With an odd mix of vintage, antique and industrial elements, the CatEyeGirls return to the Tri-Cities Antique Show on Friday, March 9, 2012 with their own twist of vintage!
Seasoned show vendors, the CatEyeGirls' criteria is simply that what they buy and market must be old . . . 1950s and older! A signature staple in their vintage kitchen display is always an inspiring collection of vintage (1950s) tablecloths that are all pristine in condition -- expertly laundered, starched, folded and stacked 2-3 feet high. If you love vintage tablecloths the CatEyeGirls stack of vintage tablecloths is truly a sight to behold!
The CatEyeGirls are constantly out hunting and gathering elements to complete "industrial" displays built on whimsical repurposing and what they call, "fun kits and kabootles" . . . 1950s gym lockers, things that roll on casters and provide a functional hardscape to vintage and "repurposed" inspired homes. Beyond whimsy and fun and industrial elements, you just never know what the CatEyeGirls will bring to an antique show . . . This we can say: CatEyeGirl antique and vintage show spaces are always fun and interesting.
The Tri-Cities Antique Show with a twist of vintage! kicks off and kick starts the CatEyeGirls antique show and vintage market season . . . beyond the Tri-Cities Antique Show, you will find the CatEyeGirls in exotic locales such as Hermiston, Waterville, Spokane, Hillsboro, Couer d'Alene, Monroe, Snohomish, Prosser, Kennewick, Coburg, Seattle, Portland, Puyallup . . . where you will always find fresh displays filled with fresh picks!
Technically "cateyegirls" is a noun, though they live in verbs at the antique shows and vintage markets where they market their retro, vintage and antique elements!