Tag: Interior Design

Shabby chic side table

Today while thrift lunching I was invited to go to the back of the store, yes the inventory room. I was so excited. There was a lot of great pieces back there, but this one caught my eye. It was a shabby chic white side table with a drawer and glass knob. It was in

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Something borrowed…Something blue

Blue chair

The Blue Chair I am so happy to reveal my next Goodwill find. While thrift lunching, I scanned over items in the goodwill center and nothing caught my eye. As I was leaving the store, the back door opened and I heard some workers putting out more items on the floor. When I turned I saw

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How Interesting…Vintage Glass Pitcher

glass pitcher goodwill

Friday was a good day! I made a stop to the Goodwill store during my lunch break and came across this unique glass pitcher. It is a corning ware glass pitcher and holds hot beverages. This is a vintage find. I love the curve of the handle and the detail. Take a look: MY GOODWILL

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In Light of others Perspectives

Good Will Trip #2. Well, after my first Good Will find, I was eager to go back to see what other treasures I would stumble upon. This was so exciting to me that I often made 2-3 trips a week to the Goodwill store. My inspiration on this day was to find a brass lamp.

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Natural Wood Coffee Table

West Elm Wood table

Hello! This is my first post to reveal my first item that I purchased from a nearby Goodwill store. When I arrived at my local Goodwill store, I was amazed to see how neat and organized the sections were. This made my trip even more exciting and less overwhelming. There were so many glassware and

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Diamond in the Rough: From Thrifty to Trendy

Diamond in the Rough : From Thrifty to Trendy Welcome to my blog! I love decorating and I recently acquired a new hobby as a thrift store adventurer. What does that mean? Well, I am a huge Nate Berkus fan and one of my favorite co-hosts on the show is Goodwill Hunting. I was inspired to

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