It was made using vintage doors. The glass is out of the front one (& that tacky tray is hanging in the middle) the sides are two solid doors with hinges so that they can move & be positioned. Then there were corbels (turned upside down)used for flair & drama as well as posts or table legs underneath the corbels. A wonderful old finial on top finishes it off. I don't think I would use this as a puppet theater but can't you see it a shop as a dressing room (stained glass window installed).And in the middle of one of the isles he had this wonderful old truck. I have always loved these old trucks with the wooden beds. They had a really cute display set up in the back.Here is another store front to make a booth/shop look cute. I just love the way he did the bay window. There was no glass in it but, the look was adorable. Come back Sunday for a few more cute shops full of display ideas. Also, I want to share with you some of the goodies I bought. I'm soooooooooooooo not telling my honey how much I spent. Have a great Saturday.
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