Some trips to the thrift store are futile, but some days I find a few items that i know I can give new life to. For $2.99, this dough bowl I found at my local Goodwill needed to come home with me! I love having trays and bowls with seasonal decor in them throughout our house. I have a bin full of . . .
Turning a thrift store find into coastal decor is one of my favorite ways to decorate. Here's another easy project for my guest room makeover. I set a budget for this makeover and transforming old items is the way to get the look I want inexpensively. I'm glad I bought this mirror a few months ago. . . .
This was such an easy repurposing project, but it's one that gives a whole new look to a tired looking wall plaque I found at a local thrift store. Chalk paint and a stencil gave it some coastal flair. . . .
Charleston Room Makeover On a Budget Series My latest thrift store find makeover is this cute, little curio shelf. When I saw it, I knew that it could be a perfect display shelf for a few pieces of my milk glass collection. Priced at $2.00, it was just right. . . .
From North of the Boulevard~ My latest thrift store find is a simple DIY makeover for an ugly tray. The pretty part of the tray? It was twenty-five cents! A little spray paint, chalk paint and a stencil and it went from old and ugly to fresh and coastal. Not only was this super cheap, it was also . . .
This little project happened after I bought four cute baskets from the thrift store for $1.00. I brought them home, not knowing what I was going to do with them other than spray painting each of them in some bright spring time colors. After cleaning and painting them, they definitely looked much . . .