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If you want to embrace the vintage vibes of a green velvet couch, opt for cottagecore art and décor like @hannah_unlost. A few sleek midcentury elements like the lamp and coffee table keep this room from looking too twee. 

TikTok channel @diyholic has plenty of easy home décor ideas you can make on a budget. This ornament Christmas tree is perfect for small spaces. All you need is a wood base, glue, and your favorite Dollar Tree ornaments. 

TikTok creator @shopdaily wanted a farmhouse style miniature Christmas tree, but for $65 she was sure she could do it herself. She picked up supplies at the Dollar Tree and recreated the expensive home décor on a tiny budget.

These mini hats might look complicated to do yourself, but @hauz.and.co shows they’re simple enough that you can make them with your children or nieces and nephews. Hang them on a garland over a window or fireplace for some cute seasonal décor.

Since holiday décor doesn’t stay out all year, it doesn’t make sense to spend a ton of money on it. These Target Dollar Spot finds from @ourcomfycozycorner show you can style a bathroom for Christmas on a budget.

This chic minimalist Christmas décor from @homewithkelsey incorporates trendy boho items like dried eucalyptus. She also sticks to a neutral color scheme (no bright red and green here) to keep things feeling more streamlined.

If you follow @lizlovery, you know how much she likes incorporating pampas grass into her home décor. This pampas Christmas tree adds a boho vibe to your holiday décor.

Typically, we design and decorate our homes to fit our sense of style— and then those decor choices dictate our cleaning routines. We dust our open shelving weekly, and wipe down the marble countertop daily. But what if the process was reversed?

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Grandin Road's bright, oversize fiberglass ornaments look like they plopped off a giant's Christmas tree. Or keep things small: Those handy little solar stick lights that you pop in the ground around a garden or walkway have been given a holiday dress-up with candy cane stripes and a snowy cap, at Lowe's.

TikTok creator @diariesofmyhome shows you how to do the trendy dried eucalyptus trend on a budget. All you need to do is buy cheap $3 eucalyptus from Trader Joe’s, dry it upside down at home, and enjoy a budget décor piece that will last forever.

TikTok creator @ourcomfycozycorner often shows off her impeccable taste in home décor, but it’s nice to know she’s just like the rest of us—and needs to do a quick spruce when unexpected guests show up. Her advice? Focus on the areas that are most noticeable by cleaning the toilet, spot sweeping, and loading the dishwasher.

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Not everyone can escape to a cabin this fall, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring the cabin to you. Better yet, there is a way to achieve a different type of cabin atmosphere for everyone. Whether your taste runs woodsy-lumberjack or lake-house fishing, there is a means to bring forth flavors of fall for all.

If you have an excess of mason jar lids (whether it’s from breaking the jars or they’re just getting a little rusty) you need to try this reuse DIY from @shelbizlee. A little paint and some ribbon transforms the mason jar lids into an adorable pumpkin shaped piece of décor.

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