Home décor can be costly (hello $50 candles!) but you don’t have to break the bank to make your space a place to be proud of. Many high-end home accessories and products can easily be knocked-off using dollar store finds. So get your shopping tote out and roll up your sleeves because with some DIY inspiration and creativity, you’ll be living in style in no time!
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Spice jars look pretty plain as they are, until you channel your inner kitchen goddess. These dollar-store spice jars became Pinterest worthy with a little bit of paint and some inspiration from Anthropologie.
Stare at yourself all you want with this elegant Pottery Barn knockoff mirror that looks like it belongs in a chic boutique hotel. And it’s easier to make than it seems. Take a look at this video and get ready to rumble!
STOP AND SMELL THE FAUX FLOWERS
Bring some joy into your home with just a few bucks and minutes of your time. Isn’t this DIY floral wreath made with fake blooms just so pretty?
THERE’S BASICALLY NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HIGH-END AND LOW-END
It’s hard to tell which one is the dollar-store picture frame and which one costs a fortune. Your wallet will take a sigh of breath after you see how inexpensive and easy this gorgeous project really is.
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Check out this decorative gold cactus that’ll never die. I feel like I could have a disco party in the desert (without the CB2, it’s got a $80 price tag).
DON’T PAY BIG BUCKS FOR A MASON JAR
Seriously, dollar stores are practically built on mason jars. Pottery Barn may have made them high-end, but you can’t beat the authentic look of these homemade mason jar lights combined with cool edison bulbs.
YOU’RE ONLY AS GOOD AS YOUR GLUE GUN
This super easy project takes a $79 decorative letter and slays it down to only $4.50 with just glue, cardboard, and moss. Now THAT’S how you use a gun!
THESE DECORATIVE BALLS TURN YOUR HOME INTO A MANSION
These twine wrapped balls are sold for a premium in home décor stores, but you can easily DIY them with supplies from the dollar store. Also, they look pretty fun to make.
TURN A BASIC VASE INTO A LUX CENTERPIECE IN AN AFTERNOON
No one will believe you made this West Elm-inspired textured vase. The gold paint gives these dollar store vases elegance, and you can stick in wildflowers and turn your house into a Pottery-Barn-looking catalog.
THERE’S SOMETHING SO DELIGHTFUL ABOUT THIS SIMPLE STAR GARLAND
It’s easy enough for a kid to make this West Elm lookalike home accessory. This budget knockoff won’t even make a dent in your wallet, but will put smiles on many faces.