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!
Large Woven Wall Hanging, £80, Etsy
Spring is around the corner once again, and if you’re anything like us here at YourHomeStyle, you’re already feeling the urge to brighten up your home after a long and rainy winter.
If your walls are looking a little underwhelming, a bright new wall hanging is the perfect pick-me-up for a lacklustre space. If you opt for a custom macramé piece, like these ones from Etsy, you get to pick your own colour palette, and you’ll be supporting independent businesses with your purchase. It’s a win win!
Toblino Table Lamp, £45, Made.com
If your home is feeling a bit gloomy but you don’t have the budget to be adding in windows or knocking down walls, don’t fret – there are plenty of pocket-friendly decor tricks that will make your home feel lighter in no time.
Once you’ve added mirrors and metallic accessories into your space, maximising artificial light is a must. This table lamp from Made.com is perfect for illuminating dull corners whilst adding a splash of subtle spring colour to your room – we love the uplifting green shade, but it comes in a beautiful terracotta tone too!
Hammered Gold Metal Storage, Trunks Set of Two £130, Oliver Bonas
When it comes to your hallway, efficient storage is a must if you want to keep your space feeling tranquil and clutter free.
As spring is round the corner, it’s worth investing in some long term coat storage so you can keep your bulky winter jackets stored carefully out of sight when they’re not in use. These storage trunks from Oliver Bonas are perfect for the job – they come in a set of two and make a beautiful décor feature. Style them next to some decorative hooks displaying your go-to accessories for an on-trend, practical display.
Bee Door Knocker, £10, Dunelm
The first thing anyone sees when they approach your home is your front door, so why not give it a budget makeover to help make a good first impression?
After you’ve applied a fresh lick of paint in an uplifting spring shade, replacing the door knocker will help to give your entryway a whole new look. This Bee knocker from Dunelm is durable, easy to clean, and boasts a timeless gold colourway. It’s perfect for adding some wow factor to your home!
Fanned Fronds Wallpaper, £108, Anthropologie
If you’re in need of bathroom decorating ideas on a budget, the good news is that you don’t have to plan an extensive remodel to completely transform your space.
Adding some wallpaper to your bathroom – whether it’s all over or just on a feature wall – will give it a brand new look in no time. This timeless print from Anthropologie is a particular favourite of ours – it’s screen printed, and will give your space a retro feel.
Don’t forget to check out our guide on how to use wallpaper in the bathroom!
Kimono Curtains in Multi, £31.99, Orla Kiely x Terry’s Fabrics
Irish designer Orla Kiely is known around the world for her retro-inspired designs, so we were super excited to find that Kiely has been working with Terry’s Fabrics to create a new range of blinds and curtains, based on her iconic bold patterns.
Whilst the whole collection is impressive, we particularly love the Kimono made to measure curtains. Boasting a gorgeous Japanese-tinged pattern, the multi-coloured curtains are uplifting and perfect for spring.