A spring cleaning and Goodwill week pairing worked to my advantage this week. Our nephew is getting married next weekend, and Places In The Home is celebration central. We will be hosting family from near and far, the Canadian snowbird son and his fiancée are coming home, and we are in full on here comes the bride and groom mode. Company’s coming, and I’ve been gathering, purging, cleaning, organizing,
cursing (spring cleaning has been known to drive you to it!) and editing like nobody’s business. Fortunately, I hit the jackpot on a recent Goodwill hunting visit to our local Goodwill where I found useful and decorative items for my spring cleaning and organizational needs.
And my summer entertaining needs.
And my copper in the kitchen decor needs.
And my front door wreath perfect for weekend wedding celebration decorating needs.
Another celebration I am taking part in is #GoodwillWeek. Our local Goodwill proves visit after visit to be an excellent source for kitchen, home decor and vintage finds. From donation to decorating, the Goodwill process is a win-win situation- one that gives as good as it gets. You never know what Goodwill goodies you will find as you shop a little and save a lot browsing Goodwill’s awesomely affordable inventory.
Spring cleaning time offers an excellent opportunity to donate items you no longer wear or housewares you no longer use to one of more than 4,700 Goodwill donation centers across the U.S. and Canada. Goodwill works in communities providing people with skills and job training, employment placement and other support services so that they are stable both at home and in the workplace.
I love the look in the image above, and will definitely be on the lookout for baskets on my Goodwill hunting trips. DIY fans and decoristas in search of a quality bargain and stylish decor pieces appreciate the shop a little-save a lot concept Goodwill offers, and donating to and supporting Goodwill and Goodwill week is always in style.