We wanted to bring the show “Stone House Revival” to life. Jeff setup a workshop area where he built some small pieces of furniture and taught attendees some simple furniture building techniques. Jeff is the host of the show and I am the Design Coordinator. Together we created a miniature version of what you see on the show.
We wanted attendees to experience and learn from us even if they don’t live in a 100 year old farmhouse.
Jeff built the timber frame structure you see above and the dining table and I staged the area “farmhouse style”.
On the other side of our area, Jeff set up his workshop. It was a fully working shop where he built a couple of tables then gave them away to the audience. He met with attendees, posed for photos and answered tons a questions about old homes and the show.
Even the kids got a chance to learn a little carpentry from Jeff.
My area was simple but filled with farmhouse charm. I used music sheets for placemats, simple white plates and mason jar glassware.
I also set up a small table and taught attendees how to letter on a chalkboard plaque like a pro.
We were at the show for 2 days in a row. We meet so many nice people and fans of the show. It was overwhelming to hear all the good things people had to say about the show.
The huppah, as I call it, was a hit and drew people in to our space. The blue metal chairs were a hit too, and one of my favorite colors.
Jeff and I are hoping to take this show on the road and visit some other Home Shows up and down the east coast.
Maybe you’ll see us in your home town.