Seasoned thrifters know that just because you buy things at thrift stores, you don’t have to settle for shoddy, or run-of-the-mill merchandise. Part of the fun is finding quality stuff at lower than bargain basement prices. Plus, you get environmental brownie points by recycling.
Last month, through calm patience I discovered three appealing, excellent quality containers.
It’s getting harder to find Royal Haeger specialty pottery in good condition at thrift stores these days. I had good luck in April by finding a mint condition Ewer vase at the Goodwill Store for a couple of dollars. I recreated a late 1960s/early 1970s look with a trio of bearded irises in a bed of large leaves.