It’s the second Wednesday of the month which means it’s time for our Thrift Store Decor team challenge. For this month’s challenge I chose a small side table to makeover. It’s perfect for a Fall porch! Be sure to check out the projects from my friends. They are soooo creative!
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Lots of orange in this weeks Talk of the Town features! It looks like everyone is trying to get ready for fall with projects and recipes!
I’ve put together a collection of 22 inspiring rustic Fall projects for you! Home decor projects, outdoor and porch projects for fall. Many projects are very frugal being from the dollar store or your local thrift store. Lastly, of course there are reclaimed wood projects for fall.
I had some leftover molding from a previous project. By adding a scrap board and another small piece of trim, the only thing left to do was add reclaimed decoupage cabinet knobs as hooks for jewelry!
It’s here! You found our weekly Talk of the Town party. Always great features to inspire you to make, bake or DIY. What is your favorite feature this week?
How to take an old, outdated dresser mirror and make it pretty and useful. Don’t pass up these items at the thrift store, especially if you can get a great deal. With a little TLC, paint (and maybe a saw) these old mirrors can shine again. I think you will love the end result and be amazed that it’s the same mirror.
This simple apple caddy made from reclaimed fence will inspire you to make some sort of crate or caddy soon. I have lots of great tips for stenciling. I love the stenciling technique I used for this project.
Can you feel it? I think Fall is in the air, or at least with your Autumn features! Talk of the Town 189 is ready to inspire you!!
Trash cans, garbage cans, recycle bins—they can be so unsightly. I’ve had this garbage can enclosure on my to-do list all summer. I finally got around to putting it together. The best part? This project didn’t cost me a single dime. I used all reclaimed materials, with the exception of staples and screws. I’d love…
This easy project can be completed fast and frugally. This is the easiest idea ever for turning a cutting board into an iPad holder that has a chalkboard. With some hooks on the back, it’s a chalkboard key rack! So many possibilities for using a thrift store cutting board!