November 28, 2011

I have a storefront window in Vinegar Hill. It’s a window without a store: it advertises my web site. In the window I place small chairs and desks or scaled models of loft beds and other furniture that I make. In the walls I hang sketches.

I keep the lights on at night. It makes the window seem less lonely as passers by stop for a peak.

There is something about the size and colors of small children’s furniture that fits well for a window display. Particularly the scaled models.

This window is an opportunity to show some of my designs and add some light and color to the street. It has brought some new clients too.

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