Today’s post features an area of my home that is SO hard to photograph or film! The lights in my kitchen are never conducive to photos, but my coffee station is tucked underneath a cabinet, making it even harder to capture. Nevertheless, I finished a new project I love so much that I fought the lighting to share it with you!
I’ve been working on this coffee station since I picked up the black mug tree from Kirklands in my after-Christmas haul. Decorating doesn’t usually come easy for me. I moved things around, added, took away, rearranged some more until I finally had the look I wanted. The item that finished it off was a thrift store find – a sweet little pottery piece, hand made in Poland, that only cost me $3.25! Today I’m participating in a fun YouTube challenge that requires you to use something in your home decor that you purchased second hand for less than $5.
Do you like to shop at thrift stores? I don’t care to shop the Goodwill stores in our area – they are really disorganized and dirty. My mom and sister find great things in their Goodwill stores, though! I found this piece in a thrift store that supports a local homeless shelter and children’s home. Shopping their neatly organized and clean store was a pleasure and I’m more than happy to support their cause! While I was there I found a set of 8 silver chargers for $4 – those came home with me too! 🙂
Do you shop for home goods at thrift stores?