Hi everyone, I hope your weekend was fantastic!! I enjoyed mine and had a few productive moments. It’s no secret that I have a fettish for vintage lamps .. Heck even now as I look back at this picture I … Continue reading
Hey! Hey!! I know it’s been a while but I’ve been trying to catch up with myself.. The heat is on and the thrifting scene is HOT!!!! I’ve been on the go and I still found time and energy to hit a few thrift stores. I hope you’ve been staying cool. What I first like to say is Atlanta is one big thrifter’s paradise…Oh my goodness!!!! I can’t wait to go back and hit the scene. I thought Charlotte was booming —- but chile, let me tell you– Charlotte ain’t got sugardity on Atlanta. I want to recap with you all the wonderful items I found in the past few weeks from going to Atlanta, to Charlotte and then Jersey. My lamp fettish has gotten off the chain.. Lamps galore.. and the best thing about lamps is- there’s a ba-zillion out there in thrift stores. In this post I’m going to feature a round-up of the favorite lamps I came across. All didn’t make it home with me, but I snagged a couple. Look at these beauties I found…This pair of classic ginger jar chinoiserie lamps would look awesome in a living room and at $17.00 ea.. they were a steal
I found these beauties – perfect for a garden inspired sunroom (or if you love birds).. they are an excellent accent. I love the iridescent sheen and soft glow on the glass
and here’s another pair that I came across – do you see that price.. $20.00 ea. My brain was on lamp overload – I kept wishing I had a place to put them (I’ll regret leaving them later). They’ll look excellent with your Fall decor.. the rich earthy tones will accentuate the rooms’s accessories.
This brass beauty was only $10.00 at Goodwill in Atlanta – perfect behind a reading chair
I simply adored the pineapple leaf inspired top
I came across this pair of mint green & brass beauties at Palmetto Thrift Store in Columbia, SC. They were marked $15.00 for the pair and the store was having a 20% off sale so that made them $12.00 for the pair (yes – these came home with me)
This modern mother of pearl lamp was a mere $28.00
A little brass table lamp for $6.00 was another bargain. I loved the black/gold lamp shade.
I got this modern wood/pewter lamp for $2.99 at Goodwill in Maryland. It’ll be perfect for my son’s new place (and he liked it -wooohoooo!). It didn’t have a shade – but I’m not worried about that.. One will turn up. If you follow me on Instagram then you know recently introduced my son’s brick cottage house he bought. He took a step towards freedom from rent to owning his home. It’s a fixer-upper but it’s most definitely worth it. You can follow along with us and the new hashtag for his home #brickcottageproject in which we’ll be showing the re-hab journey.
And last but not least…. I snagged this retro chandelier for $25.00 for his new place as well – (he wasn’t too much a fan of this but I assured him once he gets it hung in his kitchen – it’ll look fantastic)
One thing for sure.. it won’t go to waste… ! I hope you enjoyed my luscious lamp finds. It’s so much fun when the thrifting scene is good. At prices like these – you can play switcheroo anytime and not feel the pinch in your purse. Remember as always- Happy Hunting and enjoy Thrifting Your House into a Home!!