Sometimes, the nook vendor has so many great products that they wrap around to the end cap like this display from Wendy of Marshflowers.
Vendors have such creative ways to display their goods! These rods and baskets show off all of the fabulous ellembee shirts.
At the back of the shop are more tables. Green Daffodil, which has its own shop in Ferndale that I visited in 2010, also has a table at Yellow Door and displays their lip balms in a vintage muffin tin...too cute!
Something we really liked was the photograph and brief bio of each artisan in their space with business cards! For example, Susan of daisy chains makes sterling silver and semi-precious jewelry. We would love to incorporate something like this into our Flint Handmade Shop at The Lunch Studio.
Our friend, Kate of Chicaloo Photography & More also has a nook at Yellow Door! For more on Kate, check out her Second Saturday Giveaway.
Even the restroom, dubbed "the loo-uvre" featured photography by a local artisan, Mandy of Ginger Mandy Photography.
A few of Mandy's photos in the loo-urve.
The very back of Yellow Door featured an area dedicated specifically to up & coming young artists aged 18 and under...
...and well as a full stocked corner of Michigan made food stuffs and books by Michigan authors.
Cheryl (l) and Molly at Yellow Door were very helpful and we appreciated them allowing us to take pictures to promote Yellow Door on our blog.
Yellow Door features a revolving display of the arts and crafts of over 50 Michigan artisans, only a fraction of which are featured in our photos above. We encourage you to take a trip to Berkley to check out Yellow Door in person!
P.S. If you are interested in vending at Yellow Door,