Interior designers have found budget-friendly home decor that looks just like items found at World Market.
She picked out some home accents at Dollar Tree that look much more expensive than they cost.
Interior design enthusiast Ruqiya (@studioriuhome) knows a thing or two about how to make your home look chic without spending a lot of money.
She offers decorating and DIY tips and money-saving advice online for people on a budget.
In her TikTok video, she took viewers to her local Dollar Tree, where she scanned the aisles and picked out a few products that could be used in any home.
The subtitle read, “What I Buy from Dollar Tree as a Designer.”
First up is the iridescent glass candle holder, perfect for holding cosmetics, cotton balls, cotton swabs, etc.
Next, she held up an incense holder with a wooden design, which she says she loves for its “simplicity.”
She then moved on to a huge display of pink and purple two-piece candles from the discount store, which she called “the perfect pop of color” for Valentine’s Day.
It was beautifully decorated for the holidays, and Ruqiya showed off a few items that caught her eye.
She considered a set of two red “Twisty Candles” to be a “must have.” Because they usually sell for around $40 at Anthropologie and over $10 elsewhere.
There was also a pink luminescent taper candle that she thought was “so pretty.”
Decoration experts loved the design of the small pink candle holder and thought the off-white rainbow-shaped mini sculpture would be “perfect for a girl’s room or nursery.”
She saved up a ton of glass candle holders, but admitted she didn’t know Dollar Tree sold candle holders.
At the time she recorded the video, she said her favorite piece was a “beautiful” burnt umber candle, which she thought would be “all the rage in 2024.”
Rukiya then wrote in the caption, “I love the twisted candles and burnt amber candle holders.”
She added that the iridescent candle holders are “adorable” and “look identical to the World Market collection,” which sells for nearly $10.
She also pointed out the Bubble Square Scented Pillar Candle, which was so popular that her store only had one in stock.
Finally, she took advantage of the store’s large availability of baskets in different shades and sizes.
She was making gift baskets for a baby shower and chose a pink basket.
Many viewers were excited about the transport items and couldn’t wait to get their hands on them.
“I love going through Dollar Tree stores! It’s fun to explore,” one person commented.
“I love Dollar Tree’s holiday decorations! I have to buy some for Valentine’s Day!” Another added.
“Literally a cotton swab and a cotton ball inside a rainbow-colored glass!” one woman wrote.