and it hasn’t sold. I think it could use a fresh new color, and if you’d like to work on it, it’s $95.
Another $10 chair that could use fresh fabric or a slipcover.
This industrial piece is amazing, despite its rough condition. I’ve begun sanding it down and plan on repainting it. It has 10 drawers with amazing industrial handles, and I put it up on wheels. It’s $120 as is, or I can refinish it to your specifications and get you a quote.
I have a monster assortment of hooks too!
The wooden table off to the right has sold, but the one drawer table is available for $215. The cow is $21 and the sheep wall art is $52. It’s one of Miss Mustard Seed’s prints from her Society6 account and I framed it myself.
My chicken crate coffee table is available for $195. The rooster wall art sold today.
These carriage lanterns are $24 each, and this empire style round wood table is $145. It’s been painted in a custom blend of Schloss and Marzipan on the bottom, and the top has been sealed with Hemp Oil. It measures 42″ across and it does not have a leaf. It’s 26.5″ high.
Overall, the day went very well despite the heat and it being a holiday weekend (4th of July). I am curious to know if any of you would be interested in another driveway sale later on in the season. Perhaps August? I’d love your feedback if you’re local!
Hoping you all had a wonderful weekend in your neck of the world. Marc and I are going to take it easy for the rest of ours and enjoy climate control!