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!
Grey & Gold Foiled Base Plant Pot Medium, £19.50, Oliver Bonas
Due to the application of the metallic foil on this Oliver Bonas ceramic, each piece has a completely unique finish. It’s the perfect, one-of-a-kind accompaniment to your favourite houseplant – the light grey stoneware looks great against a pop of fresh greenery!
Ceramic Shell Vase in Terracotta, £16.00, Rose & Grey
We always love a statement vase here at YourHomeStyle, but something about this fun, sculptural ceramic piece from Rose and Grey really caught our eye. The playful shell shape looks great in a warm terracotta shade – display it solo or pair it with this large peach shell vase for even more impact.
Spiral Staircase Poster, £12.95, Desenio
If you’re into interiors, you’ll likely have heard about Brave Ground, the warm, earthy tone that’s set to be the colour of 2021. Cosy, calming and grounding, experts believe that furniture and accessories in the shade – just like this piece of Desenio artwork – will dominate interior trends next year, and it’s easy to see why… this print will make a chic addition to any sideboard.
Ceramic Mugs, £30.70 for a pair, LittleWrenPottery
This week, Etsy revealed its latest collaboration with fashion expert and Queer Eye star Tan France. The ex-Zara director is, amongst other things, known for his impeccable taste, love of interiors and appreciation of everyday indulgences. So, when we heard that he’s spent months collaborating on a one-of-a-kind Christmas gifting collection, we knew it was going to be good… and it didn’t disappoint!
One of our favourite pieces from the collection was this handcrafted ceramic mug from Yorkshire company, Little Wren Pottery. The design is inspired by the colours of the British countryside, and we think it’ll look incredible on incredible on the coffee tables of modern and period properties alike! View the rest of our favourites from the collection here.
Striped Ceramic Jug, £14, Next
Minimalist, understated and practical, this striped ceramic jug from Next will slot into a Scandi-style home seamlessly. We love using it to style sprigs of fresh eucalyptus, but if you prefer a homely, country cottage look, why not fill it with a bunch of wild flowers?
Small Dried Grasses Wreath, £28, Rose & Grey
Dried grasses are in vogue, and whether it’s a bunch of dried pampas grass or a posy of bunny tails, stylists everywhere are using neutral sprigs to add texture to our homes.
This small dried grass wreath from Rose & Grey is perfect if you’re a fan of the trend but don’t have the space – or cash – for a big dried display. It’ll add a subtle seasonal feel without overwhelming your scheme. Looking for something slightly more festive? Check out our round-up of the best autumn wreaths here!