It's Thrift Store Decor Wednesday and today we're going to show you our 100 Best Thrift Store Makeovers from this past year!
I'm going to highlight a few of my favorite makeovers and then at the bottom you will see a whole ton more of them! 100 to be exact!
Is a hundred a ton? I'm not good at math.
And before I go any further, Janet from Colorado is the winner of the Giveaway!!! Thank you all for entering, I wish I had a tree for each and every one of you!
My favorite thrift store makeovers
(Psst - You can view each project by clicking on the link below the photo highlighted in blue. The link will open in a new page, so you don't lose your place here.)
I still love my Boho Succulent Planter made from a thrift store tray. It's a quick and easy project and the thrift stores are just full of old serving trays (I'm betting people aren't fond of storing them in between holidays so they get put in the donate pile).
This Message Board that Debbie from Refresh Restyle made to look like one of those old church attendance boards was inspiring. Oh, and she made it out of an old calendar holder.
Maryann at Domestically Speaking's Copper And Burgundy Mercury Glass pieces made from thrift store vases are a stylish way to keep those 1,001 glass vases that are lining the thrift stores shelves out of the landfill! And they're pretty darn cute too!
Gayle from My Repurposed Life made a cute kitchen command center out of an old cabinet door. These old cabinet doors are a dime a dozen (don't take me literally on that) at the Habitat Restore stores.
Sadie Seasongoods continuously KILLS me with her innovative thrift store makeovers. Like this industrial metal tray made from a piece of . . . Tupperware!
Christy at Our Southern Home has a knack for finding baskets at thrift stores and bringing them back to life like this one she made over for her front door! Gorgeous!
Kristin at My Uncommon Slice Of Suburbia put a window and a drawer together to make a wonderful planter. A marriage made in the tool shed.
And Kathy at Petticoat Junktion (my favorite blog name, by the way) made some fun and funky refrigerator magnets out of some rusty junk pieces. Uncle Joe would be proud!
Now on to the rest of the glorious Goodwill makeovers!
100 Best Thrift Store Makeovers
A collection of our 100 best thrift store makeovers. Bookmark or pin this page so you can come back to get inspiration for your next upcycling project whenever the mood strikes you.
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