Repurposed shutter projects are usually very easy and fun to make. Coming by authentic (affordable) wooden shutters is not so easy. That’s why I’m here to tell you that using 1/2 of a louvered door works just as well. That’s what I used on this repurposed shutter magazine rack.
thrift store decor
It’s the second Wednesday, so that means it’s time for the Thrift Store Decor Team projects. I love joining in with my friends each month to share great thrift store projects. This month won’t disappoint. Awesome projects for you to work on someday soon.
It’s time for the thrift store decor challenge. I made a small pedestal planter using a reclaimed spindle and a porch light cap. It makes the perfect succulent planter. Be sure to hop over to see the projects my friends made too.
How to make a Sorry game board box to hold trinkets, treasures or gifts! Step by step tutorial will show you just how to cut, score and fold all the lines to get your game board box to the perfect size.
Spring Project ideas using thrift store items! Maybe you have some of these items at home already. Easy outdoor projects. Easy Home Decor projects to make this weekend.
It’s time for the Thrift Store Decor Challenge! I repurposed a cheese cloche glass dome into a butterfly display project. Small butterflies from the dollar store along with a $1 cheese tray makes this project a fun and easy Spring project.
This past year was a busy one for the Thrift Store Decor team. 100 project ideas just for you! Surely there’s something you missed in this huge collection of thrift store decor projects. I wonder which one you will try?
It’s time for this month’s Thrift Store Decor project, a jewelry organizer to hold necklaces. I made two of these organizers out of old table leaf trim pieces left over from another project. Do you remember the console table? Lots of other great ideas from my friends to inspire you to give thrift store items a new life.
Thrift stores are great places to find gold mirror frames to repurpose and transform into new and functional pieces such as this handy memo cork board. Paint is an amazing way to change up hollywood regency gold mirror frames. Tips on cutting thick cork board, as well as other great thrift store makeovers from the Thrift Stored Decor Challenge team!
My Repurposed Life is my name, repurposing furniture is my game. Sometimes I even re-do a re-do. This is one of those projects. After years of having this end of bed bench in the bedroom, it was time for an update. Using a coffee table as a bench for the bedroom is great for putting on shoes and/or helping the pets get off and on the bed. Complete tutorial to make your own.
I picked up a $5 vintage drawer and with a scrap piece of wood, paint and glaze, it’s now ideal for a small wall shelf, or a shelf to rest on a console or library table. I found a new glaze and I’m loving it so much, I can’t stop using it.
It’s time for this month’s Thrift Store Decor Team’s fun makeovers! I did a new lining for a vintage suitcase. You’ll also see a metal farmhouse sign, a desk makeover, an anything container, woven basket and a teacup candle. Something for everyone! Which one will inspire you?
I married a free chandelier with a thrift store floor lamp to make this unique and fun garden or patio light. I’m sharing all kinds of tips and tricks to complete your own project. This is a very versatile project, you could even use candles or flameless candles. This is the monthly Thrift Store Decor Project, so hop over to see what my blogger friends have been up to.
Cheap & Easy! That’s what I love! 🙂 Today’s project is both of those. A plain door mat from Home Depot for less than $5 is easily customized with spray paint-even in the dead of winter. I love this color, and it really dresses up this plain rug.
I’m a member of a great group of bloggers that share our Thrift Store Décor Makeovers monthly. I love being part of the group because it forces me to do smaller easy projects that I don’t normally do. We’re getting together this month to share our projects from 2016. Maybe you’ve seen them all, but…
Today I’m going to show you a simple thrift store footstool makeover. This poor little guy definitely needed some TLC. Even John (vendor 169) at Vendors’ Village knew it had possibilities if it were recovered. But I wanted to do a little more than that. I figured it needed a little color. …
I shared this thrift store artwork with you in my Recent Finds Brrr it’s Cold. I said I didn’t remember how much it cost, but it was probably 7-8 bucks. I bought it because I liked the shape of the frame. It hung out in the garage ever since, until I finally took it…
I picked up this magnetic chalkboard for only $3, and I knew that I could improve it with a little paint. I got it at Joey’s booth at Vendors’ Village. It’s not a fine piece of furniture, or that well-made, but I think this chalkboard still has a lot of years left in it…
I have such an Easy Plastic Frame Makeover for this month’s Thrift Store Décor Makeover-it happens the second Wednesday every month! I love it because it makes me step away from the saw and the drill. This seriously IS the ugliest brown <plastic> frame EVER! But, it was only $2 from Joey’s booth at…
I love our monthly Thrift Store Décor Challenge because it nudges me to do smaller easier projects, and I think that some of you might be more comfortable with easy craft projects versus larger building projects. Vendors’ Village had a little birthday celebration at the end of April. It was really crowded, and exciting to…