I have a little spot in my yard that’d be perfect for a planter. But the problem is, planters are expensive! So instead of buying a big fancy one, we’re going to thrift a filing cabinet and repurpose it to be a planter! Plus I’m going to tile it to make it even fancier. I have a whole tutorial for… Read More
I’ve been looking for cute accessories for the closet I’m redoing. While at the antique shop, I saw lots of hat display stands. But they range from $30 to $125. I bought one, but after looking at it, I thought that I could easily make one with thrifted items. Here’s a tutorial for how to make a DIY hat stand.
I love shopping architectural salvage yards. It’s fun to see the items that make historic homes so special. I love that these items are saved from land fills. Mostly though, I like to find items to make my house unique. So I decided to make an architectural salvage yard directory. This listed is organized by state in alphabetical order. If… Read More
My office is a little sad- especially the wall art. I’m on a budget so I was brainstorming how to make a big impact on a tiny budget. I decided to thrift some picture frames and give them a new life! This used picture frames makeover has a hint of rainbow and I’m so excited to show the process! It’s… Read More
I was thrifting the other day and spotted the cutest grandfather clock. Well, it was it was the shell of one because it was missing the actual clock part. I didn’t buy it at first- even though it was only $25. But I fell in love with it and luckily it was still there when I checked the next day!… Read More
I have always been intimidated to go to estate sales. I’ve seen friends score amazing finds, but have felt scared to walk through a strangers home and sort through their things. Plus the whole fact that it’s usually a sale because of a death- that felt sad. But I decided to give it a go so I thought I’d share… Read More