Although dollar stores are known for their cheap and handy things, they don't spring to mind as a source for stylish decor. But should they? See how a quick trip, and an even quicker DIY project, can improve the look of your home.
Katie of Little House of Four made this farmhouse mirror from a... wait for it... $1 stove burner from Dollar Tree and an inexpensive beveled round mirror from a craft store. She has a series of dollar store DIYs that are worth checking out.
As much as I love miniatures, I also love hugely oversized versions of everyday objects. So this mega tassel from Cuckoo4Design caught my eye on Instagram, and I was impressed. Head over to there to see how she pulled it off with a mop head and some knotted string.
If you've never been to a 100 yen store (the Japanese equivalent of a dollar store), then you are in for a treat. Up to Date Interiors created this decorative mirror using cheap supplies—feathers, faux flowers, and hot glue—she found there.
Lindi upgraded these plastic storage bins with quick leather pulls—a great way to make an inexpensive item look a lot more luxe. The rivets give the white containers a modern industrial look.