A Display Shelf for Selling Projects

8:22:00 AM

The time came for Homeroad to move to a smaller
but fabulous spot at the Antique store. 

A Display Shelf for Selling Projects
You can read all about the move, the new piece, and the reasons why here.

Here we are... a new year, a new spot, and a new attitude!

Here is the spot I moved to and here is the DIY Display Piece I created for this spot.

An empty painted Display Shelf for Selling Projects

I strategically spaced out the shelves so there would be a large space on the bottom of the cabinet for large items. I also added hooks down the side of the cabinet for more display space. 

A Display Shelf for Selling Projects in an Antique store

I added small clips along the inside edge of the cabinet to hang smaller things along the edges.

small clip to hang items in a cabinet

If you look closely you will see that not only is there a lot of room on the top of the cabinet but there is a wall with nails behind the cabinet which I'm also going to use.

A Display Shelf top for Selling Projects

This cabinet happily holds an amazing amount of stuff!

Display cabinet for farmhouse items

The large shelf space at the bottom worked out perfectly for larger pieces, I can even stack things in on small pedestals. 

Creating DIY display shelves.

So welcome to my new small space at Backstreet Antiques ... I'm very happy to be here! 

The cabinet is totally my style, filled with handmade and thrifted farmhouse style items.



A Display Shelf for repurposed projects


A Display Shelf for DIY Projects

Come visit Homeroad at Backstreet Antiques 
and while there see all the other antique and
vintage vendors in the shop including Revival Oporium where you can buy my favorite paint... Fusion Mineral Paint.
A Display Shelf for Selling DIY Projects


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8 comments

  1. I love that cabinet! Wish I could find one like that I could fold my quilts into. I also like the vintage post office box. How much is that one, if you don't mind telling me? I've never priced them before, but sure would be cute either inside or outside for hanging for small garden hand tools.
    Brenda

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    1. Thanks I love this shelf it really shows off my projects better than a whole booth can. The mailbox sold quickly for $40. Putting garden and hand tools inside is a fantastic idea!

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  2. Very clever and well-thought-out display piece for the space! I need several of these for my apartment!

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    1. Thanks so much :) Yes, they would be great in a home too... someone else thought for quilts! :)

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  3. I LOVE that little green mailbox!!!

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    1. I know isn't it adorable? I have a white one in my house for my daughter's mail when she's away :)

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  4. Susan that cabinet is so nice and your ideas to add hooks, etc. is so smart. I am pinning this for later use. Good luck with your new "small" space.

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    1. Thanks Lin! The hooks are really handy... I think I'm going to put some more on the back wall of the cabinet to hang more little things :)

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