27 Home Decor Upgrades You Can Get For $25 Or Less

A rope basket to store blanket or trinkets, because your place looks nicer when it looks like everything has a place.

A set of floating shelves to take advantage of wasted space on your walls and show off any cool books, candles, or souvenirs you love.

A bouquet of dried pampas grass that’s not all ~fluff~ — you can put these in vases in every room of your home to add some life. Bonus: you don’t have to remember to water them.

Adhesive backsplash tiles – people will think you spent hundreds of dollars redoing your kitchen when all you did was peel them off and stick ’em to your kitchen wall (or shower or wherever else you want in your home).

Some under-cabinet lights that will help ~illuminate~ your space so it looks and feels brighter, which in turn will improve your mood.

A set of two velvet throw pillow covers because putting these on your couch will make you feel like you’re basically living at Buckingham Palace, I swear.

An entryway organizer perfect to put by your front door so you have a place to store your mail instead of just letting it pile up on your counter or kitchen table forever.

An LED light strip to turn your mirror into a vanity worthy of a big Hollywood star. Plus, you’ll be able to do a much better job on your makeup when you have good lighting on your face.

A geometric wire photo frame designed to add a little dimension to your decor.

A faux fur throw you can toss on your couch, a chair, or basically anywhere else you’d like to feel 10 times cozier.


An under cabinet wineglass rack perfect for holding any glasses that are too tall or fragile to be crowded into a cabinet with the rest of your glasses. These will turn heads and make your kitchen feel like a Michelin-star restaurant.

A set of peel-and-stick floor tiles designed to make it super easy to redo your floor, without spending a lot of time or money.

A cloud-shaped frameless mirror with soft edges and a super trendy aesthetic to match. Put this in your room, and you’ll find yourself taking mirror selfies like the influencer you are.

Garage magnets meant to make your current garage door look like a fancy-schmancy carriage door without having to spend a butt load of money replacing the darn thing.

A minimalist table lamp to help you achieve that mid-century modern look without having to spend typical mid-century modern prices.

A static cling decorative window film perfect if you live a little too close to your neighbors or have big windows in rooms that probably don’t need big windows.

A woven 1/3-inch thick runner with a muted blue and white vintage-inspired design on it that’s perfect for your hallway that can feel a little cold both figuratively and also literally on your feet when you get up in the morning.

A set of five petite glass vases because flowers in tiny vases are just so much cuter than they are in regular-sized ones.

A set of minimalist wood hooks to put your coats on rather than just throwing them on the floor.

A set of six abstract line art prints that, once you frame and hang, will look like you paid thousands to create the perfect gallery wall.


A grout pen to transform your bathroom (or kitchen) floor from drab to fab by restoring it to the pristine color of yesteryear.

Photo clip string lights that will not only add some ambience to the room but also give you a place to display all your favorite pictures that make you smile.

A marble self-adhesive film to make every surface look 100x fancier and help ensure that you get your security deposit back when you move out.

A gold terrarium you can use as a home for a few succulents or as a unique piece of storage. The possibilities are endless.

An antique decorative mirror tray you’ll feel super fancy putting your keys on when you get home. Then, when you’re ready to leave again, you’ll know exactly where they are. Imagine that.

A floral medallion tapestry to give your walls new life, which is great if you rent and can’t paint the walls — or you just don’t want to.

A folding storage ottoman you can fill with all the random stuff in your living room you’re not sure what to do with and then use as a footrest or extra seating. We love multi-purpose items.

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