Hello Coastal Charm readers!! My name is Shirley and I blog at Housepitality Designs The wonderful Linda has asked me to share my "little booth" with you today... ~ ~ as part of her "SHOP TALK SERIES" The booth is a 10x10 space that I share with my friend Julie . . ~ ~ ~ who is a floral designer and stylist.
Welcome to our Booth "# 24" . . . ~ ~ Julie makes beautiful wreaths and floral
arrangements and often does custom work.
We also carry new items such as this bird's nest by Raz . . ~ ~ nestled among the new candle sticks and candle holders.
And antiques such olive buckets, glassware, and this demijohn.
We always have antique, vintage, or gently used furniture . . . ~ ~ from tables and chairs, to dressers, and small miscellaneous pieces.
It's a fairly small space and we always pack it full of goodies!
We have many wonderful accessories for your home . . . ~ ~ I recently placed many Longaberger baskets in the booth from my "vast" collection . .
Julie certainly keeps our booth very bright and happy with her beautiful arrangements...
I guess you can say our booth is pretty eclectic . . . ~ ~ and we love it that way!
We also love it that the owners of Melville Trading Company, Barbara and Carl . . ~ ~ are always there to lend a hand . . they are just awesome people!
I thank you Linda...for giving me the opportunity to present this little "antique booth" . . . ~ ~ of mine and my friend Julie's.
Should you ever be in the Mebane, N.C. area please come by and see us in Booth #24 . . ~ ~ located in the Melville Trading Center, 137 West Clay Street, Mebane, N.C. Melville Trading Center is located in the quaint and charming downtown district . . ~ ~ that is filled with wonderful shops and restaurants! Thanks again Linda for having me here today to be a part of your wonderful series!!