The sale was amazing. and bananas.And bananas was the closet thing I can say to what it was without swearing. This blank metal barn that was shown below was completed transformed into Moody and Creative Market Retail Display featuring a bakery inspired by Marie Antionette and an entranceway inspired by Dennis Severs (an artist who created a house with rooms that were like historical themed museums.), and a barn hay headboard. The entire thing together was a special kind of visual magic.
Old glass shower doors and shelving in a gravel filled horse barn, creating a wall to build a room out of.
and turned it into this amazing Marie Antionette inspired bakery.
a french patisserie,
with it’s own Marie Antoinette mascot, made from coffee filters and fabric. All thrifted. The entrance became what was called
the “Dennis Severs” area all with botanical and “manly type” things.
Angela did this amazing faux work behind it and also did a lot of the planning and setting up with Anne Marie.
Once Joy brought in all of here amazing things and her mad styling skills, My things were added and a touch here and there, it all came together; the rooms, the mood, the fabulous people.
And who would’ve thought that an ordinary stack of hay
could be turned into a Parisian bedroom with Angela’s touches?
I can’t wait for the next one! We had people from all over including those who came from Minnesota and St. Louis.
There’s more pictures to come!
I have over 200 I have to sort through and more to share of the people we met as well.
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