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!
The best high street homeware accessories
SofeStore Ibiza Themed Gallery Wall Set, £42, Etsy
Whether you’re looking to refresh your period property, breathe life into a new-build or make your rented flat feel like home, introducing some wall decor into your space is guaranteed to change the way it feels.
Creating a gallery wall can be expensive, so we absolutely love this set of Ibiza themed prints from independent Etsy seller, SofeStore. Featuring a total of six prints – three A4 and three A3 – for just £42, we think it’s an absolute steal, and the pastel aesthetic is super on trend.
Ola Pink Seagrass Pendant Lamp Shade, £39.50, Oliver Bonas
The hallway is often one of the last places on our decorating list, but giving it a bright and sunny overhaul can do wonders for how you feel when you step into your home.
If you’re looking to make a positive first impression, good lighting is key. This pink seagrass pendant lampshade from Oliver Bonas is perfect because its crosshatch and soft wave design will allow light to fill your space from every angle, while still giving it a summery boho vibe.
ThisCloudyDay Soy Wax Bubble Candles, £9.77, Etsy
Working out how to decorate on a budget can be tricky, but there are a number of simple, low-cost ways to refresh your space that don’t necessarily involve heading to the charity shop and upcycling with a can of spray paint.
One of the quickest ways to make your home feel fresh and on trend is to buy a couple of small accessories in trending colours and dot them around your home, whether it’s on a mantelpiece, a coffee table, open shelving or at your bedside. These bubble candles can be found all over Pinterest at the moment, and if you opt for the rose pink and green versions, your home will be on trend and ready for spring!
Bathing Beauties Removable Wallpaper, £35, Urban Outfitters
From lavish murals to textured tiles, an eye-catching feature wall is great for adding some charisma to your home, but sometimes they can feel like a big commitment with trends changing fast.
If you want to dip your toe into the world of feature walls without being tied to a particular décor choice long term, removable wallpaper is the answer. This Bathing Beauties paper from Urban Outfitters is amazing because it can be cut in panels or used on a whole wall, and it’s perfect for updating your bathroom décor on a budget.
Trudy Armchair, £349, Made.com
Large rooms seem to provide us with endless opportunities to express our personal style, but injecting life into a small space can sometimes feel like a bit of a daunting task.
Whether you’re dealing with a small bedroom, living room or dining room, choosing low profile furniture is a tried and tested way to make a small room feel bigger. This Trudy armchair from Made.com is ideal for styling in a compact room as its proportions will trick the eye into thinking there’s more space than there is, plus its curved design and gold metallic legs will look amazing in minimalist and retro-inspired homes alike!
Klippan Wool Blanket, £69, Arket
Above else, our homes should be a cosy place to retreat to at the end of the day, and there’s no better way to make your home feel snug than to echo elements of the natural world in the textures and colours you surround yourself with.
Earth-tone accessories, like this comfortably lightweight, jacquard-woven blanket from Arket, can instantly bring about a sense of stability, warmth and comfort in your home because it reflects the colours found in nature. Made from lambswool and featuring fringed edges on its short sides, this blanket will look best paired with more accessories from a neutral palette, and looks particularly good styled next to a shade like Dulux’s Colour of the Year, Brave Ground.