The table lamps and clean and classic looking. I found these Breakwater Bay table lamps for $116 for a set.
Jenna + Calder made these clear glass lamps by using tall vases, a lamp shade, and lamp parts. They give you a great tutorial on how to DIY it yourself.
Oh, that pendant light! I found this geometric shade from World Market that gives you the modern look without the designer price. Even better, wait for a lighting sale and it is probably cheaper to buy it than to make it.
Amy from Atta Girl shows you how to turn a globe light into this modern geometric pendant for under $40.
I found this Faux Fur Bench from Overstock.com for under $200. It is hard to find trendy home decor pieces for under $200 and I think I am succeeding with just a little time and effort.
Stephanie from Cre8tive Designs shares how she made this Faux Fur Hairpin Bench. I think this bench gives the space a perfect glam look without too much hassle in making one for yourself.
Of course, you need faux fur pillows to go with that faux fur bench to tie the space together. I found a great steal with these Mongolian Faux Fur Pillows from Target.
If you have a sewing machine, you can follow this great tutorial from Little Blush Book on these faux fur pillows.
Another great steal for these Farrah Curtain Panels from Target.
I think this is one of the easiest tutorials for drop cloth curtain panels from Seeking Lavender Lane.
I am going to totally ignore that there is a couch in this picture. I don’t know about you, but a couch won’t fit at the foot of my bed and I don’t think many people have a couch at the foot of their bed. So let’s all pretend it’s not there and only the faux fur bench is there.
I hope I made your shopping easy and you found some great DIY tutorials as well. Leave me some suggestions or looks that you would like for me to do on my next Thrift this Look post.
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