Thrift Haul: St. Augustine Autumn Style Haul. Here's Comes Halloween!

I went back to St. Augustine after my Bed  & Breakfast stay to take in the laid-back vibe, take hundreds of inspiring photos, and hit up some thrift stores! I love what turned up at the stores:


This is my favorite find, it's the perfect autumn score. I've used this nutcracker set to get the yummy goodness inside of some tricky pistachios and it worked like a charm.


I love the idea of this sitting on the middle of a table, filled with tasty shelled nuts for you and friends to share over refreshing pumpkin ales or apple ciders. I'm selling it for $13.00.


This lamp shade was a lucky score, just what I needed to finish a DIY that I can't wait to show you next week!


This traditional little table was a curbside find. I'm going to keep this one since I've already sold too many helpful pieces of furniture like this in my quest for minimalism. It looks amazing in my bathroom holding towels. (This apartment didn't come with towel racks for some odd reason.)


Yet another gorgeous train case! I love the color on this one, it makes the piece very gender neutral. I'm selling it for $13.00. It's in perfect condition.


I'm sure those short ones are mid century modern cups but I forget the designer. I'm not sure if those tall ones are Dorothy Thrope, but I love them either way. I see these a lot but the price was right, so I've finally scooped them up.


These Ernesco Made in Japan cups (?) look like they may have had a lid at some point. I thought they were really interesting and worth purchasing and investigating.


And finally, a yard sale score! If no one buys this, I may keep it for my own silly Halloween costume. It's a stretchy, one-size-fits-all kind of piece. I'm calling it the "Mushroom Maiden" costume.


I'm selling it for $12.50. Halloween is next week already, I can't wait! I'm going to be in Puerto Rico visiting family November 25th to November 5th. I'll take photos and document the festivities, it'll be my first Halloween out of the USA!

 I can't possibly keep it all! Everything in my thrift haul posts is FOR SALE. E-mail me if you're interested in anything you see! I also host daily deals this blog (the haul post prices are lower than normal) and on Facebook and Twitter.


What did you find this weekend?

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22 comments:

  1. Do you think it's supposed to be an Alice in Wonderland costume? Smurfette?

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    1. I was thinking it was closer to Alice in Wonderland. It would make a cute Smurfette outfit, too!

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    2. Also, I found the exact same blue train case at the Goodwill over the weekend. So that's pretty weird.

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    3. Indeed! I really like the color, very unique and pretty.

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  2. That nutcracker set is adorable, and that little table was a great curbside find! We have some of those ombre silver rim glasses, too, and I've heard they're not actually Dorothy Thorpe, but definitely in that style. Thanks for linking up with us, and have fun in Puerto Rico!!

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    1. Ah ha, so that's what they're called. I really like their look either way. I'm glad I found the little table, I was needing more counter space around these parts!

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  3. love the acorn nut holder - that's gorgeous and i also love that little table. i can just imagine it with towels on it - good idea!

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    1. Thanks :) It's perfect in the bathroom, everyone will see it again when I finally do a follow-up home tour.

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  4. Ralph Lauren Sport Jeans that fit me in the bins that still had a $12.99 price tag on it. lanasdream eBay

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    1. I love finding quality clothes with the price tags still attached at Goodwill prices. I used to get all my work clothes that way.

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  5. Cute table.Is that teak?
    I've been sick with the flu all week and finally feel like myself again.Can't wait to go thrifting this weekend.
    BTW,the four year old finally decided what he wants to be for Halloween..kinda.We were at Target and he was begging me to buy him a plastic broad sword. I told him I would if I could make a costume to go with it and he agreed.He's going to be a Highland warrior complete with kilt and facepaint.LOL that's gotta be easier to make than a rainbow zombie.

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    1. I wonder if it is teak, I'd have to investigate. I love the pint-sized Highland warrior already, definitely take pictures to share of that one!

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  6. Hi, I wonder if the short glasses may be from some Finnish designer: Iittala or one of the designers from Finland (that I don't have the names on)

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  7. I think it may be. The design stuck out to me because it looks like ice. Thanks for the info!

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  8. I have a weakness for fall acorns! I love the nut dish!

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  9. Hi you have always been a great support of my blog Kitsch n Stuff http://cdiannezweig.blogspot.com/

    I am on a roll...a blog roll to add lots of vintage, retro, collectibles blogs to my blog roll and ask others to add my blog Kitsch n Stuff to their blog rolls.

    Is there anyway you could ask your blog friends if they would like to participate? THANKS

    Dianne
    Dianne@cdiannezwweig.com

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    1. I'll give ya a twitter shout-out!

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  10. Just started reading your blog, love it! I think the short glasses may be Iittala Finland by the desigber Tapio Wirrkala, he did the ice designs.

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    1. Thank you for the ID on those and the kind words :)

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  11. so THAT'S what that acorn thing is. it looked like knitting things, but clearly that wouldn't make sense. never seen anything like that before!

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    1. It's damn awesome, I love it. A knitting needle holder would be interesting, too...

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