Keennon / Shaw Designs
Love the oriental rugs and flowers out front. Makes it look so inviting.
Any fabric used in a display must be treated with fire proofing. Too much muss and fuss for me.
I really like the simple booths the best I think. My current creative crush - Eric Silva - had the simplest of them all. Unfortunately I neglected to take a pic. It was just a door from Home Depot, with what I thought was white butcher paper covering it. He laid the jewelry pieces flat on it and wrote the price next to them in pencil. He made each piece stand out by slipping a piece of thin wood veneer underneath. Earrings were on a home made fixture. I'm thinking it might have been the round side of a bamboo steamer with a dowel fixed through the upper third. So inventive. So cost effective!
Here's what I came up with. Saint Paige cobbled the high table together for me using 1x6 planks from HD and Ikea legs. The two scrolley iron side tables were nipped from my living room as was the screen which displays my photos. All the wood tablets are from Michael's and the lovely earring display is from Moxie Metal on Etsy.
I obviously have to get another light for the short table. And as much as I love the look of the metal side table supports, I think I'd like to raise them up to the level of the 6 foot table. Might have to get in touch with some old contacts to steal me a couple of apple boxes (movie industry term). All in all, I had a great time and will definitely be sending in my application for the November show later this week.