|Tea/spice tins: always handy for holding loose tea, flour, sugar, cinnamon sticks, coffee, cardamom or even hair supplies. Most of these were no more than $1. I think a couple of them were even only 49 cents at the Salvation Army.|
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Odds & Ends
Although the main focus of this blog is obviously maintaining a deceptively cheap yet super chic wardrobe, we felt we may as well show you some of the cool other stuff that can be had from shopping second hand. Myriads of dishes, pillows, blankets, shoes, books, dvds, toys, matresses, dressers, coffee makers, etc etc... await you! Basically anything is a possibility, which is what, in my mind, makes thrift store [hunting] shopping absolutely exhilerating! Sifting through a pile of hodgepodge pillows and randomly finding an great one that perfectly matches one's living room decor gives us a thrill! Here is just a little smattering of some of the neat stuff we found that we might have ended up buying anyway from a retail store for much more.