8 Home Décor Items To Always Buy at Thrift Stores

Lamps: One of the simplest pieces of home décor to update with a new coat of paint is a lamp. This method of painting with baking soda can also be used to give texture.

Light Fixtures: Almost any ceiling light fixture or chandelier may be painted with chalk paint or spray paint; one such example is this do-it-yourself light fixture makeover that uses frosted glass spray paint and Rub n Buff.

Picture Frames: Picture Frames Among the greatest décor pieces you can get at thrift stores are picture frames, which are also frequently available! Replace any artwork that is in a frame that doesn't reflect your style with something original.

Mirrors: Mirrors Every time I shop at the thrift store, there are always a few mirrors there. It's among the greatest locations to find affordable, distinctive goods. Look for vintage mirrors or windows that can be converted to mirrors at flea markets. 

Christmas Villages: The Putz houses and all-white Christmas villages have become popular Christmas décor items. Simply apply a few coats of white spray paint to an old, inexpensive set that you found at the thrift store.

Figurines: Spray painting or applying concrete-look craft paint on figurines makes them excellent accent pieces for settings. You may turn them into unusual bookends by fastening them on wooden blocks.

Trays: Even if the trays are typically out-of-date or have wacky colours, I regularly notice high-quality ones in the thrift store. Most of the time, spray paint can fix everything.

Vases: Vases While thrifting, if you keep your eyes open, you can generally find a couple vintage vases. Use your imagination to create unique transformations, such as this spray-painted and half-beaded DIY hobnail vase.