The Goodwill Outlet in St. Louis was a madhouse. It was an enormous warehouse full of rows and rows of large bins full of junk. Clothes were mixed in with housewares and there was little rhyme or reason to any of it. I almost walked out until I saw some well-dressed ladies leaving with some fabulous mid century oil paintings, and decided to push through my squeamishness and see if I could find anything interesting for my booth. Prices were calculated by the pound - books and glassware were 49 cents per pound, and the rest was 79 cents per pound.
I still need to clean the items I found before they come in from the garage, but here are a few things I found. Here is where the unbelievable, in a good way, part comes in! The price for what you see here came out to less than $2!!
Assorted vintage ceramics
Besides the outlet adventure, I did get to one of my favorite vintage shops this week. I found this fabulous moon map poster, which looks great in my son's room.
I also found this great metal tray. I'm thinking of painting it bright yellow to add a pop of color to the living room.
Well, thanks for stopping by! I'm looking forward to seeing what people have been up to at the following places: Nifty Thrifty on a Living Space, Thriftasaurus Linkup on Sir Thrift A Lot, Apron Thrift Girl, Creative Bloggers, The Marketplace and The Cottage Market.