It’s been ages since I’ve posted something thrifty. I’ve kinda changed things up a bit and along with my Thrifting 101 series of great thrifted projects and transformations, I’m starting Thrift Store Scores. These will basically be me rubbing my awesome thrift store scores in your face. Sorry. But I like to show what kinda treasures are out there in the sea of trash. This also comes at a time where I’m thinking of looking into bidding on some storage auctions online… I’ve been having so much success with my thrifting that I think I’ll be able to use my sharp eye for good items to set up a little side hustle to make some extra money. If the people on Storage Wars can do it, then why wouldn’t I be able to?
Everything you see in my posts us found at thrift shops (mostly Value Village or Goodwill) for a few bucks, not flea markets, curated vintage shops or antique shops. Those are great too and have beautiful stuff but they’re usually significantly more expensive and take away most of the hunt. Which for people like me is the part we’re addicted to. I tend to collect housewares but I find some pretty great vintage dresses too. You can see those in this older post.
In my latest round-up of house and kitchenwares, I saw they also had a few secondhand kitchen appliances in the thrift store. I didn’t need any of them because I’m already set for appliances, but I thought it good to mention just in case any of you are in the market for a combi-oven, even if you have to do some DIY repairs or hire someone like https:www.aaronrepairs.com to fix it back up, you can save a lot of money than if you bought brand new.
One final note before I show off my goods, I’m thinking of starting up a vintage Etsy shop or having some kind of online garage sale in the future so if you ever see something you just love, please let me know!