Cheap home decor to refresh your home on a budget
Looking to update your home on a budget? These cheap home decor ideas will give you a quick and affordable fix
If your home is in need of a budget-friendly update, you've come to the right place! We've scoured the market to find the best cheap home decor on the market, so you can switch up your space without breaking the bank!
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Keep reading to discover our pick of the best affordable homeware...
Cheap home decor ideas
Claro Orange Glass Tealight Candle Holder
If you want to spruce up a mantelpiece on a budget, you can't go wrong with tealight holders. These ones from Oliver Bonas feature gold glitter details blown throughout the glass - they're perfect for adding a sense of luxury, without a luxury price tag.
Gin the Mood Cocktail Book
Colourful recipe books are an affordable way to breathe new life into a kitchen, and we particularly love the colours on this one from Oliver Bonas. For a pocket-friendly update, style one on your kitchen countertops as you would with any other accessory. It'll instantly add a pop of on-trend colour to your space!
Abstracted Ink Mugs
- £9 each
New mugs are perfect for refreshing the look of open shelving. Team them with a cool piece of wall art or a trailing houseplant to add a sense of interest, without breaking the bank.
True Grace Set of 2 Taper Candles
You can never have too many candles, especially when they look as good as these ones. Group them together to create an impactful display, or style them solo for a chic, minimalist look.
Midi Shaped Planter
Fun, sculptural planters can add a sense of quirky personality to a room - and the great news is that they don't have to cost the earth! These planters from Typo are just £6, and fantastic for styling-up succulents or greenery.
Chickidee Wooden Jewellery Box with Green Marble Lid
Storage boxes of all sorts are great for keeping clutter at bay, but they can also act as an accessory in their own right. Something like this marble lid jewellery box, from ASOS, will keep your dressing table looking neat and tidy while adding depth with its mixture of materials.
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Bouquet of Dried Wheat-style Flowers
Dried flowers are a fantastic, cost-effective alternative to fresh blooms - they look equally fabulous, but they last much longer. These wheat-style flowers from Maisons du Monde look great in a little bud vase, and can be styled on mantelpieces, coffee tables and more for a strpped-back Scandi finish.
Beige Rattan Flower Mirror
Why not liven up a lacklustre bedroom with a decorative mirror? This rattan mirror from Maisons du Monde won't just look great - it'll make your space feel bigger by reflecting the light too. Try adding yours to a gallery wall if you're after a wall decor display with a twist!
Patterned Canvas Cushion Cover
Cushion covers are one of the best accessories for livening up your space on a budget. We particularly love these ones from H&M - use them to jazz up a sofa or bed, then swap them out for something different when you fancy a seasonal switch up.
2-pack Napkin Rings
Sometimes the little details can make the biggest difference, which is why we love giving our tableware an affordable update every now and then. Instead of splashing out on a whole new dinner set, why not give your existing crockery a makeover with new napkin rings? These ones from H&M look glam but subtle.
Ma Chérie Poster
New art prints can give your space a whole new look and feel. When you've invested in a good frame, why not buy a collection of cheap posters? You can rotate them on a seasonal basis to make sure your space always feels fresh!
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Thea Jeffreys is the Digital Writer on YourHomeStyle.uk, and is passionate about all things home décor. When she’s not scouring the internet for budget-friendly homeware finds, you’ll find her writing about the latest interior trends and handy upcycling tricks.