Sunday, September 15, 2013


We are loving the slightly cooler weather and notice that the days are getting shorter. It has us thinking about fall and Halloween. Come in soon for first dibs on Halloween decor!!

Our taxidermy dik dik with her halloween crown

Burlap witch hat - a Binky la Faye Original

                                                    Wonderful old as found victorian chair
                                            A Binky la Faye Original Never More trinket box
                                                             Vintage ceramic skull
                                                                Halloween Vignette
                                                     Binky la Faye Halloween Crowns
                                                       Halloween Tablescape
                                                           Spooky place setting

                                                                       Glitter Skulls
                                                              Owl on crescent moon
Awesome industrial piece with drawers

Thursday, June 6, 2013


We re-did some displays at Binky la Faye a couple of weeks ago and I am just now getting around to posting pictures.

This is our "potting shed area (just in case you missed it spelled out on the chalk board). The base of our vignette is a primitive zinc topped dry sink ($135) and a tin topped work table (also $135).


This rusty and wonderful toy Texaco Gas Pump sold right away. It went to a bed and breakfast in Fredericksburg, Texas.
The framed roses ($34), working vintage fan ($38) and vintage scale ($98) are up for grabs!!

The "cyclone"seed sower ($12.50)
Great old chicken nester ($125)

Love the old antlers that were home mounted with old pink damask and painted T E X A S ($32.50)
Wonderful origianl alligator finish on this sweet little doll chest of drawers(45.)
Collection of vintage pipes($6.50 to $12.50 each)
Look at these precious little child's cowboy boots!($38.)
and there's more, so I'll show you those in a few days.
Thanks for looking and if you have any questions please call the shop at 325-247-2500.
Binky la Faye is located at 303 Bessemer Avenue in Llano, Texas. We are open Monday thru Saturday 10 to 5 and Sunday 11 to 5.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013



I think yall know how low-tech I am, so I just wrote everyone's name who left a quote on a piece of paper, folded them up, jumbled them up, and drew. Congratulations to Theresa. Hey Theresa please email me your address to

Thank you all for entering and for reading my blog. New photos of the shop coming soon.

Love to all, Binky

Monday, May 13, 2013


Today is the last day to leave a comment and enter to win a copy of the summer issue of Where Women Create in which my little studio is featured. Just be a follower and leave a comment on the previous post to be entered. I will announce the winner tomorrow.

Here are a couple more shots of the studio. A rusty junk chandelier that Ron made and a paper moon ornament.

Monday, May 6, 2013


I am so honored to have my little studio featured in the summer issue of Where Women Create. What a fantastic magazine! I have loved it since the very first issue.

Many thanks to the incredible Jo Packham for the opportunity and to Amy Boland for the photography.

In appreciation to those of you who follow my blog I am giving away a summer issue of Where Women Create to one of you in a random drawing. Just be a follower and leave a comment to be entered. I will announce the winner on May 15th.

Here are some snap shots I took.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013


Although I appreciate the asthetic of mid-century looks it has never been a style I personally wanted in my home. We do sometimes have a few pieces in the shop that we just can't pass up at estate sales and flea markets. This Vintage leather and teakwood West Nova scandanavian chair is a case in point.Ok, Ok, The look is sorta growing on me,probably not ever for my home, but I think it's a great look for a man cave or a younger couple just starting out.
I know I showed you a shot of this cement mixer yesterday. This is a look that I totally love. I really almost kept it. I was going to put a weathered piece of round wood on top and use the cement mixer as a sort of pedestal for our t.v. If it doesn't sell pretty soon, I many just have to do that.

This is some lighting that Ron put together. These all sold right away. He is working on more, hope to show you those in a day or so.

More snapshots of the store coming soon!!