Shop My Guest House: These Stylish Window Treatments Won’t Break the Bank
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Accessorize those windows!
I’ve been getting asked more and more about my home decor in the comments from our Facebook Lives on Hip2Save, so I figured I’d share some of the products I have in my own home. Since we’ve been living in the tiny guest house on the same property of our main home (that we’re in the process of renovating), my goal was to spruce up our living space without overspending on our decor.
So like most people looking for chic home accessories that won’t break the bank, I turned to Target! They’ve totally stepped up their game in the last few years when it comes to decor with lines like Project 62, Threshold, Opalhouse, and even their children’s bedroom line Pillowfort. And that’s just to name a few! There’s a huge selection of stylish products to choose from in-store and even more online.
Side note, I dished about my favorite Opalhouse wall decor pieces in this post.
Not only are Target’s prices pretty decent to start with, but you can also often take advantage of sales and promotions for even deeper discounts. Even sweeter, all purchases with the Target REDcard score you an additional 5% off!
Okay, time to step down from my Target soapbox and get to sharing my low-cost, high-style window treatments hanging in my home…
In our master bedroom:
This Pillowfort brand is just for the kiddos? Think again! I picked out Pillowfort blackout shades for our master bedroom in the guest house and even though the line is designed with kids in mind, I think they look amazing for an adult space.
Having the opaque blackout lining conceals the light away when I want to snooze just a little bit longer in the morning, and I can throw open the shades when I want more light. The quality is AWESOME!
Project 62 Gold Faceted Curtain Rod | $24-$31
To accent the darker shades, I draped them from this gold faceted curtain rod from Project 62. I think navy and gold compliment each other so well. If you’re in the market for a new curtain rod, this style also comes in matte black, brushed nickel, and antique pewter to match your existing color scheme. These look so much more expensive then they are!
Don’t just take my word for it, here are a couple of the 5-star reviews:
“The rod was easy to install and looks so great in my room! I also love the matte texture of the rod and the fact that it is not shiny. The price was great and the rod seems very sturdy considering I have heavy velvet curtains on it.”
“I have now purchased 5 of these and I LOVE them! They are the perfect shade of champagne gold and bring just enough of a modern edge to my living room. The size is great and big enough to make a stunning statement.”
In our living room and breakfast nook:
I wanted this to be a more inviting space in the guest house so I went light and airy with the window treatments. These semi-sheer panels from Project 62 did just the trick! They totally brighten up the space with the light cross-weave pattern and let the perfect amount of light inside.
Project 62 Marble Curtain Rod | $27-$34
Keeping with the bright theme, I hung the panels from a simple brushed nickel rod with marble knobs at the end. I’m really not sure if you can find a marble accented curtain rod that looks this high-end for under $35 anywhere else. I’m forever grateful to you Target! 🙌
I love these easy home updates on a budget!
Target does it again with having the prefect products and even better prices. They always have such a great selection with fun, unique styles that often remind me of higher-end brands like Anthropologie and West Elm, BUT for just a fraction of the cost!