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
Dried Flower Wreath, £42, FlorenceAndFlowers via Etsy
The arrival of spring signals new beginnings, and there’s no better time to give your home a fresh seasonal update… starting with the front door!
This incredible spring wreath from independent Etsy maker, FlorenceAndFlowers, will brighten up your hallway in no time. We love its modern, asymmetric design, but we love the fact that it’s everlasting even more… if you keep it indoors and look after it, it’ll keep bringing you joy season after season. Just be sure to put in proper storage when it’s not on display!
Dulux one-coat Pressed Petal Matt Emulsion paint, £32, B&Q
Giving a room a fresh lick of paint is one of the easiest ways to completely transform it, so we were super excited when we found out about Dulux’s new Simply Refresh range!
The thick, ‘one coat’ paint has been specially formulated to give your walls a full coverage finish in just one coat, meaning that you can completely refresh your space in just a fraction of the usual time.
Bregnac hammock, £50, La Redoute
If you’re dreaming about hosting a garden party as soon as restrictions allow, now is the perfect time to get your hands on some stylish garden furniture.
This beautiful hammock from La Redoute won’t only give your garden a dreamy bohemian feel, but it’ll provide you with the perfect place to recline in the shade and let the hours drift away. We love the fact that it’s made of thick polycotton and fastened with multiple woven fixings… it means you don’t have to worry about crashing to the ground and spilling your cocktail!
Pink Daisy French Bowl, £19.95, Emma Bridgewater
To mark the approach of spring, Emma Bridgewater has unveiled a new Easter collection inspired by the renewal of nature.
The brand’s French bowls are always a delight, but the new pink daisy version has to be one of our favourites so far. It’s perfect for serving snacks, cereal or in its traditional use as a hot chocolate mug, and the vivid pops of spring colour will brighten up any breakfast table.
Red Nose Day mugs, £3.00, Sainsbury’s
Today is Red Nose Day, and while fundraising efforts have had to look a little different this year, there’s still time to support the cause and help those in need in the UK and abroad. Sainsbury’s has partnered with Comic Relief on a range of Red Nose Day merchandise, including a notebook, a water bottle and these super-cute mugs. We think they’d look fabulous next to your home coffee station – and £1.50 from each sale goes directly to Comic Relief!
Leighton painted vase, £34, Anthropologie
Themed Easter decorations are great for uplifting a space, but if you prefer your home to make a more subtle nod to the season, something like a floral vase makes a perfect, understated addition to a mantelpiece or table in the springtime.
This Leighton stoneware vase from Anthropologie is painted with vibrant, abstract bouquets and will breathe a new lease of life into a hallway, living room or bedroom. Style it with a bunch of fresh spring flowers to give your home a cheerful look.
Cherry Blossom candle, £20.99, Yankee Candle
Although candles might not be the first thing to come to mind when you think about changing up the look of your space, add a beautifully coloured spring candle to your coffee table, mantelpiece or open shelving and it’ll instantly give your space a new lease of life.
This Cherry Blossom Yankee Candle will introduce a splash of spring colour into your space whilst simultaneously filling it with delicate, sophisticated scent. If floral scents aren’t your thing, The Last Paradise fragrance might be more to your taste – the orangey-coral candle combines green apple and hibiscus, but to us, it smells like juicy watermelon!