Best of the Thrift Store Decor Team Projects from 2018

Best of the Thrift Store Decor Team Projects from 2018

Instead of posting new thrift store makeovers and upcycles, the Thrift Store Decor Team has gotten together to bring you a HUGE collection of upcycling ideas. We’re revisiting a few favorites from the past year to bring you as many thrift store upcycling ideas and repurposing projects as possible!

I’ll first take a stroll down memory lane of a few of my favorite projects from 2018.
For my craft room, I created this riff on an antique hardware bin by marrying two thrift store finds together. I bet you can guess what the actual bin started out as…Hardware organizer from a Tupperware veggie tray
And for my home office, I wanted to jazz up the average cork board. So…I made my own! Again using a couple of things I found while thrifting.
Framed cork board from a picture frame

I always enjoy a good Halloween project, and this year, I made some Halloween spell books. Just decorative, mind you. But they have a very wizardy feel to them that I just love.

Making a Halloween Spell Book from an Old Yearbook

This year, I also started a new series of posts that I call “Thrift the Look”. And the first one I did was this version of French Farmhouse decor for a kitchen.

French farmhouse decor from the Thrift Store

One more favorite before sharing the full collection from the Team. Can you believe that this industrial side table started out as VHS storage drawers?

industrial side table from vhs storage

Ok, well let’s get to it. Check out the best and most popular upcycling projects from the Thrift Store Decor Team this year!

See any ideas that you’ll be trying out in 2019? Maybe some upcycled organization for your craft room or home office?

File tote for reusable stencils as arts and crafts storage

Or maybe repurpose someone else’s hard work by adding a vintage cross stitch to a pre-made bag?

recycled tote bag from a framed cross stitch

Have you added more “to-find” items to your thrifting list? So many projects, so little time. Especially upcycling projects for the garden, like these little signs!

DIY garden signs with grill forks

I hope you’ve found loads of upcycling inspiration here. And maybe added a few more items to your thrifting look-for list!

Decorating with hobnail milk glass for Easter

Happy holidays (and thrifting) from the Thrift Store Decor Team!

Petticoat Junktion – 100 Brilliant Thrift Store Home Decor Makeovers

House of Hawthornes – 100 Best Thrift Store Makeovers

Domestically Speaking – Top Thrift Store DIY Projects

My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia – Over 100 Beautiful Thrift Store Projects

My Repurposed Life – Awesome Thrift Store Projects

Refresh Restyle – 100+ Thrift Store Makeovers

Our Southern Home – Over 100 Inspiring Thrift Store Makeovers

Sadie Seasongoods – Thrift Store Decor Team Projects – Best of 2018 (you’re here right now!)

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Sarah Ramberg is the owner of Sadie Seasongoods, a website that celebrates all things secondhand. From upcycling ideas and thrifted decor to vintage-centric travel itineraries, Sadie Seasongoods is a one-stop shop for anyone who loves thrifting and approachable repurposing ideas. Sarah is also the author of “Crafting with Flannel” and has been featured in numerous media outlets and magazines.


  1. Domestically Speaking says

    I just love all these great projects!


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