I generally vend soaps, candles, etc., but this time I'll have just a very small selection of these, more b/c people have learned to expect dragon candles from me.
I will have a reflexology recliner, a table, and a massage chair with me in my booth. Now the difficulty -- the vendor coordinator (and owner of the site and faire) wants the chair hidden from view as it is "not period."
Well, I can toss a sheet over it -- but that'd get real dirty real fast, and would have to be removed/replaced for each customer and I just don't have THAT many sheets! (No laundry on/near the site -- this is RURAL.)
I can use "curtains" to block view into the booth -- which will increase the heat and be much rougher on me. Even with good signage, this would cost custom as people wouldn't see what I have to offer.
At least two other faires that have a massage vendor allow the equipment to be out in plain view, but this is supposed to be a more historically accurate setting, so...ideas?
ETA: Remember, this all has to fit in my car in one trip....