Monday, November 26, 2012

Campo Tio Cayo ~ The Big Heap


One of the best things about attending an Event for the first time is how many New Artists and Vendors you get to Experience and meet.  So my Weekend attending THE BIG HEAP really paid off because though the Budget was not permitting any major purchases this time... I got to meet some Awesome Vendors and Artists for the first time and bring my Coverage of their Show back to you here in the Land Of Blog!  Today's Post is bringing you CAMPO TIO CAYO ... where the Deconstructed and Upcycled Styles that I Adore just drew me right in to their Booth at the Show!  I don't have to tell you how much Deconstructed and Decrepid Style Appeals to Yours Truly... it is currently my Favorite Style of Furnishings... even though The Man, The Son and the G-Kid Force think me a bit Mad for preferring this particular Aesthetic and don't really 'Get It'.  *LOL*  What I particularly Loved about CAMPO TIO CAYO'S  Furnishing was that though they are done in the Deconstructed Style, they are still Constructed for Comfort and Practicality, so it totally Works for daily use and not just the Visual Appeal for those of us who like this kind of thing, but where Practicality and Function are sometimes missing or absent from Deconstructed Furniture that Time and/or use has ravaged.   I also Loved the Vintage Suitcase Storage Tables and Great use of Salvaged Lumber in the Creations that were Offered at this Show.  I can't wait to see even more of this Creative Company... be sure to pay them a visit on the Facebook Link I have provided.
Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian


  1. I am drawn to deconstructed and decrepit, too! (And I'm also noticing shorter posts. It has the effect of making me want more instead of peetering out at the end of a long one.) I'm going to check out the facebook link now! Have a great week, Friend. Stay well and be careful out there.

  2. Hi Dawn, this looks like a very fun and adventurous outing. I love the vintage, but I'm not really getting the deconstruction part of it . . . I guess I like my comfort to also be pretty, LOL.
    I hope that your Thanksgiving was a wonderful one :)
    Your blogging sister, Connie

  3. Hmmmm admittedly these are a bit too deconstructed for me but it is fun to window shop and muse...
    Hope you had a good thanksgiving.
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie


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