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!
Printed Quilted Blue Velvet Double Bedspread, £135, Oliver Bonas
Cottagecore is an aesthetic trend that has been sweeping the internet this past year. Tipped to become the biggest home décor trend of 2021, it’s is all about re-establishing a wholesome connection to nature, and finding calm in simpler things.
To put it briefly, cottagecore is maximalism taken back in time and with a vintage twist, so think traditional country décor but with extra personality. This quilted double bedspread from Oliver Bonas, for example, is perfect – the moss green and pink rotary print and crinkle French stitching will give any bedroom a welcoming, cosy feel.
Opal Ball Table Lamp, £85, Barker and Stonehouse
If you want to make your home feel cosy this winter, look to how the Scandinavian countries use lighting to make their homes feel inviting. They have as little as four hours of daylight in winter, so they use LED strips, fairy lights and local lighting to create pools of light around their homes.
This Art Deco-style lamp from Barker and Stonehouse is great if you’re looking to brighten up a corner that tends to get gloomy during the winter months. The delicate glass ball will cast a warm white light from every angle, and the antique brass stand looks sleek and classic. We love it!
Leaf Scribble Undated Daily Planner Book, £35.00, Etsy
We love the bright, abstract design on this undated daily planner from Etsy – although it’s a fully functional diary, it’s also a great accessory for brightening up a coffee table or bookshelf.
If you’re thinking ahead to Christmas gifts, we also think this would make the perfect conscious stocking filler – not only does it look totally Instagramable, but it’s made from recycled music sheet paper here in the UK!
Set of 2 Boucle Cushions, £45, Made.com
Global glamour was recently tipped as one of one of the trends to watch in 2021, and in this trend, subtly textured walls, large furnishings and carpets provide a blank canvas for irresistibly tactile accessories.
These boucle cushions for Made.com are perfect for achieving a global glamour aesthetic – they’ll add some subtle texture into a neutral home or give an ecru sofa an expensive, designer feel. Remember, comfort is key in this look, so style these up with even more floor pillows and pouffes to create a relaxed and low-profile look you can recline into.
OSYNLIG candle range, £9, IKEA
We were thrilled to hear that IKEA was teaming up with Byredo founder Ben Gorham to create an exclusive range of scented winter candles. The OSYNLIG collection has finally launched, and we couldn’t wait to get our hands on some designer perfumery at a bargain price.
The range incorporates fragrances for all seasons, and each of the 13 scents comes in a stoneware pot with its own colour-combo glaze, which is almost as delightful as the candle itself. Even better, we love the suggestion of using the empty container as a mulled wine mug.
1.5ft Lit Snowy Christmas Tree, £9.50, M&S
Just because you’re short on space doesn’t mean you can’t be festive, and there are some fabulous mini Christmas trees on the market this year
We particularly like this snowy tabletop tree from M&S… the artificial frost and hessian-covered base look amazing in a Scandi-style home. If you’re looking for something a little larger, check out our pick of the best artificial Christmas trees here!