Just got an email from Meg at Trove Decor that is making me salivate. Check out the beautiful pics below of some of their current inventory. Some of these items may make it down for Clover Market, but Meg has also promised me they'll be bringing brightly painted items and fun, summery prints. If, like me, you are a fan of reviving vintage furniture and finds with updated fabrics and finishes, please don't miss Trove. They will be at Clover Market on June 6th.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
I understand some may be reluctant to try out a new thing, so I'm offering one week free for dealers who can participate on opening day 4/11. So basically, you can come 4/11 and select a second week from the spring season, all for the 1 week rate. This is a great deal and a fun way to dip you toe in and check things out. And remember, sellers can also share a booth space - a fun and economical way to participate and it sure makes those bathroom breaks easier :)
Posted by Janet Gardner Long at 7:50 AM
Thursday, January 14, 2010
How cool is this? Cara Herrmann from Salvation Nation sells beautiful vintage and antique jewelry as well as "rescued" vintage and gold jewelry, saving it from being melted down. What a fun way to go green. She will also be at the Market with salvaged shabby chic window mirrors and other salvaged architectural finds for the home. I have a feeling I'll find something new for MY jewelry box!
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
We're excited to welcome two wonderful dealers who will be joining us for April's Market dates...A-Squared Alternatives and Two Sisters, both of whom currently sell at The Antique Store in Wayne. They specialize in American and English antiques and art, prints and paintings, mirrors, sconces, and decorative smalls. Check out the A-Squared's ebay store and see some examples of their beautiful merchandise.
Posted by Janet Gardner Long at 2:26 AM