la Brocanteuse

Oct 31, 2011

Kamers 2011

KAMERS 2011 has come and gone. A lot of late nights, long hours and planning went into preparing for this event.

although I planned to take photographs before the opening night rush started, it did not happen. Half way through the show,day three,  vignettes ever changing and depleted are some memories.

added gift tags, ribbons and t light lanterns -Noel spirit

 I met so many lovely people, fellow bloggers and francophiles hungry for  all things made all the hard work seem like no effort at all.

I thank you all for stopping by, loving what I love and sharing the passion for a french touch.
I am working through the visitors book and will acknowledge your request to be updated with new arrivals.

 Christell, Adela and Elena,
for helping on the stand, without you it would have been impossible to do.


la fourchette said...

Bonjour from Aix! Just a quick hello as I try to catch up around the 'hood. I wish I could have been at your shindig...looks like you had some *wonderful* items available. I've been looking for those La Poste pillows! Or satchels! They sold them in the poste here for a bit and I didn't grab them...zut! (You have a post from a while back with several shots of light captured - lovely! Really lovely.)

Glad to see you chugging along!


French said...

Looks like fun, and I dare say, lots of work! Love the look of all the linens and black ribbons!!

Veronica said...

Hi Col. It was such a pleasure to actually meet you. And your stand was absolutely gorgeous. Loved it to bits. I ran out of time but hope to see you at the Vintage fair to acually shop!!! Will post my pictures later this week and link back to this lovely post. looking forward to our little get together.



Free State fan said...

Dear Colette
Absolutely drooling - wish there was a way of purchasing on the net. Do u have a shop in the area, we can visit if we are down that way? Thank you for inspiring me.

Acquired Objects said...

Colette your booth looked wonderful what fabulous style you have. Glad to hear your show went well. Such artful displays love it!

noreen said...

Colette your pictures show such a wonderful array of frenchie stuff at Kamers - I am so sorry I missed it - was ferreting around in Tulbagh and Paternoster but I had you in my thoughts. Glad to hear it was such a great success.

La Dolfina said...

Wow Colette... I'm in awe of you!
You should be so proud and I am so envious of all your lucky customers... so much goodness it's hard to breathe!!!
Just fabulous my friend, simply fabulous!!!!

Divine Theatre said...

I love every last bit! The patina on that table made me swoon. I just painted a table that color and now I think I should rough it up a bit!

Thanks for taking the time to post these lovely images!


Anonymous said...

So happy for you that all went well...of course it would! Looked beautiful, magical, can feel so proud dn happy1

Burlap Luxe said...

Thank you Colette, I always feel so honored with a visit from you. Of course when you do I follow you back home torturing myself with all that you amazes me with, your talent in your work and events leave me in toxicated with your wow-ness over here, and I so wish I could shop in person taking one of everything home with me, maybe two of some :)

I adore your style such time worn history French markets do not compare.
lots of U.S love to what you inspire, I am taking some with me in my heart of desire.


Nella Miller said...

Colette, I just found you and am in heaven!! Surrounded by such beauty and to have to part with it, I don't know if I could!!
I so wish I could shop from you!!