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!
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!
Gabrielle Bath Salt Caddy, £48.00, Anthropologie
Freshening up a tired bathroom doesn’t have to cost the earth, and there are so many quick and easy updates that you can achieve in the space of a weekend.
This bath salt caddy from Anthropologie, for example, can be fixed onto a wall in an instant, and will give your bathroom a luxury vibe within a matter of minutes. We love the fact that it frees up space in cupboards and around the tub too – this leaves more space for clever towel storage and accessories!
Tropical Beaded Pink Fabric Wall Art Small, £49.50, Oliver Bonas
If your home is feeling a little lacklustre after the winter months, an eye-catching feature wall is the perfect way to change up your decor without the commitment – or price tag – of a full room makeover.
A gallery wall makes a great addition to a living room because you can swap out the prints in the frames on a seasonal basis, giving your home a fresh look for a minimal cost. We think this tropical print from Oliver Bonas is perfect for a spring or summer display – the rose fabric is so uplifting and reminds us of décor from our travels!
Gold metal and pink velvet mirror, £47.50, Maisons du Monde
While knocking down walls or installing extra windows will let more light into your home, they’re – thankfully – not the only options when it comes to enlivening your space.
If you’re looking to make your home feel lighter and brighter without the cost of a renovation, adding an extra mirror to your space is a great way to bounce the light around your room, especially if you position it opposite a window. This gold and pink velvet mirror from the home of chic French homewares, Maisons du Monde, is perfect for the job – not only will it create the illusion of more space, but the soft rose fabric will add a subtle pop of colour to a lacklustre space.
All Things Brighton Beautiful Geo Glasses, Set of 2 £20.75, Not on the High Street
These unique geo glasses are inspired by the shape of modern terrariums, and we love added detail of the gold metallic edges. They’re made from thick, hand-blown glass, making them ideal for cocktails, but they’re also perfect for serving up some speciality iced coffee too.
Pink Linen Tea Towels, Pack of 2 £18.00, John Lewis & Partners
As bright splashes of colour creep back into the world after a long and rainy winter, many of us will get the urge to brighten up our homes as well, and our kitchens are no exception. If you’re keen to bring some sunny spring vibes into your kitchen, why not take note of the latest kitchen colour trends and accessorise with a pop of colour?
These John Lewis tea towels are made of pure woven linen, meaning there won’t be any lint left behind when you’re drying up your plates glassware. Plus, the combination of pink shades with provide the perfect pick me up for a kitchen in need of a light and bright update!
Easter Tree Branches, £9.99, Etsy
When spring arrives and the sun begins to shine again, adding some Easter-themed decor to your home – whether they’re bold or understated – is the perfect way to welcome in the new season.
These Easter branches from independent Etsy maker, HeavenlyHomeandGoods, are perfect for adding into a bunch of spring flowers, or styling alone in a vase. We love that they make a subtle reference to Easter without looking overwhelming, and you can keep them up all spring!