Go on an Endless Staycation With These 8 Soothing, Budget-Friendly Home Accents

Does a once-dreaded middle seat on a redeye to who-knows-where sound like a dream right now? Sleeping upright in a less-than-comfy chair likely won't have the same effect, but there is one thing you can do to scratch your vacation itch—and it's a lot more budget-friendly.

What's that, you ask? Turn your home into a staycation sanctuary all of its own. Sure, it may not have the same perks of traveling to somewhere new, but by adding hotel-level-calming decor to your home, you can keep the vacay vibes going 24/7.

And—best news—these staycation home ideas are all found at Walmart, so they'll cost you much less than a night in your fave hotel. So put on your comfiest robe, pour yourself a cup of tea (or Champagne—your choice), and get ready to be inspired by these staycation home ideas.

Keep scrolling for affordable staycation home ideas that will turn your home into a relaxing oasis.

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Great BIG Canvas Soft Eucalyptus Branch I, $60

A large piece of art can totally change the feel of a room—but you don't need to break the bank to get it. This neutral-colored eucalyptus painting brings the spa vibes for less than $100.

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Safavieh Hudson Amias Geometric Shag Area Rug, $25+

If there's anything that can literally soften the blow of your alarm clock, it's a plush bedside rug. Go for shag to get that extra downy, high-pile luxury your feet deserve (without the luxury price).

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Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Scented Soy Candle, Lavender Scent, $7

Sounds super simple, but when it comes to creating a staycation environment, every little thing counts. This fresh-smelling lavender candle (aka the OG calming scent) can make even doing your own dishes seem more elevated.

Bambusi Luxury Bamboo Bathtub Caddy Tray, $35

Trying to channel your typical relaxed vacation mindset? Now's the time to step up your bath game. Glass of wine? Good book? Bluetooth speaker playing your favorite podcast? You need a caddy for that.

Sun Zero Nolan Blackout Rod Pocket Curtain Panel, $17

Even if your bedroom is usually full of natural light (lucky!), it's possible to get it hotel room-dark at night, thanks to blackout curtains. These new, affordable ones also help minimize noise and regulate temperature, so you just get totally upgraded slumber.

HoMedics EnviraScape Silver Springs Relaxation Fountain, $25

While you may never have considered putting a water feature in your space, consider it the more affordable way to get the resort experience without, you know, checking into a resort. (Just think of how fancy you'll feel every time you hear it bubbling.)

Nearly Natural 6' Artificial Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree, $69

Plants can undoubtedly liven up a stuffy room, but live fiddle figs can cost a pretty penny (and not all of us have a green thumb). For a budget-friendly, no-effort way to add some Insta-worthy greenery to your bedroom, try this real-looking faux six-footer.

Allswell Memory Foam Cooling Gel Pillow, $40

Maybe the most practical item on the list, a good pillow can make or break a night of sleep. Channel restful vacation zzz's with these foam-and-gel combo pillows. Optional: Sleep mask, cozy PJs, and an hour of binge-watching old TV reruns.

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