I can’t believe we are at Week 4 of the Pink Door Home Tour! I had such a fabulous time connecting with the other girls. This is our final week, and one of my favorites because I get to spill all of my favorite sources for home decor! As you can see, home decor is one of my passions even though I have champagne tastes on a beer budget…
So, I rounded up my favorite affordable decorating resources. I love looking at all the inspiration photos on Pinterest and House Beautiful; but, you aren’t going to catch me hanging up $1,000 drapes anytime soon–not with my kids and my dogs even if I had the money! I love doing DIY projects and adding cute accents to budget-friendly solutions.
Related: 4 DIY Home Accessories Under $20
*above photo from Design Darling
Design Darling is one of my favorite shops, you can see a bunch of her products scattered around our house. I mean, she is a preppy girl all about blue and white, and that is totally my jam! The only problem–I want to add everything from her shop to my house! In the past, I have added a print to B’s bedroom gallery wall, I use a monogrammed pen holder for my desk supplies, and I love using the match boxes as decorative pops of color. And remember to enter the giveaway to win a $100 gift card to Design Darling and everyone can save 15% off their order with the code PINKDOOR until May 31st! I picked out my favorites below–I only wish I could take home everything!
Design Darling’s ponytail girl no longe available but found in my Inexpensive Art Resources
Target is also one of my go-to stops for home accessories. Just this past week, I stopped in and man, I was seriously tempted to take the whole section! I have included a bunch of my favorites below. And HomeGoods is always another stop. You can’t beat their prices but you are going to have to do a good amount of hunting for the good pieces.
blue and white boat/gold pineapples/gold garden stool/ blue and white desk tray/ topiary lucite tray/ blue stripe tray/ oversized flamingo pool art/ brass mirror/ ginger jar matches/ wood cutting board (my DIY version here for under $10)/ gold flatware/ blue desk organizer/pineapple candle/ oversized aerial beach art/ monogrammed acrylic pencil holder
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If you have been following along my progress for the One Room Challenge, I bet you can guess that some of these accessories might make their way into the kids’ bathroom! You will just have to check back on Thursday for the full reveal! But, tomorrow I am going to show you the whole step-by-step DIY for the curtains!
Related: Home Accessories on a Budget
For window treatments, I love making my own to save money. Custom window treatments can be really expensive, so it is a good place to save some of your decorating money. You can see a few of the curtains I have made in the past here and here, and tomorrow I am going to show you exactly how to make a fixed Roman shade!
DIY Pelmet Box and Curtains (made from Ikea curtains!)
DIY Pom Pom Curtains (a great look for less again made with Ikea curtains!)
Alright, we are off to preschool drop off! Make sure to check out the other wonderful ladies’ decorating resources and enter our giveaway! And if you want a full guide to my favorite decorating resources for small spaces, make sure to click the pink box below! It will be delivered to your email within the hour!
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