Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Calamity Janes Style at Monticello...

It's been awhile since I posted pictures of my space at    Monticello Antique Marketplace so I thought I'd take you there today.


As you can see, I'm a little eclectic. I'm drawn to Victoriana, French, primitives, statuary and rusty crusty iron and nature's elements. 







Okay, look towards the back of this picture. Do you see what looks like a big rock?


It is the biggest piece of Coral I have ever seen! See the normal size coral next to it?
That gives you an idea of it's size!  It measures appx 28" X 24" !!
It's very old and came out of the Florida Keys.
I LOVE CORAL!

 Okay, enough about my space...

I want to tell you what else is happening at Monticello...

Our SPRING HOME & GARDEN SHOW  at 
Monticello Antique Marketplace kicks off this Friday, 
April 6th at 8:00am.

You don't want to miss it!  These very talented vendors started setting up last Saturday and as of yesterday, it is already looking AMAZING!  Check out sneek peeks HERE.  They take six days to put every bit of their time and energy into setting up for this incredible show.  They're bringing in their best vintage treasures that they've been saving up for months and putting all their creative and decorative talent to work.  This show is going to be truly inspiring and I'm so proud of all these talented people who bring their A game to inspire ideas for your home and outdoor living.  Make plans now to attend this spectacular event!

Hope to see you all Friday!

~Joyce


4 comments:

Kathy said...

Your space is just filled with inspiration - love it!

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

How I would just LOVE to walk around your space and look at all the treasures and attend the Home and Garden show--But since I can't I'll just drool over all your great pictures!! :-)

Bohemian said...

Joyce Thanks for taking us along to your awesome space... and that Coral is Magnificent!!! How could you part with it? {Or that fab Rug?! winks} Easter Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

The Boys of said...

Lovely!