Thrift shopping and finding old treasures a new home is a fun trend that’s been sweeping the nation. From new clothes, to timeless furniture, there are tons of different stores across Wisconsin with hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Here are the best thrift stores in the state.
There’s no telling what you will find at the Willy Street Treasure Shop. Browse around their cute store filled with knickknacks, clothes, and genuinely high quality items. If you are you are looking for a funky gift to give or just looking for something to fill that extra space in your house, stop on in at the Willy Street Treasure Shop.
Keep it local by shopping at Reimagine in Eau Claire, WI. On top of recycling inventory, they offer great DIY classes. It’s not hard to ‘go green’ while shopping at Reimagine. On top of that gather pieced for your home that genuinely carry character.
Founded in 1984, Nice As New is the perfect place to stop in central Wisconsin. Find an entire outfit or home good items. Their inventory is constantly changing and you’ll be in the midst of new items every time you stop in.
The Cozy Home on Monona Drive offers quality home furnishings for affordable prices. There are tons of different themed items to be found throughout their new location. You’ll find fashionable, clean, gently used home furniture.
Located within beautiful Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward is Retique, a one of a kind gently used men’s and women’s fashion boutique. Inventory ranges from jewelry, to bags, to shoes. Your purchase from Retique not only supports the reduce, reduce, and recycle movement but also supports Goodwill’s mission.
Snatch up quality treasures at Agrace Thrift Store. Find and entire outfit and accessories for your next event or spruce up the home with their stylish collection of decorations. All proceeds from the store help support the services offered by the Agrace Hospice & Palliative Care! Shopping with a cause is a no brainer.
Shop for thousands of different items at Ruby’s Second Hand Store. Inventory ranges from clothing to furniture—all priced to sell quickly. They offer weekly specials for even more added savings. Part of sales from Ruby’s will be donated back to fight hunger in Polk and Burnett Counties.