In case you weren't able to make it out to the Town & Country Home and Specialty Retail Tour the last two weekends, here's a virtual tour of the home filled with all of the wonderful furnishings from our shop and select pieces from Saving Grace Vintage and Fort Wayne Upcycle by Jill Keszei. Also, a special thanks to Wannemacher Design Build and Bob Fisher of Mike Thomas Realtor for the opportunity to stage such a beautiful home! If you were able to make it out to the tour, scroll to the bottom for a big announcement.
While there are hook-ups for a TV above the mantle, this sign by Emily almost makes you want to forgo the latest shows and cuddle up with a book in one of these vintage wood and leather chairs.
And in case you were wondering what it looked like, here's the finished table from our last post.
The scroll work on this dresser is simply incredible. You'd be surprised at how much detail can be brought out with just a little bit of distressing.
While I love this room as an office, it could easily be converted into a bedroom as it shares a Jack and Jill bathroom with the other bedroom.
While this might just be the perfect spot to take a nap, don't fall asleep yet! Here's the announcement you were waiting for: Starting next weekend (May 20th), the Tiny Shed will be open every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from now through August! So if you saw anything you liked during the home staging, come see us out at The Tiny Shed on May 20th from 9-4. And just to sum up how excited we are about being open even more, I'll leave you with this little happy face: