It’s been a while since I shared a thrift store haul, and this one is filled with vintage-inspired thrift store finds from Goodwill.
I am always amazed at what I find.
Almost stunned sometimes because I never know what is going to be there.
And the funny thing is it’s my local Goodwill, which is 5 minutes away from my home, that has had the best thrift store finds.
For the last few weeks, I’ve been looking for some beautiful pink transferware for my fireside room.
I was pleasantly surprised, as I was browsing the aisles to come across these delicate floral porcelain dishes.
Not just any kind but that yummy rose pattern that spoke to my romantic heart.
You know you found a treasure when your heart sings!
And these thrift store finds I’m sharing today, made my vintage heart sing.
The latest trip to Goodwill had some delightful surprises that I wasn’t expecting.
And I’m excited to share them with you today.
The first thrift store finds from that trip is this artichoke statue.
It has a chunky roped tassel wrapped around the bottom that adds to its charm.
I love how elegant it is, and it adds a bit of whimsy to my front porch.
This was a splurge, in my opinion, at $29.00.
To my surprise, I spotted these chairs!
The black leather, or I should say pleather, had built up grime in the buttoned tufts and nail heads.
I bought it and brought it home. And gave it a good scrub.
Now, it sits beautifully near my dining room.
The blue chair is my favorite of the two.
It’s so sweet with a vintage vibe, plus, it’s blue.
I mean, how does that happen?
And I don’t have to paint it with chalk paint. Score!
Those of you that have followed me for a while have seen my chalk paint transformations.
Like the antique sofa that still blows my mind to this day. Here’s the link.
Not having to paint the blue chair was a nice bonus.
Another thrift store find was this frame.
It looks blue in this photo but in real life, it’s a beautiful dark green color.
The glass has a bubble look and of course, the floral decals with the copper-gold rubbed across the raised areas gives it a unique look.
I brought it home and scrubbed the glass.
On another trip to a junk store in Snohomish, WA. (Video of this store here.) I came across some old black-and-white photos and postcards.
One of the photos is of a lady from the early 1900s.
I placed this inside the frame, and love how it looks.
What do you think?
This sweet purple floral set of transferware caught my eye.
There wasn’t a price tag on this but was pleasantly surprised to purchase the set for $3.99.
Sometimes, deals are fantastic, aren’t they?
I washed them and then displayed them in my guest bathroom.
TIP: Each room can have a color scheme different from the other areas of your home.
I don’t decorate with purple but by placing this set in my guest bathroom, the color didn’t matter.
It has a cottage look.
I placed the saucer and butter plate on the wall on either side of this sweet cottage-styled print of a woman reading in the meadow.
On the shelf, I put the bowl and delicate teacup.
Some other thrift store finds are these squared jars.
They are perfect to fit the squared potted plants.
Pricing pots and planters on Amazon or Target was disappointing because of how much they were for one!
When I came across these for $1.99 each, and having that simple farmhouse vibe I love, made this a huge score!
Now, onto the last thrift store finds.
I love to look for white ironstone pitchers, creamers, and gravy bowls.
I found these sweet ones.
The one on the right is my favorite.
It has a vintage look and was an amazing find for $2.99.
I hope you enjoyed this thrift store haul.
These finds are so unique and surprised me!
I would love to hear about your favorite thrift store finds in the comments below!
For more thrift store finds follow this link.
And to get some home decor inspirations go here.