Thrift stores for a reason seem to have the same things over and over again. And if you are planning to design your house using thrift store items, chances are you’ll end up having the same designs as those buying in such stores. Fortunately, with the help of some creativity here are some of the tips that would make your thrift shop items be unique and stand out.

Reupholster an old office chair.

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Stray drawers make cute displays with a coat of paint.

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Turn a men's shirt into a quirky pencil skirt.

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Ugly decor can become original wall art with a little bit of creativity.

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Thrifted picture frames make a garden look super mod.

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Cut up cute vintage bed sheets to make retro cloth napkins.

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A fresh coat of paint makes any furniture look brand new.

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Thrift store teacups make adorable planters.

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Make a thrifted shirt ombre with a little bit of bleach.

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Or, turn dishes into cute mirrors.

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This modern clock is made from an old pot cover and clock.

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If you know how to sew, turn thrifted scarves into throw pillows.

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Use fabric glue to redesign a pair of high heels.

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Use white paint and vinyl letters to make thrifted art your own.

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A thrift suitcase + an old table = an adorable, upcycled project.

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Old records are cheap at thrift stores. Use your oven to turn them into retro bowls.

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