Monday, April 23, 2012

Weekends at Waterloo & Giveaway Reminder!

Tomorrow night we'll announce the lucky winner of the KGSalvataggio giveaway.  Go here and leave a comment(s) on the contest post to enter!  Now - onward!  It's crazy week here at the cottage. After a big weekend at the Waterloo Antiques Mall, I'm flying around like a crazed bird getting ready for Junk Jubilee this weekend.

Have I ever mentioned how much I love having space in the Waterloo Antiques Mall?
These two are a big reason why it's such a pleasure to shop and sell there. That's staff member Lou on the left, with mall owner Sherry on the right.  They, along with the rest of the staff work hard to ensure a pleasant experience for all who walk through the door.  Thanks guys!

I also want to thank Kim & Tony from Mequon who came out to shop my booth on Saturday - it was great to meet you!  Marcia and Michelle, it was great to meet you, too. (Michelle got the awesome sports training room cubby - sending my things away to a good home always makes me happy!)

Now, meet Steve.  Steve is the person who encouraged me to sell at Waterloo. He told me  "it's magical".
He was right, it is a magical place.  See Steve, I said it again! You. Were. Right.
Steve is the owner of the newly opened Weekends home furnishings store, within the Waterloo Antiques Mall. Weekends is a mix of American made upholstered goods and upcycled vintage finds.  You're going to love browsing here.
I've been drooling over this chair since I first saw it a few weeks ago.
Steve and his wife Judy are very good at providing information about the products they sell.  And yes, that IS "happy" fabric; I'm pretty sure you'd agree!
Can you just picture these chairs in your breakfast room?
And after seeing this lamp, I'm kicking myself for passing up a couple of these old picnic jugs recently.

I'd encourage all of you not to miss Weekends in the Waterloo Antiques Mall, in Waterloo, Wisconsin.


  1. Lots of pretty things to drool over :):) That chair is too cute. Smiles, Susie(She Junks)

  2. It is a happy happy fabric. We have a similar place here but they are not friendly like you dear folks.


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