Hellooo friends!! So it seems like spring is finally here, and that means spring decor! What better way to welcome Spring into your home than styling your entryway, in under $30 with thrifted finds!?! You all LOVE coming thrifting with me – I have been taking you along every few weeks to the Value Village close to my work, and y’all have been digging it! Everytime I go, I have been lucky enough to find awesome finds, and this week I have teamed up with three other talented ladies to bring you our Thrifty under $30 Spring Styled Entryways! Make sure you check out the following ladies:
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Now, I showed you that I snagged these vintage floral prints from my latest thrift store excursion. I love how Value Village actually puts out seasonal stock which is perfect for decorating in a budget! Spring is one of my favourite times of the year to style vignettes and my house, because I feel like it comes as a ray of sunshine after the dark and dreary (and snowy) winter. So this year, I decided to give my entryway a makeover with some thrifted finds – ie these frames!
The real inspiration behind this wall comes from a cross stitched floral picture made by my mother in law when she was in school 40+ years ago. I have had this piece for a while, and I wanted to highlight it in some way. When I saw these different floral pieces as low as $2.99, I knew I had to snag them and then put them together to highlight them all in this spring styled feature wall. Grouping small similar pieces, that are kind of insignificant together, can give them all cohesiveness and a new life – kind of life SPRING.
To tie them all together, I printed out this sign I had made 3 years ago and it is one of my most popular DIY’s to date. You can grab your free printable below, and get the full tutorial here to get the instructions!
Everything in this entryway is thirfted or DIY’ed. The only two things purchased (and old) are the flower stems (from Michael’s) and the books. The console table is a DIY project we did a few years ago, and the brass candlesticks, pottery and ofcourse all but one of the frames are thrifted finds.
I hope you enjoyed seeing the potential of thirfted finds in brining the season into your home! I hope you will be inspired to consider shopping second hand or a quick DIY to not only make your home beautiful, but also reduce your carbon footprint. Second hand shopping is a great way to be less wasteful and more mindful of the things we bring into our home, and it is quickly becoming my favourite way to decorate.