• Kaylee Parsons


Updated: Mar 29, 2021

Who said home decor has to be expensive? I love when a home looks collected. Pieces old and new from travels, fine art, curated textiles and timeless antiques. Unfortunately, most of those items are out of my budget. As much as I would love a $400 antique olive jar, or a $1,500 vintage rug... I'm only 25 and I'm not quite there in life.

With that being said, I let those dream pieces inspire me and I search long and hard to obtain that look for less. However, patience is key and not all "thrift days" are good "thrift days."

When you do find something you can't wait to bring home, it makes being patient so worth it! Here are a few of my favorite thrifts that I've found over the last few months.

Lamp: Ties to the Past Antiques, Fort Worth, TX [$28.00]

Stone Pitcher: Ties to the Past Antiques, Fort Worth, TX [$8.00]

Brass Bowl/Planter: Goodwill, Fort Worth, TX [$3.00]

Floral Candlestick Holder: Goodwill, Fort Worth, TX [$2.50]

White Candles: Dollar Tree, Fort Worth, TX [$1.00 for a package of 2]

Stone and Glazed Vase: Montgomery Street Antique Mall, Fort Worth, TX [$12.00]

Not sure where to start or what to look for? I loved the look of these Anthropologie lamps, but couldn't justify the price. When I saw something similar for $28.00 I knew I had to grab it. Sometimes you just get lucky!

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