Thrifting For Fall Decor

Contributed by: Erin Rochon of Bluebird Upcycled Style, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert

When the weather starts cooling down and the leaves begin changing colours, it gets me thinking about Fall decor. I love the rich, vibrant colours of the Fall and incorporating them into my home.

An inexpensive way to decorate for the season is to hit your local Salvation Army Thrift Store. Check out some of the amazing decor I found while thrifting.


I love fresh flowers, however, they do need to be replaced often and they can get expensive. Using artificial flowers is a great option for those that are looking to have the look without the cost or the need to take care of them. I found these flowers at my local thrift store. The stunning colour and scale of the flowers would make a big impact in any space.


This gorgeous vase is an amazing find. It would look stunning on its own or to display a Fall floral bouquet.


One of the most important things about decorating your space is to surround yourself with things that you love. If warm, jewel-toned colours are not your thing then add in colours that you do love. This beautiful bowl that I thrifted, could be a lighter take on fall decorating by creating a more organic feel by adding in pine cones and mustard or orange leaves to display in your home.

Thrifting for your decor is an inexpensive way to create a beautiful space for fall and while having fun with different colour palettes. Happy thrifting!