Everything old is new again

Anyone who knows me can attest to my love of vintage items and thrift stores. Much of our furniture, decor, and my clothing and jewelry are from thrift stores. My dollhouse on FlipThis(Mini)House is from a flea market, and is being outfitted in large part by trips to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore hardware bins, St. Vinny’s, and other thrift stores. I’ve shared my belief in the wondrousness of thrift stores on here before. Here are some new-to-me items I’ve recently acquired that prove already-loved items deserve a second chance.

A vintage napkin holder that looks like a mini magazine rack. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.
A vintage napkin holder that looks like a mini magazine rack. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.

A wooden, oval shaped box, given to me by a friend who was cleaning house. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.
A wooden, oval shaped box, given to me by a friend who was cleaning house. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.

What’s inside? No way! Another wooden box!
Two for the price of none. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.
Two for the price of none. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.

Wooden oval boxes find new life at my house. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.
Wooden oval boxes find new life at my house. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.

Here’s Tyler, who we’ve had for almost two years now. He totally agrees that everyone and everything deserves a second chance in a new home!
Tyler. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.
Tyler. Photo by Holly Tierney-Bedord. All rights reserved.

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5 replies to “Everything old is new again

  1. Cool finds! But question, are you putting photo credits because you think someone will steal the photos or for photo credits or? Just curious, I haven’t seen that so much on blogs before. Is it something we need to worry about?

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