Goodwill , as I have learned, has a sketchy reputation in many areas of the country. In fact, I visited one in Portland, Oregon last June and was shocked; sticker-shocked. Although I saw some fine things, they were all "regular-priced". No way, Baby! That is why I am thankful for my local Goodwill in Metro Denver. It truly is a clean store and I always find great deals. The items I am sharing today are all from Goodwill and all were bought on "Half-Price Day"
This large framed print spoke to me and my love of children and animals. It is fine, as is, but I may paint the frame and put it in the kid's bathroom.
This was only 2.49, half price.
I really like this amber glass divided serving plate. I don't know anything about it except it weighs a ton and will be a nice piece to put out for Thanksgiving. It was $4 at half price.
It may be hard to tell but this is a HUGE white basket; marked $4, but, half price!
Heirloom-chippy-White is the transformation awaiting this funny-blue spice cabinet that was $2.
Click here to see the redo on the spice cabinet and quilt rack.
Maybe these books will help me be a proper lady. For .25 each, it is worth a try.
What dainty little plates I found for .50 each. I got 4 of them and they have a lovely green design.I will be using these for Fall decor; which is quickly approaching.
This brown wicker quilt rack was $20 but it was half price day and only $10, That is usually more than I spend but it is in perfect condition. You can see that I have already started roughing up the shiny finish with sandpaper.I have a feeling it will end up painted with Heirloom White spray paint. I will post the redo tomorrow.
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