Updating your home decor doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune. Breathing new life into a space can be as simple as changing a lampshade or adding a new piece of art. You’d be surprised how changing your pillow covers can make an old couch feel new again.
To help satisfy your interior design bug on a small budget, here are 10 items to update and refresh your home decor all for $20 or less.
Tired of the same lamp you’ve had for years? Swap out the lampshade to create a brand new look.
A candle holder is an accessory no coffee table or shelf should be without. Bring nature indoors with this festive candle holder from Zara Home.
Changing your pillow covers is one of the simplest and most affordable ways to update a room. H&M’s home line has a variety of options starting at just $5.95 per cover.
Your local TJ Maxx or Marshall’s are both fantastic places to find unique vases to hold your farmer’s market blooms. Choose a vase that reflects your personal style.
A new frame can transform the entire feel of a piece of art or gallery wall. Michael’s and Target are both great places to find appealing and affordable frames.
Support independent artists and add charm to your home by purchasing an art print from Society6. No matter your style or aesthetic this site has something for everyone.
Add new life to a wall by hanging one or several mirrors. Target offers a variety of shapes and styles.
Not sure where to display your beloved trinkets? Instead of cluttering a table incorporate a shelf into your decor. You’ll find a variety of types and sizes at IKEA.
Next time you’re in the market for a new tablecloth look no further than Etsy. Everyone’s favorite artisan site has numerous sellers with tablecloths under $20.
Resurrect a drab armchair or ottoman with a colorful throw. It can be a little tough to find throws under $20 but Target has several great options.
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Clarissa Fidler is a 20-something trying to find her place in this world. She grew up in Seattle, attended college in Utah, and now calls Chicago home. In her free time you’ll find her reading the New York Times, cuddling with her cat Harper, catching up on her favorite blogs, running along Lake Michigan, or checking out a new restaurant. Read Clarissa’s blog: West Hawthorne Place.