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!
Textured Glass Vase in Blush, £25, Cox & Cox
Understated glam at its finest, the light blush pink of this delicate glass vase is super sophisticated. Fill with faux eucalyptus stems and it’ll make a beautiful addition to your coffee table.
Glass Wooden Lid ‘Kyoto’ Storage Jar, £15, Debenhams
This sleek glass jar from Debenhams is the perfect antidote to tired kitchen storage. The simple combination of clear glass and wood gives it expensive, minimalist vibes – and it’s so versatile that you could even style it on a fireplace filled with coloured tip matches.
Cotton Mix Jacquard Bedding Set, from £69.00, M & S
Good bedding is an investment, and if you’re about to part with your hard-earned cash, chances are you want something that’s on-trend but timeless. This marble jacquard bedding from M&S may just be the answer to your interior prayers – the pattern is chic but subtle enough that you won’t get bored of it.
Noah 4 Drawer Chest, £399, Next
This four drawer chest from Next is the perfect example of retro-inspired furniture done right. We love the combination of solid wood and a woven cane front – it’s so on trend, and perfect for boho bedrooms.
Ceramic 2 Wick Cotton Flower Candle, £15.00, Paperchase
We can’t get enough this double wick candle from Paperchase – not only does it smell incredible, but when it burns down you’re left with a beautiful ombre ceramic pot. This’ll make a perfect addition to a styling tray on your table – just add some aesthetic coffee table books and a plant for maximum impact.
Black Striped Leggy Plant Pot, £9.50, Albert and Moo
We love the detail on this leggy plant pot – the monochrome pattern is classic yet playful. This piece looks especially good styled with big leafy spider plants, but you can even use it as a trinket dish on a bedside table.