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    27 Home Decor Finds Under $50 That Are The Complete Opposite Of Hideous

    You don't have to max out your credit card to make your space look cute.

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    1. A bubble planter that'll give your fave leafy baby a place to call home. If you're bored of plain ol' terrracotta pots and want to add a bit of texture to your desk or windowsill, this is calling your name.

    A plant in the planter on a side table

    2. An optical illusion lamp that'll add a bit of light to your bedside table and double as decor. Reviewers say it's bright enough for reading, but that it doesn't give off a major glare (great if you've got a snoozing partner next to you).

    3. A wooden shelf so you'll finally have a cute spot to store your stash of trinkets 'n' treasures. It'll come in especially handy if you're lacking a bedside table and don't want to forfeit any floor space.

    The shelf with a candle, crystal, and catchall dish on it

    4. A plush monstera rug that any plant parent (or wannabe plant parent) will obsess over. Not only is it adorable, but it'll save you from putting your feet on ice-cold hardwood when you hop outta bed in the morning.

    The monstera rug on the floor of a bedroom

    5. A set of beaded butterfly coasters that are so cute, you might actually remember to use them. If you're tired of your guests getting water rings all over your furniture, they're an absolute must.

    Four beaded coasters on a table, one with a glass on them

    6. A tapestry that'll add some woodsy energy to any blank wall. If you don't want to commit to wallpapering or just don't have the energy to curate a gallery wall, this will take up almost as much space and look just as good.

    The tapestry on a living room wall

    7. A wavy vase that's got a body like a backroad (that means it's swervy and curvy, y'all). Even if you don't stuff it with flowers, you'll want to keep it on display.

    Two flowers in the vase

    8. A pompom throw blanket that's both ~aesthetic~ and cozy as heck. Reviewers have raved about how soft it is, so you'll probs wanna order one for your bed, one for your couch, and one for every other snuggly spot in your house.

    The throw tossed on the end of a queen-size bed

    9. A striped shower curtain if you've been rocking with the same one for years and could do with an upgrade. It's still in the realm of neutrals, so it won't clash with anything else you've got going on in your bathroom.

    The shower curtain in a bathroom

    10. A little bulb vase tree that you can turn into a lil' propagation station for your plant clippings. Thanks to its size, you can display it on a slimmer windowsill or narrow ledge.

    the propagation station with pothos cuttings in it

    11. A tufted tapestry that'll keep the good vibes strong in your apartment. It has metal grommets on the top corners, so you won't have to pierce the fabric, like, a million times to hang it up.

    The tapestry on a wall above a bed

    12. A 16-piece set of soy wax candles that'll keep your apartment smelling 💯. They come in adorable patterned tins that you'll definitely want to reuse once you've burned through your fave scents.

    Several candles laid out

    13. A roll of decorative window film that'll block out harmful UV rays and keep your nosy neighbours from peeping into your home. It's translucent enough to let the light in, so you can actually enjoy the sunshine when the clouds have disappeared.

    The covering on a window

    14. A strand of foliage string lights that'll add both greenery and ✨ambiance✨ to your bedroom. Since you can control them with the click of a remote, you won't have to leave your blanket burrito to kick them into gear.

    15. A crescent moon pillow if you're head-over-heels for celestial decor. Thanks to it's shape, you could probably use it as a neck pillow when your spine is doing funky things.

    The pillow on a bed next to a cloud-shaped pillow

    16. A fluffy rug that is, in the words of Sharpay Evans, fabulous. Reviewers also love using it as a chair cover, so it'll be perfect for when you want to jazz up your office chair or make your dining room seating a bit more comfy.

    The rug on a wood floor with a magazine, slippers, and oranges on top of it

    17. A trio of laquer trays you can use to keep your smallest bits 'n' bobs organized. They're stackable, meaning they won't eat up a ton of space on your vanity or console table.

    The three trays laid out

    18. A table runner with macrame accents that'll bless your table with some serious boho style. It's even machine-washable, so you won't have to stress about sauce and salad dressing stains.

    The runner draped across a table

    19. A pair of bookends if you don't want to commit to a full bookshelf, but are desperate to keep your little library in order. Reviewers say they're super durable (like, they won't crack if they fall off a shelf) and that they're heavy enough to hold up stacks of books.

    Several books between bookends

    20. A glass snack bowl that looks like a resealable plastic bag, but is much more heavy duty. Reviewers love using it to display smaller things, like crystals and bb succulents, too.

    The snack bowl filled with Smarties

    21. An old-school alarm clock that'll add some vintage flair to your bedside table. It won't make any noise, so you won't be stuck listening to ticking while you try to count sheep.

    The alarm clock on a table

    22. A pack of peel-and-stick rainbow decals that'll pretty up your boring apartment walls. They're easy to reposition and won't leave behind a sticky residue (you're welcome, landlord).

    The decals on a wall behind a desk

    23. A paper plant kit so you can DIY your own greenery, instead of committing to an entire indoor garden. It even comes with a ceramic pot and decorative stones to make your display look even more legit.

    24. A set of candle holders that look way more expensive than they actually are. Reviewers say they make great centrepieces, so you can use them to amp up your tablescape when you're hosting an event.

    The three candle holders with candles on them on top of books

    25. A pack of neutral collage pics that'll make your walls look like one big Pinterest board. They're all in the same colour fam, so you won't have to use any brain cells to figure out how to arrange them (they all go together).

    The pictures on a wall behind a chair

    26. An essential oil diffuser that'll fill your room with relaxing scents while looking stunning on your bedside table. It also works as a humidifier and a nightlight, meaning you'll get plenty of use out of it.

    The butterfly diffuser on a coffee table next to a plant

    27. And finally, a braided basket that you can shove all your extra throw pillows and blankets in. You could also use it as a plant pot cover if you're tired of starting at the plastic one your palm came in.

    A throw blanket in the basket

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