Monday, January 21, 2013

Found Mr. Goodwill Hunting-Rashon Carraway!


I love a bargain hunter! Mainly because I am one myself, especially when it comes to antiquing and accessories. I will always pay more for upholstery and historic pieces, and even lighting if it’s a reproduction but there is nothing like finding something that you know is really great and getting it for a dime!! Well, I found the ultimate Thrift King- Mr. Good Will Hunting- Rashon Carraway!
Rashon started in interior design after appearing on the Nate Berkus show as a design expert,. He is the master of thrift/fabulous! Using a few dollars he can create a great space. I just love his furniture transformations. They are very inspiring! Besides design he has a penchant for Men’s fashion as you can se by his sharp photo!  Please check him out at www.rashoncarraway.com!  I also want to send a big thank you out to Splenderosa as I am so thrilled to have won the bracelet giveaway!!XOHappy Monday all!

Mr Goodwill Hunting-Rashon Carraway!


Tom Ford inspired Chair makeover!





The above  three are wonderful furniture transformations of furniture he found, love it!



9 comments:

  1. I looove a good bargain too! xo Caroline

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