But first, let me tell you about TST.
If you are new here, let me explain just what #thriftscorethursday is. We want you to participate! Hit up your local thrift stores, craigslist, yard sales, estate sales, side of the road, anything! Thrifty doesn’t necessarily mean from a thrift store. We want to see your good deals, wacky finds and treasures.
Don’t feel like you need to save those finds for Thursdays! Yes, features are shared on our blogs and Instagram on Thursdays, but we’re all checking in on (and using!) the hashtag all week long. So, when you see/find it, feel free to share it! And we love it when you tag your friends to play along, too!
Each week Brynne from The Gathered Home, Cassie from Primitive and Proper, Corinna from For A Designer at Home, Maggie from Maggie Overby Studios, and once monthly a guest co-host will pick a favorite thrift score or two to feature! So please note that by linking up with#thriftscorethursday, you are giving us permission to share your finds via social media or on our blogs.
This week I wanted to show you some new chairs I’ve recently acquired. I’ve been craving a mix of chairs for some reason in my dining room even though I adore my black panton head chairs and black bentwoods. So I am scratching that itch on my porch. And you’re also getting a little sneak peek of the Fall porch tour coming your way Monday.We already had the folding chairs, but my landord at Sweet Clover had a pair of green bentwoods out for sale, and GOSH I MEAN THEY’RE BENTWOODS. I can’t resist.
You might also notice the head chair. One of our Sweet Clover vendors wanted to buy something from me, and I am always open to a good trade with a vendor as they always have things I want but try to resist. She had brought in this fabulous pair of blue original finish a couple months ago and I have been eyeing them. So we traded and home they came with me.
Now it’s time to share what caught my eye this week!
Pam from Simple Details showed off this pretty portrait she scored. And if you just got your October issue of Better Homes & Gardens, then you saw the spread on her beautiful home! Spoiler alert- her walls weren’t pink then.