I’m a Walmart superfan – my first apartment must-have finds under $10 each – from decor to towels… – The US Sun
Whether you are a minimalist or maximalist, the design community on TikTok has something to offer.
One designer, Maddi Rogenski, creates content for the maximalists.
Several apartment must-haves can be found for less than $10 with some strategy
Maddi, who goes by @peachyymaddi, is a rising TikToker with 290,000 followers.
A quick glance at her page reveals she uploads videos almost daily.
Maddi has collaborations with Amazon and Pinterest, among others.
Outside of TikTok, she is found on Instagram and YouTube, although her audience on those platforms isn’t nearly as large.
In a recent clip, Maddi has laid out how to transform your first apartment.
The advice comes in a quick, straight-to-it video.
Each of the recommendations can be found at Walmart for $10 or less.
Below are her top tips for your first apartment.
From within the store, Maddi snapped a picture of towels available at two for $13.46.
That’s well below $10 per towel.
In fact, Maddi recommends shopping at Walmart for all bath and accessories.
As mentioned above, Walmart is full of bargains for anyone who needs to outfit a master or guest bathroom.
In addition to towels, the bath mats and soap dispensers, also found for well under $10, give the space an extra touch, Maddi added.
Walmart brand, Mainstays, offers a bath mat in eight colors for $9.98.
When The Sun checked, the same brand was selling a ceramic white soap dispenser for just $3.97.
Whether for an armchair or sofa, Walmart sells decorative pillows in pairs for $13.
This is tough to beat, as the best offers at Crate & Barrel or West Elm are about five times more.
Decor sounds a bit vague, but the category generally includes wall art, picture frames, potters, bookends, and other knick-knacks.
Be prepared to do some browsing in this aisle.
Depending on the size, it’s not difficult to find a Mainstays picture frame for $2.94 or less.
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