Today, I’m sharing what to look for while thrifting fall decor for home. These are the vintage fall decor items that I’m thrifting for right now, as well as how to repurpose and reuse those items.
Everyone I know is pulling out fall decor and guess what? They are getting rid of many items that they forgot they had and have already replaced with something new this season.
Welcome to Thrifting with the Gals monthly Blog Post where we share all our best thrift store ideas with you. If you are joining me from, Michelle at Marchemaison, welcome! Didn’t you love all of Michelle’s outdoor Vintage spaces. Be sure to check out all the great thrifting tips at the end of this post.
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Thrifting for Vintage Fall Decor For Home
You may be asking what should I look for! Well, here are some of my favorite tips when thrifting for fall decor for your home.
Fall Vintage Tableware
Anything fall related will get a glance from me. I love finding fall serving pieces and tableware decor. Last fall I dedicated a full post to a Thrift Store Thanksgiving Tablescape. Click on these highlighted links to see previous posts and links.
I hope I have the same success this fall when searching for tableware.
This cute pewter leaf was only $1.00. It can be used year round, but looks perfect for fall.
The table was only $7.00 and after a fresh coat of paint and new hardware, it’s perfect for the front porch. Even these rockers are all thrifted.
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Thrifted Fall Wreaths
One item that I’ve had success finding for my home is thrifted fall wreaths.
First, keep in mind, they don’t have to be in perfect condition.
If you own a hot glue gun, you are golden. Just fill in any gaps with additional supplies that are cheap at the dollar store. See this cheap tin can and dollar store wreath tutorial.
I especially like to find great grapevine wreaths. Y’all know that I make a lot of those myself because you’ve read My Ten Tips for FREE Fall Decorating, but I don’t leave behind a great deal either.
What if it’s not the right size? Here I’ve combined a smaller wreath with a larger grapevine wreath.
I purchased this cute little wreath at the thrift store for only $3.00. Since it was smaller than I needed for this space, I used a piece of floral wire to tie the two wreaths together.
Next year they can be used separately again.
Here is a Christmas wreath that I used this same technique with. The larger wreath was found while thrifting.
I’m sorry for the Christmas view but this really shows the impact of combining a thrift store wreath with the smaller Floral Treasure Wreath.
Look for Vintage Fall Prints
Another favorite item to look for is prints or needle point pieces. The colors in these pieces are great to add to your fall vignettes.
I picked up these two needlepoint pieces for $1.00 to $3.00 each. You can see how I used the print below to decorate the screened porch this fall.
The hard work that went into this artwork and attention to detail makes it perfect fall decor for home. Plus…. the custom frame alone, is worth the price I paid.
Vintage Amber Bottles – Perfect Fall Decor for Home
Y’all know that I love my amber bottles and although a lot of mine are inherited, I’m still picking up a few here and there. You can occasionally find some great deals on them at thrift stores and antique malls.
I recently found these two for only $7.00.
These look great grouped together for fall or alone with a fall stem or piece of wheat.
The larger bottle is labeled Pre-Digested Meat. I really can’t imagine what that bottle contained. LOL
Start Looking for Christmas
Yes, I said the C word!! I’m already seeing a lot of Christmas decor in the thrift stores.
I know!!! It’s too early but have you been to Hobby Lobby lately?? Then you know it’s never too early to shop for Christmas Decor.
I just found this box of Shiny Brites for $1.00. They are not my favorite color for Christmas, however they will be great in an ironstone tureen in my bathroom or in the guest bedroom.
Always look for Seasonal Vintage Decor
My last tip is to always be looking for seasonal vintage decor. Sometimes the best deals are after the season is over and people don’t want to store all those treasures. So keep your eyes open when thrifting and you may get some great items for next year.
You can see more of my ideas at my Top Ten Tips for Successful Thrift Store Shopping.
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Thanks so much for stopping by today and I look forward to sharing my next adventure with you.
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