You won't find a thrift shop without them. They're cheap and you'll be able to do a million and one things with them.
I've always loved how books allow you to display things at all different levels. They always seem to help you balance things out somehow.
This particular bowl might cost you, but it might just be worth it. Baskets are always plentiful at most stores, and I feel like they scream fall.
Hello! These are free, people. Grab them up. Stain them...paint them...use them as is. You won't go wrong.
It's hard to pass up a crate.
There's not a whole lot you have to do to make a crate look good. They're simply born beautiful.
Another freebie, guys. They're everywhere in our yard.
My husband would love it if you came to get some...
I sure do love a jar. Honestly, I use them year round, but they're wonderful for sweet, little fall pictures, pinecones or pumpkins.
It's amazing how an old $2 window can completely change the entire look of a simple, little wreath, or maybe a fun leaf swag or burlap bunting.
I had to. You know how I love them. I've lost track of how many I've bought at the thrift store...
You truly never know what you might find in the thrift store.
Glassware, wash tubs, lanterns, owls, even a pitchfork... It's all there somewhere. You just gotta take the time to hunt.
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