The first day of the Lucketts Spring Market 2015 is in the books! Since the fair has never been opened on Friday, I had no idea what to expect. It ended up being a low-key day, but we had good sales and really enjoyed the more relaxed atmosphere. I think adding this day and kicking Saturday off a little earlier (8:00 am) will end up giving the customers a better shopping experience, so things aren’t so crazy. We’ll see how Saturday turns out!
For those who are shopping tomorrow (Saturday), I know you want to know what’s left! As sold tags were being tied onto one piece after another today, I was wondering if my booth would look a little pathetic Saturday morning. We ended up selling the perfect amount, I think. There is still tons of ironstone, many painted pieces of furniture, lavender, cool accessories, t-shirts, MMS Milk Paint products, a few hand painted signs, hemp sheets, quilts, boxwood wreaths, mini basil wreaths, French chairs, stools, scales, bread boards and more.
I’ll do a recap post at the end of the weekend to avoid confusion, so the pictures below were all taken at the end of Friday, so everything pictured is still available for sale…
(The yellow buffet, Lucketts green highboy and primitive hutch in the background of this picture did sell.)
(This gorgeous old farm table was missing the tag for the first couple hours of the sale, so it’s still available…)
See? There is still lots of good stuff. I need to fluff it a bit tomorrow, but I’ll try to keep things mostly where they are pictured, in case you’re trying to make a beeline for something!
As we were rearranging and filling holes, I told Jeff that this feels like the same amount we usually have for a Saturday morning, so bringing all of that extra stuff really helped.
I have to get up at 4:30 tomorrow morning, so I’m signing off for the night…