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Antique Thrift Store Mirrors

Posted by on Mar 5, 2013 in bathroom, thrift store | 14 comments

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a thrift store lover.

I go daily if I can.

Once you find a few treasures like I have found, you too would be hooked.

Take these mirrors for instance.

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I picked them one up at Goodwill a couple of weeks ago.

I had no idea what I was going to do with them, but I couldn’t leave ‘em behind.

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Apparently there is a very popular song right now about thrift stores.

If you have a teen, ask them.

They know the song.

Or, if you are just cool, you know the song.

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I have not heard it yet.

I am probably the most pop culturally unaware person that you would ever meet.

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It seems that the “radio” version is the only way you should listen to this song.

I have had several people tell me that they always think of me when they hear it.

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I wonder if I should be offended?!

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I haven’t been to Goodwill yet today; I better get hoppin’!

Maybe I will catch the song on the way. . .

If I turn my radio on?

Life to the full,

Melissa

Sunday

Under the Table and Dreaming

I Heart Naptime

The DIY Showoff

The Tablescaper

I Should Be Mopping the Floor

Nifty Thrifty Things

Flamingo Toes

Twigg Studios

 

Monday

Cowgirl Up

Mod Vintage Life

Between Naps on the Porch

Home Stories A to Z

A Stroll Thru Life

Uncommon Designs

Alderberry Hill

 

Tuesday

Elizabeth and Company

My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Cozy Little House

The Rustic Pig

A Diamond in the Stuff

Knick of Time

 

 

Wednesday

Savvy Southern Style

Shades of Amber

Someday Crafts

Beyond the Picket Fence

The 36th Avenue

Live, Laugh, Rowe

 

Thursday

Imparting Grace

The Vintage Farmhouse

Freckled Laundry

No Minimalist Here

The Charm of Home

From My Front Porch to Yours

The Shabby Creek Cottage

 

Friday

My Romantic Home

French Country Cottage

Tatertots and Jello

Miss Mustard Seed

Common Ground

The Shabby Nest

Liz Marie

Craftberry Bush

Jennifer Rizzo


Saturday

Funky Junk Interiors

Six Sisters Stuff

It’s Overflowing

Too Much Time

 

 

 

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14 Comments

  1. You sure hit the bank there gal. Love the mirrors, frames are gorgeous. I noticed the wall of silver platters hanging on a wall, awesome. I never thought to do that with all the ones I’ve purchased. I’ll start buying them to hang instead of to spray paint and use for trays, (or both).
    Guess that’s one less than great thing about living out away from town, not being close enough to thrift stores. Running to thrift stores in G.J. every day is just not an option, especially with gas going up again. Our local thrift shop isn’t open Monday/Tuesday which is a bummer. On Wed. when they do open it’s a mad house at the door. Too many folks bring in their really young children to let them run the store and I’m just not up to dealing with hearing kids screaming and almost knocking me over. So I stay away. Choices we have to make. One way I could have better chance of getting some of the good stuff is if I volunteer to help price goods. Then I’d get much better choice and chance. It’s a thought. They do pricing on Monday and Tuesdays I guess. Happy March

  2. Oh my I had that same exact frame. I bought it at auction for $5 and put a french tapestry in it. I had it here for a while then sold it for $135. I never thought to put a mirror in it.

  3. Beautiful mirrors, Melissa. I love that square one. I saw a nice oval mirror yesterday at the local antique mart, but there was no price on it and no vendor. I will have to go back another day and see if the vendor is there. They also had a great frame I would have liked, too.

  4. love them both- especially the first! i can’t pass up pretty mirrors either!

  5. LOVE that last shot!!

  6. I love thrifting too! Both mirrors are beautiful! I have two of the oval one you have (a large and a medium size).

  7. That is a great find! You always find awesome things. Thanx for partying!

  8. Well, count me in on the “unaware” ticket. I, too, know very little about pop culture, latest songs, etc. And I admit, it’s pretty much on purpose. :)

    As for thrifting, I love it. I don’t go daily, but I do try to make the rounds weekly. Love your mirrors!

    Visiting from Grace at Home today.

  9. Nope, can’t say that I’ve heard the song either. Those are seriously gorgeous mirrors though! I would love it if you linked this post at Thrifty to Nifty Thursdays at A Jennuine Life – http://www.ajennuinelife.com/2013/03/thrifty-to-nifty-thursdays-10.html.

  10. I love shopping at Goodwill, but apparently, I need to go every day! I did not know about the song, but I do believe that shopping vintage is very big with young people. I had a really fun day with a college student and her mom in Athens, Ga. a few years ago. The student took us to all of the vintage stores in town on a shopping expedition. She was looking for clothes, but most of the stores had lots of vintage pieces of all kinds. There were tons of students shopping in all of the stores. I guess we are “in”, Melissa! I would love to hear the song! Great mirror finds!!

  11. I had already planned a trip with a friend to thrift shops looking for mirrors so now I’m double inspired to find some good ones!
    Heather from Friendship, Life and Style

  12. I have been looking for a big mirror so I guess I should try Goodwill!!! What realy drew me t this post was the double lamp on the table….did you get it at Kirklands by any chance? Thanks. Pinky

  13. I definitely need to shop at your thrift store, I love your mirrors. Hugs, Marty

  14. I don’t know the song either. And I was at the Goodwill today, you didn’t miss a thing. … Love your mirrors!

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