1. handtooling & drooling. (Taken with Instagram at Opal Stackhouse)

    handtooling & drooling. (Taken with Instagram at Opal Stackhouse)

  2. The store is turning into a bizarre little landscape of objects. 

    The store is turning into a bizarre little landscape of objects. 

  3. Opal Stackhouse will be setting up shop at the springfield flea this weekend. Come see! Come buy! 

    Springfield Extravaganza: springfieldantiqueshow.com

    You can find us in the Vintage Marketplace section. 

    Friday 8-6 / Saturday 8-5 / Sunday 9-4. 

  4. Act I. A wood sculpture and a painting by the late and amazing Larry Hill. 

    Act II. Hound dog named Pipi breezes through. 

    Act III. Cross-eyed kitty, Mimi. She misses nothing. 

  5. Wood and stripes 4-eva (Taken with Instagram)

    Wood and stripes 4-eva (Taken with Instagram)

  6. Tackled this table and gave it some love. Lots of love. (Taken with Instagram)

    Tackled this table and gave it some love. Lots of love. (Taken with Instagram)

  7. I like the front row:

By Marc Bourlier

    I like the front row:

    By Marc Bourlier

    (Source: artemisdreaming)

  8. This painting pairs well with the previous sheep post. Kinda the same idea. Herding vs. scattered, order vs. chaos, puffy whites, and cute shapes. 
Acrylic and oil painting on wood by Ashley Puckett. 9”x14”. Framed and ready to hang. (via Busy Town, III. Painting by Ashley Puckett by Opal Stackhouse on Storenvy)

    This painting pairs well with the previous sheep post. Kinda the same idea. Herding vs. scattered, order vs. chaos, puffy whites, and cute shapes. 

    Acrylic and oil painting on wood by Ashley Puckett. 9”x14”. Framed and ready to hang. (via Busy Town, III. Painting by Ashley Puckett by Opal Stackhouse on Storenvy)

  9. When in doubt, stack.

    When in doubt, stack.

  10. A perfectly nice bench by Craig Dransfield. Made entirely from salvaged wood from our neighborhood: Olde Towne East, Columbus, OH. Dimensions are 18Hx36Wx16D. $69