Fresh Vintage in The Vintage Nest booth

Come see what's new in The Vintage Nest booth at The Lazy Daisy Shop in Midlothian, Virginia.  I spent a day last week re-vamping for the Fall season.  Not quite finished yet, but wanted to show you what's new.......found objects, refreshed vintage, and my own creative endeavors.  
Should something in my booth peak your interest, shoot me an email for price and shipping.  Glad to meet your request if it's easily shippable.  :)

my booth sign dressed up for the season

my handmade velvet pumpkins finished topped with organic pumpkin stems, nestled in the charming vintage child's toy bed......perfect for display

vintage shoe form......a fabulous piece for Fall decorating

the unusual.....a wreath crafted from old plumbing supplies and a glamorous mummy

Autumn just seemed like the perfect time to display horse memorabilia in the booth.....1950's trophy ribbons,  one -of-kind pottery horse, a gorgeous vintage horse poster, rusty old horseshoes and more

Fabulous vintage 50's saddle shoes.....don't you just love it?

a country white farmhouse work table with original paint, kitchen dish towels, handmade by moi, an antique child's toy cart and a sweet chick feeder.  I can just see this feeder filled with "hen and chicks" succulents....can't you?    Old seed packs finish the vignette.

Combining the old with the new.....an antique floor lamp sports a new contemporary lamp shade

Love the creamy white spools of thread in this old fruit basket

An old violin........what a fun piece to add to the decor and a better look at the vintage horse poster

old books are such a stylish decorating element and this one with its gorgeous old patina and marbleized cover just screams Autumn.  And antique door knobs add an element of surprise in the decor.  Plop one down in a found bird's nest for a bit of fancy.


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Junkchiccottage said...

Your booth looks great. Love the white pumpkins. I think I wore those saddle shoes to all girls catholic school I went too in the 70's. Memories!!!

Michele said...

What an awesome booth- wish I lived closer, Lynn!

Best of luck with the business and changing of the seasons!

Sarah said...

The saddle shoes certainly take me back. '-)
Love seeing all your pretty vignettes. The black and orange chain is fun too! ;-)

Betsy Brock said...

I wish you lived close...I'd come down and browse through your booth on a regular basis!

Sandi Magle said...

Virginia is a long ways away, but thanks for the delicious peek inside. Lots of delicious well-worn items here. Love the simple basket of the strings/threads. Thanks for sharing and saving me lots of gas, lol, Sandi.

Art and Sand said...

I wish I could visit your shop - everything is beautiful!

Mari said...

Lynn, I want one of those beautiful pumpkins you made.....
Your booth is full to the brim with beautiful items....


Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Lynn, Your booth looks so pretty! I love the pumpkins you made.

Donna Wilkes said...

Of all the lovely vignettes, the one with the saddle shoes is my favorite - fond memories of junior high! Your booth is very appealing.

All About Vignettes said...

I love the displays--especially the feathers in the shoe form. I'm going to copy that one. I love the velvet pumpkins too.

All About Vignettes said...

I love the displays--especially the feathers in the shoe form. I'm going to copy that one. I love the velvet pumpkins too.

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