Hey guys! We are recuperating after a long weekend at our grand opening. I feel much like Wilson looks in this picture from the end of the day Sunday.
For those of you not aware, we’ve got ourselves a brick & mortar to hold vintage occasional sales once a month. The little building has some incredible character. We learned more about it this weekend since many people asked us the history.
The shop building is about 100 years old. It is located between the barn and original farmhouse on the property. Apparently it was the former chicken coop and was also used as a tool shed at some point. All of the out buildings on the property are now used for businesses. I love all of the exposed beams and raw wood. And the loft space is especially my favorite. The slate floor is fabulous too. I could go on about the shop’s features but I will just share pictures from the weekend in case you did not see them on facebook already. I think they really capture the charm of the space.
I will be back later this week with some new project posts for my DIYers. In the meantime, thank you so much to everyone who supported us this weekend. We can’t wait to do it again next month!