Have you started decorating for the holidays? 2020 has been a challenging year, and many are looking to add some joy and warmth by getting an early start to decorating. Holiday decorating doesn’t have to be expensive. I often recommend hitting your local Salvation Army thrift store to find gorgeous and inexpensive decorations that will add some holiday cheer into your home.
The first step in finding the right decor for your space is to establish what your holiday style and colour palette is. Do you love a rustic holiday feel? Or are you all about the glamour and sparkle? Maybe you love a more traditional red and green colour palette. Once you have your colour palette and style figured out, hit your local thrift store to start pulling your look together. Here are a few holiday finds from my local thrift store.
Classic style with this red and white Nutcracker.
Add a fun non traditional colour into your design with this wreath with blush and hot pinks
This rustic faux fur Santa would be a great way to add some texture into your space.
This metallic sleigh would be a fun way to display Christmas candies.
This pre-lit tree planter would add some height and interest on a mantle or in a foyer.
This shimmering angel would add a vintage flair on top of your Christmas tree.
This beautiful tablescape adds a pop of colour with its traditional red and green colour palette.
Holiday decor shopping is inexpensive and fun. Hit your local thrift store to get some great finds. Happy thrifting!
With the colder weather here and spending more time indoors, it is so important to create a warm, cozy feel in our spaces. You can easily add a cozy vibe into your home and it doesn’t have to be expensive. There are always great finds at your local Salvation Army thrift store that you can incorporate easily into your decor. Here are 5 thrifted decor items that will bring that cozy feeling into your home.
Adding artwork into your space is a great way to bring in colour and adds visual interest. Art evokes emotions, so make sure to choose art that you love and makes you feel good.
Nothing says comfort more than a fluffy pillow layered on your couch. Finding these faux fur pillows at my thrift store are perfect for those cool fall nights.
Plants are living elements, creating a relaxed feel in any space. Thrifting for plant pots is a great way to add some texture and inexpensively house your plants. This pottery plant pot I found on one of my thrifting trips was the perfect size for my Jade plant.
4. Natural elements
Adding natural elements like wood and textures adds a warm feel into any space. Using woven baskets is a great way to achieve this. I love finding woven baskets at the thrift store, they can be used for your plants or as art on your wall.
Curling up on your couch with a good book at the end of a long day is a great way to relax and decompress. Fill up your bookshelves with thrifted books to get you through the colder months. You can also use them to style your coffee table.
Adding these 5 thrifted items into your home will up the cozy feel in your home and is easy on your budget. Make sure to hit your local thrift store for great finds. Happy thrifting!