$5.50 Goodwill Wine Decanter Makeover

Just when you thought the Goodwill couldn’t get any better, Val at Home Made Modern shares this little secret… “They get brand-new Target merchandise every week! Yep, you heard it here. You can find Target stuff for even cheaper than their clearance prices quite often…” Val recently picked up a high quality wine decanter that […Read More]

Simple Cameo Framed Art

Renee from Living 511 was on the hunt for home décor ideas and turned to Restoration Hardware for inspiration. She loved their simplistic cameo art and recreated it with a couple of framed prints she found at the thrift store for $1.99. Renee painted both the frames and matting and then hot glued decorative pieces […Read More]

Industrial Clock Side Table

Sherry from Savvy Apron was shopping at the thrift store when she came across an industrial stool just like the ones sold at Dot & Bo. Sherry didn’t really need a stool, but she simply couldn’t pass it up at only $10. The stool sat in Sherry’s garage for months until she had the genius […Read More]

Black and Gold Lamp Makeover

Mark Montano loves Kate Spade’s aesthetic and was thinking of adding a few of her pieces to his décor. That is until he saw some of the prices – $570 for a lamp!?! No thanks! Instead, Mark turned a thrift store lamp into a Kate Spade look-a-like with just paint and gold foil dots from […Read More]

Fall Cloches from Thrift Store Finds

You have likely seen cloches in décor magazines a time or two. They are perfect for seasonal decorating, as Sherry from Savvy Apron demonstrates with her DIY cloches that currently house pumpkins and gourds for fall. The kicker is that Sherry made them from an assortment of thrift store finds. An old dome clock, cheese […Read More]

Thrift Store Cabinet to Card Catalog Style Cabinet

Tami from Curb Alert says she sure loves high-end décor, but her budget just doesn’t have room for those high-end prices. Thus, her love for “anything and everything Knockoff” was born. She says, “ With a little bit of creativity you can just about imitate anything.” And Tami showed just how creative she is by […Read More]

Trash-to-Treasure Spindle Chandelier

Jeanette of Country Design Style has a knack for taking objects that others might consider unusable junk and creating something amazing. Take a broken coffee table leg for example. Some might see it as trash, but for Jeanette it became the center of this gorgeous DIY chandelier. Jeanette also made a rustic, shabby version for […Read More]

Textural Mercury Glass Pumpkins

Angie of The Altered Past shares an easy DIY project for recreating the look of textural mercury glass pumpkins from Pottery Barn. Amazingly, she made her sparkly pumpkins for only $1 each using cheap glass light fixture globes from the thrift store. Angie achieved  a similar effect to her Pottery Barn inspiration with Looking Glass […Read More]