Welcome to our new and improved site! Lucky for you, the beauty of our new virtual digs has given us the confidence to share this round-up of spectacularly heinous images – the best of the worst things found on our recent thrift store trips.
You asked for it! (Well, two of you did in the comments awhile ago – and now everyone must board the crazy train right along with us.)
It turns out a version of this high-heel shoe chair is never not on Anchorage and Eugene’s Craigslist. How is it possible that so many people are getting rid of such sexy furniture?
Every design blog advises bringing greenery into a space to give it life, and thrift stores provide myriad ways for you to stay on trend. “Freedom of choice” might be a bit off message for this particular planter, though.
Succulent planters are so hip right now – here’s a classy one that would be perfect in any setting:
In case you’re wondering, this is how Ligers are made:
Clowns are to thrift stores as sand is to the beach … essential. and everywhere. And here we have a collection of professional clowns–a perfect gift for any graduate school grad!
Whether inadvertent or on purpose, this display is awesome. Pure merchandising genius to pose babies dressed as bears next to wildlife shot glasses.
Exquisite portraiture abounds. Mera found her southern belle counterpart.
It might be the weight of his bouffant that’s causing this little lord to cry.
Just $16 for this artistic vision?
Because who doesn’t need a plate painted with an image of Michael Jackson making out with Rob Thomas?
A little something to gift to your sweet pea:
And last but not least, a series of large posters. Teenage girls everywhere are going to look at the One Direction posters in their rooms and decide to go a different direction in favor of the 1970s dairy-man heart throb.
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