Thrift Store Decor: Unique, Eco-Friendly & On-BudgetSeptember 17, 2019 / Community, Home, Home Decor, Interior Design
Using secondhand items in your home is a great way to shop sustainably while adding creativity to your decor. It may take some digging, but with a little patience and an open-mind you can often find some great pieces to either reuse, reclaim, repurpose, or upcycle! Plus, you can shop guilt-free knowing that you’re using existing items & materials (which is better for our environment)!
We are lucky to have many secondhand thrift & antique shops located throughout the Seacoast area – some even function as fundraisers for charitable programs. We’ve listed a few places below, but please share your favorite spots with us!
Fair Tide (Kittery): www.fairtide.org/thrift-store
Lost Coast (Kittery): www.facebook.com/lostcoastme
The Fabulous Find (Kittery): www.thefabulousfind.org
York Community Service Association (YCSA): www.ycsame.org/thrift-shop
Hidden Treasures (York): www.hiddentreasures.biz
Leeward Landing (York): www.leewardfoundation.org/our-stores.html
Just the Thing (Dover): www.facebook.com/dovernh
Home Renewed (Hampton): www.facebook.com/HomeReNewedLLC
Wonderland Thrift (Stratham): www.facebook.com/WonderlandThrift
Yellow Barn Vintage (Stratham): www.yellowbarnvintage.com/Slideshow-Photos
The Collector’s Eye (Stratham): https://www.facebook.com/collectorseye
ReStore (run by Habitat for Humanity – Newington): nhrestore.org
TIP: Visit Upcycle That for some great ideas & inspiration on upcycling & repurposing!