5 Up­styled Col­lectibles

Copy our list of fa­vorite and easy-to-find col­lectibles.

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Frames with or with­out art can be painted, de­coupaged, and trans­formed with a va­ri­ety of ac­ces­sories. Find for only a few dol­lars and add your own per­sonal stamp, such as paint chips cut and de­coupaged on the front.

Cruise the flea mar­ket and thrift store for these easy-to-find col­lectibles to cre­ate all kinds of per­sonal style and decor in your own home.

Bas­kets and coun­try dec­o­rat­ing are syn­ony­mous. Stack, hang, hide clut­ter or ar­range magazines. A coun­try home can never have too many bas­kets.

Wood crates make great cub­bies turned on end or can be used for plants, stor­age, loose pa­pers and even to cor­ral can­dles. Dis­play on side­boards, cof­fee ta­bles and book­shelves.

Glass jars and bot­tles can be the per­fect hosts for ev­ery­thing from drinks to stor­age. Gather at thrift shops with or with­out lids and fill with sea glass, white lights, flow­ers or foods.

Vin­tage but­tons are lovely dec­o­ra­tive ad­di­tions for cur­tains, frames, table­cloths and lamp shades. Find spe­cial ones sewn to boards for easy col­lect­ing.

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