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What can’t you find at Dollar Tree? With a little imagination and some white paint, TikTok creator @maycotthome turned a budget find into a chic piece of modern Urban Outfitters lookalike décor.

TikTok user @yourpalhals shows you can thrift, trash pick, or scavenge every piece of furniture and décor in your apartment and still have amazing style. You can also carry cutlery with you and swap to shampoo bars.

If you’re looking for a huge weatherproof wall hanging but you don’t want to break the bank, try this genius Dollar Tree hack from @evebydesigns. Using dollar hula hoops, zip ties, and faux ivy, she created a striking work of outdoor décor.

TikTok creator @diariesofmyhome shares affordable home décor tips and has a seriously good eye for chic neutral pieces. In this video, she builds out a cozy sitting room using subtle textures and patterns to create visual interest.

Neutral décor fan @_forthehome shares her favorite spots to shop for neutral pieces, including budget-friendly Target, Arhaus, Parachute Home, Anthropologie, and Zara Home. If you’re in need of some luxe bedding, this is the video for you.

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Upcycling objects is a great way to make a unique terrarium that you can’t just buy in the plant store. TikTok user @kaslauder upcycled an old lantern to create a cool new piece of home décor.

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If you’re not ready to bust out the power tools to get the West Elm look, try this easy DIY using modeling clay from TikTok creator @betharoutunian. The original ceramic link sculpture cost $80, but her dupe looks just as expensive.

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Classic patterns, wallpaper, and all things blue and white make up the key elements of grandmillennial style according to this video laying out the décor trend in 20 seconds or less by @sincerelymolly. If you’re also a fan of all things lace and antique, this trend is for you.

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TikTok creator @houseofnickmond came up with a creative way to use a Goodwill lamp and globe by turning the globe into a lamp shade. This DIY is perfect for a classroom, kid’s room, or just for an adult who appreciates eclectic décor.

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If you’re wondering about which elements you want in your cozy corner, @diariesofmyhome gives you a step-by-step checklist of all the things you need for a cozy reading corner. So grab a comfy chair, blankets, somewhere to put your feet up, and a little calming décor.

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If you’re a renter with pink tile, figuring out how to style your bathroom to get a slightly updated take on the retro vibe can be tricky. TikTok creator @salllymae shows you how with some indoor plants and minimalist décor.

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TikTok creator @jessicasaramorris is known for her budget-friendly home décor and DIY hacks, so when she decided the transform her hallway, which she’d dubbed “the dark grey dungeon,” she applied the same tactics to lift the color, build a functional bench, and add some texture with wall art and a jute runner.

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If your budget is tight, a narrow hallway might be the perfect project since you can fill the space and add attractive décor without breaking the bank. TikTok creator @latinaexplorer had a $200 budget to stick to, but the before and after is a dramatic improvement. Her secret? Walmart has some surprisingly cute and affordable home décor if you’re willing to hunt for it.

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Fashion and DIY TikTok creator @marianaxvalencia shows you how to make modern décor that shows off your expensive taste (even if you have a tight budget). Using gesso and stretched canvas, she creates a textured monochrome work of art that can add visual interest to any modern home or apartment.

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Using pieces of plywood and yarn in a color of your choice, you can follow along to this DIY tutorial from Jamie Colby Hidalgo (@sofloridagirl) to create a huge statement piece on a tiny budget. It’s the perfect way to add DIY boho wall décor to your room without struggling through another macramé tutorial on YouTube.

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Cheap ceiling sconces or a lack of overhead lighting is a common problem in rentals, but this faux-pendant light from home décor TikTok creator @withaubreyy adds some style without redoing the wiring by using a battery powered LED light hack.

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