Styling a home you love is so important - it’s where memories are made, laughter is shared and your own little piece of the world... but does flipping through gorgeous (but expensive!) home decor catalogs make your wallet cringe a bit? We’re sharing 10 genius ways to hack home decor trends to interpret ideas with your own flair, plus to save you from serious sticker shock!
Hit up the thrift store - or even your own basement - to find pieces to upcycle using our favorite secret DIY weapon, Mod Podge! With 21 different formulas, there are endless ways to decoupage, glue, seal and finish your way to beautifully affordable home decor.
10 Before/After Thrift Store Home Decor Trend Hacks
Give any home a touch of glam with this take on the gold feather trend - use wrapping paper and Mod Podge to makeover a tray, perfect for corralling accents on the coffee table.
Being a princess never goes out of style! This dreamy nightstand idea will overjoy the little princess in your life - skip the costly princess-themed pieces you’ll find out there and add tulle and Mod Podge Extreme Glitter to make your own magic!
Love the idea of a ‘pop of color’ front door but terrified of the big commit? Boost your curb appeal instead with an adorable accent planter painted in a bright color. We love the house number added with Fabric Mod Podge.
Anthropologie is known for their swoonworthy decor pieces, but also for being quite expensive. That’s why we adore this DIY take on decorative trays using floral cutouts for a fraction of the cost!
Classic gingham is having a moment and even plates can get in on the fun! You’d spend beaucoup bucks on monogrammed chargers - instead, Mod Podge your way to these budget beauties.
Decorative books are the perfect accent to add dimension and different levels to a bookshelf - Ashley gives us the write stuff with this inexpensive book set makeover!
Stools are super easy to find at the thrift store and are a fun way to add an accent color to any room. This designer inspired knockoff is simple to do, too.
We love the idea of adding on a shelf to a vintage window - how fun are the floral decoupaged cutouts for a sweet touch?
Decoupaged planks of wood transform a ladder into insta-shelves - so easy to move and rearrange to your heart's content!
If you've yet to discover all the amazing ways to use Mod Podge Photo Transfer, the time is now
. We used vintage books found at the Paris Flea Market
and Photo Transfer to make these botanic beauties!
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