New Display Space for My Booth

Last month I was walking through Ben’s, the antique store where I have my booths when I saw some really awesome items in a friend’s booth. It was two older display cabinets. I immediately inspected them but couldn’t bring myself to buy them. I finally did buy them both,  about a week apart.

Both of these pieces came from an old hardware store in Powder Springs, Georgia. They are both hand-made and well used. Another great thing about them is that they are both on casters so I can easily wheel them around the store.

The first one I bought has small cubbies. I originally bought it to keep and use in my sewing room at home, but when I sold a china cabinet in my booth, I decided to put it in there. The other one had much bigger cubbies and I thought it would be perfect for displaying my typewriters (and it is).

Check them out! They are perfect for my booth. One side of my booth is open to the main walkway in the store, so it was the perfect place to use these display pieces. The typewriter cabinet is made of 3/4 inch thick plywood, so it is really sturdy. The other shelf is sturdy too.


Perfect size for this Sterling typewriter.


Some of the shelves are taller so they can display bigger typewriters such as this Underwood.


These pictures were taken a few weeks ago and I have already sold several of the typewriters. I continue to add more from my home collection.

The display piece with the smaller shelves holds a lot and it keeps other areas of my booth from looking cluttered.





The smaller cubbies are the perfect height for displaying Reader’s Digest books.




I placed these cookie jars on one of the larger shelves until I could bring in another typewriter.


I am so glad I bought both of these display pieces. They look good in my booth and I will get a lot of use out of them.


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  1. What great finds. They have such character.

  2. Great display pieces. Wish I could find something similar for my booth. Thank you so much for sharing at Vintage Charm.

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