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If you have been visiting my blog for a long time, you know that I like to show you my latest thrifty or vintage finds.
I found a little treasure at the crafts store for $6 that was $16 originally:
This bag was full of scrapbook papers and washi tape and more.
I love paper goods, so I couldn’t pass up all of those goodies.
I added one of the pages to this pretty frame I found on clearance for $4 at HomeGoods.
I restyled my shelves in the living room a bit to remove the Easter decor and added the frame with the compass.
I’m proof that it doesn’t have to cost much to have a beautiful home we love to spend time in and entertain in.
Sometimes replacing just one or two items with a prettier version makes all the difference.
How to Add Luxury Home Decor for Less
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Adding some crystal containers you can find in a thrift store, using sweet vintage linens instead of a boring towel in your guest bathroom, and lotion in your favorite scent can elevate your mood and make a home that’s decorated on a budget feel so much more luxurious.
For example, I absolutely adore this peony hand cream that I treat myself to that makes me fell all luxurious.
A bunch of fresh flowers always brightens the mood — it’s been scientifically proven!
A well curated home with items you love will always look inviting.Not everything has to be the same style — let’s say farmhouse.
I believe in mixing some modern and contemporary decor with farmhouse and cottage decor in my own home. If something speaks t you, it’s going to work with the other things you like.
I think an organized home is important because clutter bothers people more than they might realize. I’m a collector of many thing — but I try to not make it look cluttered in my home.
One trick is to create little vignettes of several items if you have collections.
How do you add luxury to your home?