Frugal Home Decor at My House

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My friend, Rebekah is hosting a fun link up in which people are sharing frugal home decor ideas in pictures.

Even though I am not the best decorator, I thought it would be nice to show you a few frugal decorative things from around my home.

Many of these were made by my mother-in-law who lived here before me. I'm so thankful we have very similar taste!

Here are a few items that I enjoy and that cost very little:

Stenciled curtains

I think these curtains may even be made from sheets. They hide my washer and dryer. I love the mixture of colors on the leaves.

Art work from my children

I try to display as much of this as possible.

It makes me happy.


Food displayed

I love jars and I love food. So, displaying both is natural for me. It's convenient and I like the homey look.

Oh, and isn't that bowl awesome?! My mother-in-law made it.

Post card or artwork in frames

I really loves these art prints, but couldn't afford to buy one. I popped a small post card print in a frame and am happy that I can still get the feeling I enjoy from the work, without the price. Of course, I would prefer the actual artwork, but this is better than nothing.

Twig vase

I made this a awhile ago and shared the instructions in a tutorial at Simple Homemade. I love the rustic look and the fact that it cost barely anything is a bonus. It is made from an old can, paper, hot glue and twigs.

What type of frugal decor do you have in your home?

I'm linking up at Simply Rebekah.

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  1. To me this is the very best kind of decor. And what is it about food in jars? I wonder if it makes us feel we are secure and cared for. Whatever…it is just very pleasing.

  2. You gave me a good idea to add a glass jar of popcorn to my display of glass jars that currently have just rice and pasta. I love the golden color of the corn kernels!