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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Fall Market Days at Sweet Clover Barn


Take a tour of a vintage market booth subtly decorated for fall and Halloween!


It's been a busy month full of early mornings, work deadlines and getting the booth ready for the September Sweet Clover sale.  I always feel like each month sneaks up on me and this month was no different.  Last month, I sold all my large pieces of furniture, so I've been extra busy getting furniture painted and prepped for the upcoming sale.  

The September sale marks the first fall sale of the season, which meant Cassie and I were able to bring in lots of new decor and fun touches for fall and Halloween. 
Dark gray painted MCM dresser
Being that we both love cool tones, we kept the traditional fall colors to a minimum and opted to keep the holiday decor on the neutral side.

The charcoal gray chalk painted dresser sits in the front of our booth and is topped with blues, greens, cement pumpkins, hops stems and of course a creepy naked doll.  Isn't' she perfect for Halloween?

Painted MCM highboy dresser

Creepy doll for Halloween
Just across from my dresser is a beautiful dark teal double dresser that Cassie painted. 
Dark teal painted MCM dresser
We topped the dresser with lots of brass decor and added a touch of Halloween by topping brass candlesticks with mini skulls.
Brass candlesticks topped with skulls and cement pumpkins
The Coastal Blue triple dresser that I just finished painting (I shared the makeover process in my IG stories) sits below the theatre chairs, which I just marked down.  Can you spy the fabric pumpkins I shared on Monday?            
           Vintage theatre chairs and triple MCM dresser

Handmade fabric pumpkins
I also brought in the Iron Ore painted vintage Bassett server that I REALLY wanted to keep.  I even planned a dining room makeover around this server, but unfortunately, it was too small for our space.  I was so bummed, but I know it will make a great addition to someone else's home.
Painted vintage Bassett server

Green vintage storage boxes and aqua insulators
Another piece that I dreaded parting with was the tall oak dresser that I sanded and refinished.   I kept this piece in my office for a few months, but we have big plans for the space and I really need to downsize.
Tall multi drawer oak dresser
Next to the oak dresser is an emerald green dresser that Cassie brought in and I just love the bright pop of color.  We styled it with lots of amber bottles, vintage books, cameras, clocks and small touches for Halloween. 
Vintage amber bottle for halloween

DIY book page and spider banner for Halloween

Vintage clocks and cameras

Emerald green painted hutch and tall vintage storage organizer

If you're local to Frederick, MD come stop by and check out the barn.  There are tons of awesome vendors and you're sure to find amazing treasures.  

     

      

1 comment:

  1. Sure wish I lived in the area so I cold stop by but since I live in GA I don't see that happing. I enjoy reading your blog and all the great ideas.

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