5 Painted Thrift Store Decor Projects
Hi friends! I hope you all had a great weekend. It’s finally starting to feel like Spring, which is very exciting! Today I’m going to share five projects from the At Home DIY monthly blogger’s group. We all tackled upcycled thrift store decor, and I’m going to highlight several small projects that used just paint to make a big impact.
I love this book caddy that Ruthie painted and stenciled for her daughters. Being a mom myself, I can never have enough toy and book storage. Especially when it looks this cute! Check out the before and the tutorial HERE.Meegan took this dated wall shelf and turned it into a coastal chic shadowbox. I have one of these in my stash, and now I know just what to do with it! Head over to Meegan’s blog to see the whole project HERE.I painted and distressed this stool to make it look like an antique milking stool that you’d find in an old barn. You can check out the makeover HERE.How cool is this piece of artwork that Sherry created from an ugly thrift store canvas? You won’t believe how it looked before! See it for yourself HERE.
I love to decorate with books, and Amy shows us how easy it is to turn old books into stylish home decor. View how she does it HERE.
It’s amazing how much you can transform something with just paint! I hope these thrift store decor projects inspired you to pick up a paintbrush and create something unique of your very own.
I’ll be back on Thursday with an Easter tablescape as I’ll again be joining my table stylist friends for a whole week of Easter table setting inspiration. I can’t wait to see all of the pretty tables!
And don’t miss the April At Home DIY Challenge! On April 15th, this talented group will be back to share home improvement endeavors. You won’t want to miss it!
Have a great week!