When it comes to styling the open shelves in my kitchen, I like simple pieces with a thrifted style. So for this month’s Thrifty Style Team, I thought it would be fun to share my Thrifty Style Open Shelves.
This is a view from our living room. Our cottage condo is an open concept home so you can see the Thrifty Style Open Shelves from pretty much anywhere.Each piece on my kitchen open shelves are either a ‘hand me down “ or a thrift store find. That includes the shelves!
They were a gift from my mom. They are oak, but didn’t fit the aesthetic of my home. So of course, I painted them with my own homemade chalky paint.
Very rarely do I spend more than 4 or 5 dollars for a home decor item when thrifting. I guess that is called “ cheap”, right?
The vintage scale is actually my great-grandma‘s. It is fun to imagine of how she might have used it for in her own kitchen.
Both the grapevine sphere and blue mason jar were each a dollar a the thrift store.
I love when that happens.
This pretty pink hob knob jar was a Dollar Spot find at Target. So cute, huh?
The darling canvas painting is my fave! I like how the colors match perfectly with my other thrifted pieces.
I won it in a giveaway on Instagram. (I will leave a link for the shop here.)
The pallet art on the top shelf was something I made for pennies. And I have enjoyed using it in almost every room in our house.
It is fun to shop my house to create a fresh, new look in our home. Throughout the course of a year I might be known for moving around and changing things up more than a few times.
Do you do the same thing, too?
I would love to hear how you use thrifty styling ideas in your home.
Below you will find many more thrifty ideas from my talented blogging friends on the Thrifty Style Team.