Friday, August 30, 2013

why I love thrift stores...

That little seascape picture had me at hello when I was
browsing at a local thrift store a while back.


I love that it's unique and adds personality to my kitchen... and it was $4... how can you not
love that price tag!!


Happy long weekend everyone!

10 comments:

Bette @ Somerset Lane said...

It looks great. I love the pop of colour it adds. You can't beat $4 either. I love Goodwill too! BTW - I'm your latest Canadian blog follower! :)

Anonymous said...

Is it a painting or a photograph?

Elissa said...

Hmmm-- neither! Looks like an old print!

tiling adelaide said...

Attractive and eye catching. At first glance it is leaving very soft impression.

Andrea said...

Oooooh, what a good find!! I live locally, curious as to what thrift stores you hit up? I'm in the need of some good thrifty finds :)

Elissa said...

Hi Andrea! MCC is my go-to. The abbotsford west store is the best in town.

Musings of a Childless Mama said...

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designer upholstery fabric said...

I never get tired looking at these photographs, what a stunning beautiful place with a happy family.

Jenn said...

You have great style and take beautiful photos! I added your kitchen open shelving to my blog of inspiration photos for my kitchen. Thanks for the inspiration!--Jenn http://culdesaclife.com/

Anonymous said...

I need help! I love your style and that's what we are going for. Everything is already purchased. We have paneling in our family room which butts up to our kitchen. The paneling is only on one wall in my family room. We are removing the wall in between the kitchen in the family room which will end up being a peninsula now. My question is the paneling is going to end and I'm worried the flow into the kitchen will not look good my idea was to do white subway tile around my entire window which is where my sink is but it's going to butt the subway tile is going to end up butting up to my paneling. Do you think it will be ok