Contributed by: Erin Rochon of Erin Rochon Design, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert
Thrifting for home décor is an inexpensive, sustainable way to have fun with design trends while also offering the ability to add any new colour palette into your home. With 1000’s of fab finds added daily, I always make sure to hit my local Salvation Army Thrift Store often to see what I can find. Here are my top 5 favourite home décor finds that I’ve scored over the years:
I needed a plant stand for my ever-growing plant collection and was so happy to find this ceramic column. It was a little tired looking at first, but with a quick coat of paint I was easily able to transform it into a modernly rustic statement!
I love adding metallics into my space, this brass stag was the perfect addition.
I found these beautifully bold pillows on one of my thrift trips while I was on the hunt for décor to change up my colour palette and boy did I ever hit the jackpot! The blue tones and patterns on the first set were the perfect addition to my space. I also couldn’t resist these hilarious orange dog pillows.
I absolutely adore the colour and the scale of this beautiful vase. It’s perfect on its own or styled with Pampas grass.
I found this stunning artwork hidden underneath some pictures. These memory blocks are handcrafted by Canadian artist Sid Dickens – based out of Vancouver. Each block is unique, handcrafted with reclaimed wood and plaster. These were such an amazing fab find!
Make sure to visit your local Salvation Army Thrift Store today to find some great home décor for the summer. Happy thrifting! 😊