Updated: Mar 29
The dining room table is the place where family and friends come together. It is the perfect place to set up a dining experience that everyone can enjoy. When creating a dining tablescape, it is important for me to stay on budget. I did better with this season by monitoring my budget and getting the best bang for my buck. Being a new homeowner, you really don't understand how much décor and seasonal décor actually cost and how much you need to create a warm, cozy, and aesthetically pleasing environment. Let's take a look at my tablescape and how I created a pretty Christmas, but minimalist tablescape, but on a budget!
When creating my space. I was obsessed with this Christmas tablescape from West End Girl Studio and I wanted to create the vibe of this tablescape without the extra expenses that a table like this would cost. This is because when I decorate my home, I decorate it for myself, to set me in the mood of feeling the Holiday vibe. I am not in the trend of hosting dinner parties, but I enjoy looking at an aesthetically pleasing home when I walk into my house and every space has a purpose and reason for the pieces.
When creating a space, but wanting to stick to a budget, it is important that you don't buy the first item that you love because normally you can find a similar piece at a lower price point (Trust me, I say this from experience). Therefore, here are the top places where you can find aesthetically pleasing home décord that can be refurbished or below cost on a budget.
Facebook Market Place
Good Will or any Thrift Store
Target Dollar Spot
Walmart Dollar Spot
Keep scrolling for all the details of where you can find my tablescape for under $50!
Table Scape Details
Tea Candle Lights (Dollar General)
Greenery (Target Dollar Spot)
Target Candle Holder 3 piece Set (I really want these)