In the Details: 10 Great Finds Under $25 for a Mini Home Refresh — Cheap Thrills

Sometimes, it’s the little things that matter. In this particular instance, it’s the little amount of money we can spend on great-looking home items that matters. The affordable picks below we found this week are guaranteed to jazz up your home and life…and put a smile on your face—without busting your budget.

A touch of aqua can wake up a mostly neutral room in an instant. This lamp gives you the added bonus of more light, which is always a welcome addition to a space.

This substantially sized mirror offers a rustic, vintage look at a fraction of the cost of similar pieces. It can be hung by the rope, as shown, for an added pop of style in a foyer, nook, or even on its own as a focal point.

Hanging planters are great for just about any home, but specifically small home dwellers that fight for floor space.

Sunrise Art at Society 6, Starting at $15.99

This colorful abstract piece is printed on archival paper and is custom trimmed with a 1″ border, for an expensive looking art piece at a fraction of the price.

Got a window that could use a little makeover? The hard-to-beat price of these sweet panels from H&M Home will do just the trick. Be sure to pop over and see some of their other slightly pricier options if you’re looking for pattern and fabric variety.

Coffee Mug at Deny Designs, $15

This teal and black patterned mug is sure to brighten up the dreariest of mornings. Each item is custom made to order and—surprise—it’s dishwasher safe!

Desk Tray at Lillian August, $25

You already know your dog thinks you’re the greatest, but why not publicize the sentiment with this adorable desk tray?

This artist-inspired elephant pillow is printed on 100% cotton and is made to order to reduce unnecessary waste. Each item sold on VIDA also supports global literacy.

Jazz up your bathroom floor with this adorable pom-pom fringe bath mat. The various shades of blue will brighten up any space.

Perfect for a petite foyer or even kitchen this compact cubbie will hold your keys, a dog leash or umbrella and a few small trinkets.

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