Style wishlist: 11th December

Every week, we round up our favourite new homeware discoveries - read on to see what we're loving!

Zhurie Yellow Velvet Bee Embroidered Cushion, £34, Oliver Bonas

If you’ve been dreaming of giving your home decor a well-deserved update but don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place!

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Here at YourHomeStyle, we’ve collected the best budget-friendly homeware buys of the week, so you can stay bang on trend… without splashing too much of your hard earned cash.

And, if you want to get even more decor inspo, click here to see all our past style wishlists!

Zhurie Yellow Velvet Bee Embroidered Cushion, £34, Oliver Bonas

Zhurie Yellow Velvet Bee Embroidered Cushion, £34, Oliver Bonas
Zhurie Yellow Velvet Bee Embroidered Cushion, £34, Oliver Bonas

Yesterday, Pantone announced that Illuminating – a cheerful yellow shade – is to become one of the top colours of 2021, so we couldn’t believe our luck when we came across this vibrant Zhurie cushion from Oliver Bonas!

Featuring honey yellow velvet and gold embroidery detailing, this is the perfect accessory to give any bed, sofa or feature chair an instant lift. Pair it with a grey woven throw for a totally on trend look.

Floral Stemless Wine Glass, £5.00, Urban Outfitters

Floral Stemless Wine Glass, £5.00, Urban Outfitters
Floral Stemless Wine Glass, £5.00, Urban Outfitters

Unique glassware is always a welcomed addition to our cabinets, so it’s no surprise that we instantly fell in love with these quirky, stemless wine glasses from the home of boho-inspired accessories, Urban Outfitters.

Featuring a dainty all-over floral pattern and delicate gold detailing, these make a perfect gift for cocktail lovers – if you can bear to give them away!

Wild Flora Cushion in Black And Green, £30, Barker and Stonehouse

Wild Flora Cushion in Black And Green, £30, Barker and Stonehouse
Wild Flora Cushion in Black And Green, £30, Barker and Stonehouse

When choosing paint shades and accessories for our home, many of us shy away from dark décor in the fear that it’ll make rooms feel small and claustrophobic. But, in reality, the right dark décor can transform a room into a warm, cosy escape, and give your home that boutique hotel feel.

If you’re not quite ready to embrace the drama of dark paint on your walls, try adding deep jewel-toned furniture and accessories for a similar effect. This Wild Flora cushion, for example, perfectly accentuates a dark velvet sofa, and looks even better paired with a striking emerald rug. Use one to create a feature, or scatter three or four for a bold, decorative statement.

Leah Goren Tiger Vase, £56.00, Anthropologie

Leah Goren Tiger Vase, £56.00, Anthropologie
Leah Goren Tiger Vase, £56.00, Anthropologie

Global style is set to be big in 2021, so we’re always on the lookout for accessories that have us dreaming of faraway destinations.

Designed by Leah Goren in collaboration with Anthropologie, this handcrafted vase is perfect for the job – the safari scene is great for adding a splash of colour into a room.

Osaka Set of 6 Cups in Black, £29, Made.com

Osaka Set of 6 Cups in Black, £29, Made.com
Osaka Set of 6 Cups in Black, £29, Made.com

2020 has taught us that our homes can be our sanctuary, so if you’re on the hunt for Christmas presents, why not choose something that’ll give your loved one’s space a little boost?

This set of mugs from Made.com is the perfect gift for an interiors enthusiast – pared-back and finished with a speckled black effect, they’re inspired by Japanese teacups, and look amazing in a minimalist home.

Linen Blanket, £59, Arket

Linen Blanket, £59, Arket
Linen Blanket, £59, Arket

If you’re looking to embrace the cottagecore trend and transform your home into a cosy oasis, layering soft furnishings is key.

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This beautiful linen blanket from Nordic décor specialist Arket is ideal for the job – it’s super soft and great for throwing over a bed as the weather gets chilly.