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If you have ever decorated a home you know that home decor can be expensive. Sometimes crazy expensive! While I love a good Pottery Barn trip, let’s be honest, sometimes it just doesn’t make sense to spend that much money, or I just don’t have that much money! 🙂 Can you relate?
That’s why we have rounded up some brilliant ideas on how to decorate your home with items from the Dollar Store!
Yes, you heard that right, the Dollar Store!
With a little bit of imagination and DIY skills, you can create these beautiful ideas to decorate your home with items from the Dollar Store!
Check them out!
14 Must See Home Decor Ideas From The Dollar Store
MAKE YOUR OWN MIRROR
Isn’t this mirror GORGEOUS! Karianne from Thistlewood Farms created this beautiful mirror out of compacts from the Dollar Store! I image you could find a very similar mirror at Pier 1 for a lot more than what she spent creating it herself! This is such a brilliant idea! Check out her tutorial here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Thistle Wood Farms
I love a pretty, organized space. Don’t you? And these spice organizers are so pretty! I would love to have them in my pantry! This would be a quick and easy way to transform the way you organize your spices and so cheap! Head on over to your Dollar Store and pick up a few spice jars! And then create your own labels. So easy! See how the Social Home created these cute spice jars here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: The Social Home
DIY SOAP DISPENSER
Here in the south, we love mason jars! And this mason jar soap dispenser makes my eyes light up! This is such an easy DIY project. Just grab a mason jar from the Dollar Store (or one you already have) and add a soap dispenser lid. I have seen these at Dollar Stores before like Dollar General or Family Dollar, but you can also find one here if your local Dollar Store doesn’t have them.
You could decorate the mason jar any way you like or just keep it clear! See how Cheryl Style did it here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Everyday Dishes
DIY KITCHEN UTENSIL ORGANIZER
Megan from The Homes I Have Made has some brilliant ideas on how to decorate your home and I especially love how she decorated with these mason jar organizers! It is such a cheap and easy project but makes a huge impact with cute colors and a place to store and organize your kitchen utensils.
Read The Full Tutorial Here: For Rent
DIY ROPE BASKET
This rope basket looks like something you’d find in a Pottery Barn magazine. But guess what! It is made with items from the Dollar Store and you can easily make it too!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: I Heart Organizing
DIY ILLUMINATED PICTURE CUBE
What a brilliant way to display your family photos! I love how That’s What Che Said created this beautiful way to display her children’s pictures out of Dollar Store picture frames! You can easily create these with a few picture frames, glue, and a tea light! See the full tutorial here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: That’s What Che Said
DIY DECORATIVE PLATES
These plates are so cute and would look great in a farmhouse kitchen! I imagine they would be a great way to decorate over the sink or even in your dining room! This is a very simple way to decorate your home with just plates from the dollar store and decals made out of vinyl! You can make them with a cricuit or silhouette cameo! Or if you don’t have a cutting machine, you can find some here on Etsy!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Average Inspired
DIY BURLAP STORAGE BASKETS
These burlap baskets are so cute and a great way to stay organized! Don’t they look like something you would find at Target or TJ Maxx? But really, they are made out of dollar store baskets and burlap! Melanie from Simple Made Pretty made these to keep her home organized and you can too! Check out her tutorial here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Simple Made Pretty
JELLY JAR SUCCULENTS
Succulents are so pretty all year round and the perfect plant for those that don’t have a green thumb like me 🙂 A great way to plant them and decorate with them around your home is to place them in jelly jars! Grab a few jelly jars from the dollar store and paint them any color you want. Then plant your favorite succulent in them! Such a cute and easy way to decorate your home with dollar store items!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Home Talk
DIY JEWELRY ORGANIZER
Don’t want to spend a bunch of money on a jewelry organizer? Then you don’t have to! You can create this beautiful jewelry organizer with plates and candlesticks from the Dollar Store! Just stack them and glue them together. See the full post here! Such a great home decor idea from the dollar store! You
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Liz Marie Blog
DIY DECORATIVE LANTERN
Umm, aren’t these lanterns adorable! I’m pretty sure you can find very similar ones at Hobby Lobby for way more then what you can make them for! Hometalk made these out of picture frames from the dollar store. Genius! Paint them colors to match your house, or they are so cheap that you could make one for different holidays! A red Christmas one would be adorable! See how to make them here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Home Talk
DIY ORGANIZING DRAWERS
I love how rustic these drawer organizers are, don’t you! They look like they belong in a farmhouse! They also look very expensive, but they’re not! Little House of Four made them with mini drawer organizers from the Dollar Tree! Who would have ever thought you could make something so pretty from just dollar items! See how she did it here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Little House Of Four
If you’re anything like me and always losing your keys then you need a key hanger! But who want’s to go spend a ton of money on one when you can make one yourself with items from the dollar store! Grab a pretty picture frame and hooks to make this DIY Key Holder!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: Red Fly Creations
SPRAY PAINTED VASE
This glass vase from the Creativity Exchange is absolutely gorgeous! And the best part is you can find glass vases just like this at Dollar Stores and then just add a little paint! Ready to try? Check out the tutorial here!
Read The Full Tutorial Here: The Creativity Exchange