Behind The Scenes #ShopEAC

The countdown is on! My booth at the Catawba River Antique Mall officially opens next Thursday, and I still have plenty to do. Oh, and this week just happens to be Spring break for us, too. . .  So, I’m taking the next few days off to play and paint and will be back later in the week.

For now, some behind-the-scenes photos of what I’ve been doing and what you might find when I open for business on May 1st. (The mysterious lady in some of my photos is my friend, Katie, who is a great help to me!)

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To see more, follow me on Instagram. #ShopEAC

The Saturday 6

Soccer games were a washout this morning, so I present to you the Saturday 6 :)

dresser-hack

1. Love this dresser hack so much.

 

closet-office

2. A closet office.

 

playroom

3. A pretty playroom. And, lots of other great images on this site.

 

recipes

4. There’s something kind of sweet about this idea.

 

hair

5. I got a wild hair this week, took this picture and got mine cut like this.

I’m also enamored with hair tutorials like this one.

 

in-Christ-alone-print

6. Happy Easter weekend! Print from here.

Where My Green Campaign Dresser Went To Live

It seems to be the week of green dresser posts, doesn’t it? This is kind of like one of those VH1 “Where Are They Now?” specials. Remember the campaign dresser from my old office? I thought you might like to see where it ended up after I sold it on Craigslist last year. . .

green-dresser

After I posted it on my Facebook page, fellow blogger Shannon immediately emailed me and came that weekend to pick it up. (And, she got the full Clark-crazy experience for the 15 minutes she was here!) She used it in her guest bedroom makeover in front of a stenciled wall, and I think it’s just perfect:

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Smart girl—she took the time to strip the painted hardware back to its original brass. It was sprayed silver when I bought it, and I was too lazy to change it. But, I think it makes such a difference:

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(The paint color is Benjamin Moore’s Fresh Grass.)

She also did a beautiful job styling it. To see more of her home (that she’s leaving soon!), visit her blog, Burlap & Lace.

dresser-styling{all images via Burlap & Lace}

Don’t you wish you could see where all of your Craigslist stuff ends up? :)