Friday, April 9, 2010

Garage Sale

Last weekend, I had a garage sale. You see, I had this great idea of completely changing the look of my family room and adjoining kitchen. To help pay for this undertaking and to make some room in my garage, I sold some of my belongings. Above is a picture of my custom chandelier made from vintage red toile tea cups. I have another one (a 4 arm) made with a coordinating tea pot. Neither one of these beauties sold. Anyone interested? $100 each or best offer.
People who attended my sale thought I had opened a store. Everything coordinated and I thought I set things up rather nicely.
These lovely pink items were from Sheridan's room. Last summer, her room had a total transformation into purple.

I still have my couch, pine tv cabinet, big chair, Southern Living dishes and chandeliers. I'm going to try again on Saturday to sell some more. Let me know if you are interested in the chandeliers. I would really love for them to go to a good home :)


Rach said...

Cutest garage sale I've ever seen! Good luck and can't wait to see the new decor!

Heather Britton said...

Very cute I wouldn't mind the SL dishes, they match mine!:)

dana said...

I saw this on your FB page and didn't comment....but wanted you to know how I wished you lived in my neighborhood!! I can't imagine shopping a such a wonderful garage sale!!! Everything was so beautifully displayed!! I hope you will be able to sell the items that didn't go this time around.

Bonnie and I attended a wonderful antique sale today..first year for it. I think I've officially had my fill of "antiques" and "flea markets" for awhile...Texas last week and more in Missouri today!

Hope your boy is doing OK with his arm!!

L, Dana

Ceeyra Catastrophe said...

You have some beautiful items, and I absolutely adore the chandelier if only I could afford it, haha!
I can't believe you had any trouble selling them!
I wish we had garage sales like this where i live.

Christy said...

There isn't a cobweb, or a broken toy in sight! Uhhh...if that is the 'junk' you sold out of your house, I'd like to know what's inside! It looks more like a craft sale, than a garage sale!

Sue Sparks said...

WOW! I wish I could find your kind of yard sale up here on the central coast...I'd be in heaven!!! said...

That is a beautiful sale!