A heavy vintage table makes an ideal vanity in this Georgia bedroom and really brings heart and soul to this 100-year-old home.
This stunning leather chair was sourced at an Atlanta thrift stores. "It takes more time, but costs less if you thrift" says Henderson.
Make over a thrift store dresser with chalk paint and rub-on brass wax.
Scout out a couple of thrift stores for vintage ornaments and charms to use as card embellishments.
Mementoes, thrift store pieces and a collection of beloved objects give Rachel and Patrick's home its warmth and unique style.
Thrift stores, big box home goods stores and even your own cupboards are great places to find containers for your teacup garden.
Hit flea markets or thrift stores to score vintage beauties like a tiered enamel server or brass try to prettily corral your makeup and morning necessities.
A vintage W.C. Fields black and white poster overlooks a bar setup with items found in local thrift stores. Design by HGTV Star contestant Jessie Miller
A collection of thrift store finds create a one-of-a-kind living room filled with vintage pieces. A graphic curtain and rug add the eclectic feel.
Old silk neckties are a thrift-store staple. Give retro ties new life by using them to tie back draperies as designer Brian Patrick Flynn did here.
Rachel created this gorgeous geode coffee table by sourcing the geode on Craigslist and then having the base custom-made. She found the glass top at a thrift store.
A basic thrift-store or hand-me-down white tablecloth is embellished with strips of inexpensive burlap to give the plain table linen a sophisticated, custom look, perfect for Thanksgiving.
Champagne buckets are great items to keep on your antique or thrift store wish list. Much more than an elegant way to serve wine or champagne, they make great vases too.
Whether you find a vintage portrait at a thrift store or a massive, modernist Sunday painting abstract at a garage sale, Henderson says "art will make a massive difference" in a home.
Original and thrift-store sourced artwork, her parents' framed passport photos and small design objects give this gallery wall in the parlor off of the main floor kitchen feel quirky and hip.
Add extra dining seating outdoors on a budget by hunting flea markets or thrift stores for bamboo or rattan chairs. Customize them with a sprayed coat of primer and a glossy finish color.