We change up the monthly Thrift Store Decor Challenge at the end of each year. We look back on our projects from this past year. It’s a great post for you to bookmark or save on Pinterest, with so many Must See Thrift Store Projects in one place!
Thrift Store Basket Projects
Have you ever decoupaged a basket? Using napkins to decoupage really is fun and easy. These hydrangea napkins turned out so pretty on my basket, don’t you think?
A thrift store basket gets the Finish Max treatment and a new lease on life! This basket can do double duty in any room in the house.
Here’s another great basket makeover. Have you seen all the baskets at your thrift stores? Everyone donates them for some reason. My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia always scores the BEST stuff! Check out this DIY Weathered Basket makeover.
Outdoor Thrift Store Projects
These bowling ball gazing ball projects have been around ever since I first started blogging in 2009. Has it really been 10 years of of repurposed furniture and thrift store projects?
This awesome birdbath repurposed into a succulent planter is the work of Domestically Speaking. Isn’t it awesome?
In my post How to Refurbish a Wind Chime, I’ll give you all the tips you need to make your old wind chime new again!
The Thrift Store Decor team hosted a special edition of thrift store planters. I put together this succulent planter made from a toolbox.
Furniture Thrift Store Projects
Sometimes you can find really nice tables at thrift stores because they have a structural issue. That was the case with this small side table that had a few loose joints. That’s an easy fix with a little wood glue!
Random chairs are easily found at junk stores. The power of paint is amazing! Paint odd chairs the same color and use them as a mis-matched set.
Home Decor Projects
An old wooden valance makes an awesome Christmas Stocking Shelf! I did use a few tools on this thrift store makeover, but I’m showing you the easiest way to make it when you don’t have a lot of tools.
Sadie Seasongoods turned an old ice bucket into a fresh and new farmhouse vase! Don’t pass up old and rusty, dusty items at the Thrift Store!
This Trinket Box Makeover was a long time coming. I had it in my stash for quite a long time, and it was very patient waiting for it’s makeover. If you’ve been a friend over the many years I’ve been blogging, you will recognize this booth number as Joey’s. For years, his was the first booth I would visit for great deals on thrift items.
From Our Southern Home, we have these beautiful candlesticks that were painted oh so pretty. These candlesticks are readily available at thrift stores.
In my neck of the woods, cabinet doors are easy to find. There are so many ways you can upcycle them This cabinet door became an easy chalkboard project.
Do you ever see old wooden boxes at thrift stores? Refresh Restyle worked her magic on this old recipe box, giving it a “refresh” and more!
Oh my! This Pottery Barn Mirror Makeover took years to happen. This little gal was stored in my shed for so long. I have to wonder, why did I wait so long? Did you know my limit, for the longest time, was $5?
Paint changes everything! House of Hawthornes painted a vintage wall pocket, isn’t it perfect?
More great Thrift Store Project Ideas
So, there you have it, a whole years worth of Thrift Store Projects you won’t want to miss.
Visit my friends to see their roundups of projects!
Domestically Speaking Best Thrift Store Makeovers
Petticoat Junktion Thrift Store Decor-Trash to Treasure
Refresh Restyle Best of the Best Thrift Store Makeovers
Our Southern Home Best of Thrift Store Decor 2019
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia 100 Beautiful Thrift Store Makeovers
Sadie Seasongoods Thrift Store Upcycling Ideas from 2019
House of Hawthornes 100 Best Upcycle Ideas
But wait! There’s more! See the thumbnails below for a lot more ideas.
What will you make?