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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

More Thrifting Fun!

I woke up to a bright and sunny day here on the Washington coast (RARE!) and I instantly had the thrifting bug so the little man and I high-tailed it to GWill and came home with a car load!

Lane 1963 Walnut End Table (the photo doesn't do it justice)

AMAZING Upholstery Fabric

Navy Tab Curtains

Some Throw Pillows

Mason Jars

Exterior Light ~ I've been looking for this style...now to paint or not to paint?



  1. Score! What great loot! Got plans for everything?

    1. Of course! That fabric has had me smiling all day! I can't decide whether to make some pillow covers with it or to reupholster some amazing MCM dining chairs that I scored a few weeks back. Those mason jars will end up in my bathroom...now to just get to work with its remodel. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. You always find great deals! I absolutely love the fabric!

  3. Awesome deals and great stuff. I love to go thrifting when I get the chance. I can relate to the weather there in Washington. I grew up in Seattle and then later moved toward the Cascade mountains until I moved to Indiana in 2000. One day I would love to move back home as Washington will always be my home. Found you through linky hop and I am now following. Hope you'll stop by for a visit.

    Hugs, LisaKay
    Belles Roses Romantiques

  4. There's nothing like a good visit to the Goodwill to inspire some creativity. I'm your newest follower on Linky. Looking forward to seeing what other great ideas you have for us.


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