The booth is called "Juxtaposition". You can see their sign, made from wood children's blocks and other tchotchkes in the upper right corner.
A good part of the booth's decor centered around these jointed bisque dolls. You could buy them individually, or as part of assemblage art.
If you're one of those people that are creeped out by doll's heads in decorating, this might be a little much for you. I like doll heads, and I thought this was an interesting way to show off these little bisque babes.
Besides the dolls, I liked the contrast of industrial, metal and wire with a log cabin quilt draped over a well loved wicker chair next to a sweet picture of a toddler asleep in their chair. It's the contrast that makes you look twice- I guess that's why they call it "Juxtaposition".