Hey! I was hoping to share some shelf stying tips today, including how to hide our new ugly security cameras (if you watched my instagram stories last week, you know what I’m talking about). I had my shelves all styled and we had a major snow storm roll through with some crazy wind. The wind took our front door and slammed it so hard when I was letting Charlie out that our bookshelves shook and this happened… budget friendly home decor
Whoops! I’m surprised Charlie didn’t blow away. I’m reworking (and replanting) some things and that will be coming soon!
In the meantime, I had a reader comment how some of my latest pillows, bedding etc… weren’t in her price point. I totally get it! I’ve always been a firm believer in mixing inexpensive items in with some splurges here and there. I’ve also been really blessed to work with some fun brands lately, so I’ve been sharing stuff at lots of different price points. My approach is – if I save on an inexpensive throw or accessory from HomeGoods, I’ll splurge a bit on pillows from Serena and Lily to complete the look. I’m the same way with clothes, I will definitely splurge on good quality jeans (although I have a few inexpensive favorites too, you can shop my closet here) and pair them with $20 shoes from Target.
So with all that said, I recently discovered you can now shop TJ Maxx online and they have some great budget friendly home finds! Everything from pillows to furniture and coffee table books (which are great for styling bookcases) at a great price point. There are even a few great dupes for the Serena and Lily pillows I have. I made a little living room mock up below to show you how some of the items would pair together.
I linked all my favorites below if you are needing a little room refresh after the Christmas crazy, but your bank account needs to recover from the holiday too.
Just hover over each photo to see the price and click on each item to be taken to their site!
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