See how I created this beautiful basket wall by using some budget friendly Goodwill finds! This is the perfect way to create a statement wall by doing some Goodwill shopping!
Happy Tuesday! I’m excited to share one of my recent projects, a budget friendly basket wall with Goodwill finds! I’ve been seeing basket walls all over Instagram lately and I love the texture they bring to a space. Finally I found some amazing baskets while shopping at Goodwill and was so excited!
The second Tuesday of every month I’m joining up with some of my blogging friends for a Thrift Store Transformation Tuesday Blog Hop! I love seeing everyone’s thrift store finds and how they use them in their homes!
One of my favorite bloggers to follow is Regan from Blooming Nest, and she created a basket wall in her home! I love how she styled hers, and she totally inspired my basket wall.
Budget Friendly Basket Wall with Goodwill Finds
While browsing Goodwill a couple months ago I finally found some interesting and textured baskets! I wanted them to be flat enough to lay close to the wall and have some varying texture and sizes. Amazingly I was able to find all of these second hand, and found an additional basket at Target from the Opal house line.
I started hanging the basket wall by deciding which basket I wanted to start in the top corner, and nailed it in with one long nail in the center of the basket. Then I added the next basket to the right, overlapping the other basket just slightly so they were nestled together.
Next I added the rest of the baskets slightly overlapping each other. I made sure to vary the size and texture to keep them from blending into each other. To hang them I used regular long nails to hang each one and they are staying put!
What do you think of my basket wall of Goodwill finds? I love thrift store shopping, and this Goodwill shopping trip was full of treasures. Shopping at thrift stores can be hit or miss sometimes, but this one was definitely a win!
I was able to find this beautiful faux fiddle leaf fig tree for under $70, this sweet belly basket for $20 and this modern bin organizer from Target for under $100! They bring the modern farmhouse / boho style that I’m loving right now!
Head over to see some more Thrift Store Transformations – my friends have put together some great ideas for you!
A Heart Filled Home
Jessica B Simmons
Sunshine Valley WV
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Thank you for stopping by today! Blessings – Leslea