Happy Tuesday!! So, I realized when I was getting my booth ready for spring this past weekend that I haven’t shared an antique booth update in a while. My booth is in 112 Antique Mall in Crossplains, TN. That’s about 30 minutes north of Nashville. I’ve had a booth for about 2 years and love every minute of it! I even shared a few tips to starting your own antique booth. It’s another place for me to express myself and my style. So, like I was saying, I went up there this past weekend to bring a few of my latest finds. Although it’s only the beginning of February, I thought it already needed some spring touches. I am going to share with you some furniture and home decor items I love for spring and give you a few ideas on how to use them in your home for spring.
So here is my space. It’s just the right amount for me to share pieces and items that I love!
I picked up this little outdoor table and chairs a couple of weeks ago and thought it was the perfect piece for spring. It’s a little rusty, but would be the cutest addition to an indoor or outdoor space. My favorite part is the scalloped edges on the table and chairs. You could easily use it as is or make it over to create something new.
Allow me to share with you my newest obsession. These chicken coops would be the cutest display for small plants, flowers, books, or really anything. These cubby pieces add so much character to any space. This large black coop might be the best one I have ever found. It would be so cute in an entryway with shoes in it or even a kitchen. The possibilities are endless!
This little white cubby is another favorite of mine. Scales, baskets, and greenery are a few items that look so cute tucked away in cubbies.
This collection of botanical prints are the cutest and would look so perfect in a farmhouse style kitchen!
This chippy white table looks so cute with mismatched chairs for an eating area. It would also make the cutest desk. You could even cut the legs down and turn it into a coffee table. That is exactly what I did with my coffee table that you can see HERE.
So that is my antique booth update for the Bless This Nest booth. If you ever find yourself in the Nashville area, I would love for you to come visit!!