AN interior designer has found budget-friendly home decor that looks just like items she’s spotted at World Market.
She picked out several home accents at Dollar Tree that looked far more expensive than what they cost.
Interior design enthusiast Ruqiya (@studioriuhome) knows a thing or two about how to make your home look chic without spending a ton of money.
She offers decorating and DIY tips and thrifting advice online for those on a budget.
She brought viewers to her local Dollar Tree in a TikTok video as she scanned the aisles and picked out several products that would work well in any home.
“What I would buy as a designer from Dollar Tree,” the subtitle read.
First up were Iridescent Glass Candleholders, which were great for holding makeup, cotton balls, or cotton swabs.
Next, she held up an incense holder with a wood design that she loved the “simplicity” of.
She then moved on to the huge display of two-pack pink and purple candles at the discount store, which she called a “perfect pop of color” for Valentine’s Day.
They had great decor up for the holiday, so Ruqiya showed off a few items that stuck out to her.
She thought a two-piece set of red “twisty candles” was a “must” because they usually sell for about $40 at Anthropology and more than $10 anywhere else.
There were also pink Luminessence Taper Candles that she thought were “so pretty.”
The decor expert loved the design on small pink candle holders and thought a mini off-white rainbow-shaped sculpture was “perfect for a girl’s room or nursery.”
Even though she thrifted a ton of her glass candleholders, she admitted she had no idea that Dollar Tree sold them.
At the time she recorded the video, she said her favorite piece was a “beautiful” Burnt Amber candle, which is set to be “all the rage in 2024.”
Afterward, Ruqiya wrote in the caption that her “favorite has to be the twisted candles and burnt amber candle holders.”
She added that the iridescent candle holders were “adorable” and “look identical to the collection at World Market,” which retail for almost $10.
She also pointed out a Bubble Square Scented Pillar Candle that was so popular that there was only one available at her store.
Lastly, she capitalized on the many baskets available at the store in different shades and sizes.
She picked a pink one up for a baby shower gift basket she was making.
Many viewers were excited about the haul items and couldn’t wait to get their hands on them.
“I love going through Dollar Tree stores! Exploring is fun,” one commented.
“I love Dollar Tree holiday decor! I need to get some Valentine’s Day stuff!” another added.
“I literally have Q-tips and cotton balls in the iridescent glass!” a woman wrote.