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design on a dime contest: the winners!

by Grace Bonney


i had such a blast looking through the entries you guys sent in for the contest- so many of you have gotten seriously creative with thrift store goods in your home! thank you to everyone who took the time to enter, and thank you again to for donating 5 VIP tickets to tonight’s event (i’ll see you there!). without further ado, our 5 winners (and their beautiful homes) are right after the jump…

CLICK HERE to see meet our 5 winners and get a peek inside their beautiful thrift-store decorated homes!

Susan Brinson : Susan and William Brinson found lamps, stencils, furniture, and kitchen odds and ends at thrift stores across Canada and New York- great work, guys!



Hannah Flora: I love Hannah’s beautiful thrift store vignette here- especially this gorgeous mirror she nabbed on the upper west side at a thrift shop. Well done, Hannah!

Lula Aldunate: Though Lula lives in NYC now, she decorated her work studio in Buenos Aires with his sister and brother in law using almost exclusively flea market and thrift store furniture. Wow!



Debora Francis: photographer has a gorgeous mix of flea market and thrift store goods from not only around nyc, but around the world! Thanks for sharing, Debora!



Liz Grotyohann: Liz lives in New Jersey and is proud that about 80% of her home decor comes from thrift stores, craigslist, and curbside finds. I love her mix of old and new at home- great work!





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