Monday, September 07, 2009

My Booth At Winnie & Tulula's

 We were in Athens this past weekend to redo my space at Winnie and Tulula's and load up for Warrenton, so while I was there I totally redid my space.  I pulled things out of my home and garden to redo my space with and I thought it turned out very different.  I normally like a lot of smalls but this time there are more bigger pieces.
 

















The arbor was made by my bother-in-law for his daughter's wedding many years ago and since she no longer wanted it, they gave it to me.  I've proudly had it in my back yard so I think it makes a cool statement in my booth.  The Baby Bed has been SOLD.

















You can also see two white metal flower stands that are on each end of the arbor that I've had for quite a while.  I've used them each season to add seasonal holiday flowers to.
 
 
The ice cream parlor chairs and table are another item I've had for many many years and was going to redo them, but when I have had the time to.  The Chimney concrete stand can be used in so many different ways (the concrete stand is SOLD, thanks Debbie!). You can add a floral arrangement to it or use it at Christmas to decorate a tree in, used as a base.

















I just love the floral shade on the tall lamp.  Use it as is or take it off and wire a light through it and hang it from the ceiling.
 

















And, one of the last items I added to my booth was the white metal lamp that you can see behind the arbor.  I think this was one of the coolest finds I found one season in Warrenton.  Judy Hill had two similar ones she used during one of her Spring Home Shows.  They were on top of her dining room table, as posted about here


So if you are in Athens during the next week, stop by and check out my space at Winnie and Tulula's.  Hope everyone is having a great Labor Day!

20 comments:

  1. Hey Theresa! I am still so bummed that I wasn't able to make it up to Autin to meet you this weekend, but I am way beyond psyched to get to see you up in Warrenton. Your space is exactly how I'm hoping mine turns out. Beautemous!
    ~ Anne

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  2. When did you do this??? I was in W&T's Saturday afternoon. You must have slipped in under my radar!
    I love it! I really mean it. It looks so open and welcoming. Love all the white and especially that arbor. I don't know how you can part with it. I couldn't!
    Trash

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  3. T,
    I also love vintage iron anything...especially white and rusty! The big joke when we all go shopping.."watch out Gale's looking at that heavy iron piece!" I can't help it, I just love the texture it adds to a space! I love you iron flower stands as they can set the stage for any occasion. If I don't get a chance before you leave for Warrenton...Have the best show EVER! Sadly I won't be able to attend this Fall, but Spring is another story!!
    My Best
    Gale

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  4. Love the redo! I love all the white iron and like you, love the tall lamp. Can't wait to see all your stuff at Warrenton.

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  5. I'd love to visit your booth! It looks fun! ~Mandy

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  6. I'm admiring you so much that you can let go of some of these great things. I have the hording sickness, where you can't stand to part with anything. Oh, and rusty white metal...no way!! Everything looks wonderful!
    Debra

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  7. Theresa, it looks fabulous, I would not expect anything other!! Hope you are haivng a great labor day!! Janna

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  8. Looks gorgeous, Theresa!! That arbor is adorable, and I love the lamp!! You are so inspirational....
    Isabel

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  9. Looks lovely!!Hope you had a good weekend~

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  10. thank you so much for your support - love your booth - want you to know i tried your remedy for depression - i tripped over my dog - hit my head on the coffee table and busted the picture out of my tv with my foot - but i am not depressed any more -


    lol!

    just kidding!

    love ya!
    laterZ, troy

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  11. Okay gal...How much is that concrete stand and that "small day bed/bench" (the cream chippy one)? I will be staying at Linda's and Greg and I will be there on the 23rd. Give me a buzz...xo...deb

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  12. Your booth is just lovely. Lots of wonderful things. Sea Witch

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  13. I spy a gorgeous vintage crib, just waiting to be a beautiful daybed in someone's home!!! Your space is just lovely!

    :) T

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  14. Theresa, I like all the white iron. The arched arbor is great. Have a nice week. Sandi

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  15. Great Booth!!! I love all the iron. Very inspiring :)

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  16. Just beautiful things ! I want to go to Winnie and Tulula's sooo bad ~ I live in Texas so I am going to have to pull up a map and see how far Athens is from Keller ~
    xoxo
    Lori

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  17. Saw your comment on my blog about coming down to see me once I get rolling...I am actually and truly planning a trip up to see YOU, too! Gotta see this awesome place called Winnie & Tulula's I keep hearing about!
    ~ Anne

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  18. Hey Theresa. . . I love the new look of your space, especially all the rusty iron. I also LOVE the elements and backdrop of the building. It really adds to all the awesome displays. Take care.

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  19. Theresa ~ I love that iron arbor. I would love to find one of these for the shop. Been searching but to no avail!! Love it all.
    Maureen

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  20. Looks gorgeous! I have to go by soon!
    Valarie

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