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These thrift store decorating ideas will have you making a trip to the nearest thrift store, Goodwill, Salvation Army, City Thrift…..or whatever thrifty store.
You guys know my favorite tour of the month is our Thrift Store Decor Makeover Challenge. The thrifty makeovers the team shares every month are projects that anyone can do themselves at home. I love budget decor. I’m all about saving money.
Thrift Store Decorating Ideas
You can see all the projects with makeover details by clicking on the photos or the “pink links” below. The photos below are just a few of my favorites from the board.
Thrift Store Mirror Makeover from Christy of Our Southern Home
Christy took a cheap plain wood mirror and turned it into a designer piece. I always enjoy looking at the photos of her beautiful home. The paint and the technique she used for the special finish are perfect for her decorating style.
Starfish Vase from Maryann of Domestically Speaking
Maryann lives in California and I can always count on her for a beach or nautical inspired makeover. The turquoise color is perfect for the vase and the starfish are a nice whimsical touch! It’s so much fun to find inexpensive things at the thrift store and give them a new life.
Welcoming Porch Sign from Debbie of Debbiedoos
What’s not to love about Debbie’s welcome sign. She did a great job on the stenciling. My stencil work isn’t nearly that neat although after a lot of practice I have gotten better. I have a 3 tips for perfect stenciling and you can find them here…..How To Stencil Like A Pro.
Cute Utensil Caddy from Your Truly (that’s me)
And this is one of my favorite thrift store makeover projects. The cookie jar got a coat of spray paint and a little distressing. Clean and simple. The cookie jar was dark and unappealing. White spray paint works wonders.
Hope you liked the thrift store décor tour. Next month we start a new thing with the tour. We will have a guest blogger each month. In August our guest will be Gina of The Shabby Creek Cottage.
As always, thanks for being here, Kathy