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Thrift Store Pitchers Makeover

By: Michelle Franscella from
Thrift Store Pitchers Makeover
Thrift Store Pitchers Makeover
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There is something so classic about the look of a spotless white pitcher; but, the price tag can be a real turn off. This Thrift Store Pitchers Makeover demonstrates how you can upcycle an affordable find into a great piece of DIY home decor. Thrift store makeovers such as this allow you to live in style, without breaking the budget. This project looks like it came straight out of a department store catalog; but you can create it for a fraction of their price. If you want to revamp thrift store pitchers, just check out this DIY tutorial for some great tips. 

From the blogger: "Love the white pitchers for Farmhouse decor, but don't want to spend a lot of money to buy them? Then check out this thrift store pitchers makeover!"

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueHome Decor


Materials List

  • Thrift Store Pitchers
  • Rust-Oleum Primer in White
  • Rust-Oleum Lauquer in White

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LI love to shop at thrift stores and I constantly see mis-matched dinnerware. This would be a wonderful way to make them match and really bring a sideboard together. I love country chic and this will give an elegant touch to my cupboards. Now I can't wait until my next trip to the local thrift shop.eave a comment...

I love the finish on these vases - right in the middle of gloss and matte. I would love to try this craft!

These are so clever. The stark white is so farm style, I love it. And now that I know the way to do it, and that it can be done I will hit the thrift shops. I have wanted to have pitchers and gravy dishes in a periwinkle blue. My mother had them back in the 50's. I can stop looking for them and just make my own. Thank you so much.

WHAT!?!?! You can spray pain ceramics!?!?! Who knew? I am in love with this idea. I pinned it as soon as I saw it. I am a pretty thrifty person, so the idea of getting a cheap and tacky pitcher and turning it into something beautiful and modern really appeals to me. It made me thing that maybe I could spray paint other objects like big ceramic ornaments or vases and make then look beautiful. I will be experimenting with this technique for sure!

Tried this craft? What did you think?

Wow these came out looking so classy and brand new! I'm going to have to try this.


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