This Dollar Tree DIY West Elm inspired decorative bowl hits the mark. It's possibly better than the inspiration! I was recently scrolling through West Elm's website and this bowl caught my eye immediately. I lucked out and had just gone on a Dollar Tree bender a couple days before so I had everything I needed ready to go.
Dollar Tree Anthropologie Inspired DIY's are my favorite, and this decorative tray is on the top of my list! It's easy to make and can be customized to display any style of image that you'd prefer. For this DIY though I stuck to the inspiration and tried to get the tray to look as close to the original as possible.
I had planned on making these Dollar Tree DIY dipped vases and wanted to make my own "dried" macrame pampas grass to go in them. I love the look of dried pampas grass and it seemed the like perfect match to pair the two together. Also, pairing macrame and pampas grass?! Yes, please!
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There's just something about gold Mid-Century Modern chandeliers. The abstract nature of a sputnik light fixture, the timeless glow of a brass finish... It is truly my favorite style of lighting. I'm always stuck somewhere between Mid-Century and Boho vibes, which is great because they compliment each other so well. I put these two styles together recently when I did my budget friendly home office makeover.
I set out to do this laundry room makeover for under 300 dollars. I tend to go overboard and really wanted to make a plan and stick with it this time. I had not touched this laundry room since I moved in over 5 years ago. In all honesty, I just had no idea where to even start. Then finally, during quarantine, I decided there was no better time than now to gut this laundry room entirely. My goal was to make this laundry room feel bigger and brighter than it currently was. And to keep it clean and neutral, while still adding a little style to the space.