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!
Best decor accessories
Happy Flowers Canvas, £6, Typo
We only recently discovered Typo here at YourHomeStyle, but it’s safe to say we’re already obsessed. The brand, which boasts an Urban Outfitter’s aesthetic for a fraction of the price, specialises in quirky stationary staples and craft supplies, but also carries a huge homeware range that spans everything from foldable pastel storage crates to twinkly festoon lights.
While we particularly love Typo’s unusual range of pillar candles, what we find most impressive is its incredible collection of wall art, which starts from as little as £3. The larger canvas pieces, like this ‘happy flowers’ print, are perfect for injecting some colour into your space, and can be caught in the sale for £6.
Zahara Vases, from £26, Anthropologie
If you’re looking to spruce up your home in an instant, nothing beats a fresh bunch of seasonal flowers in a statement vase – especially if it’s one from Anthropologie’s stunning new Zahara range. Each one of the stoneware vases is hand-painted with a colourful but timeless motif that’ll brighten up your mantelpiece – and you can even get coordinating trinket dishes to style alongside them.
If you’re not sure how to display the vases, try grouping them together (as pictured) to give your console table a bit of wow factor, or style them in different rooms to add splashes of colour throughout your home. If you’re after a long lasting display, swap out fresh flowers for a beautiful dried bouquet and you’ll have an impressive vignette that lasts all year round.
Luau Pink Glass Punch Bowl & Ladle Set, £34, Oliver Bonas
If, like us, you’re over the moon to be hosting friends and family again, why not celebrate by giving your existing tableware a stylish update?
This dainty glass punchbowl from Oliver Bonas is perfect for holding everything from sangria to homemade lemonade, and it even has a matching glass spoon so you can keep your guest’s drinks full to the brim at all times. Team it with the matching tumblers to really make an impact.
Joan Tufted Cushion Cover, £25, La Redoute
Even if you’re a staunch minimalist, it’s important to incorporate a number of different textures into your décor scheme in order to give your space a cocooning, welcoming feel.
If you don’t want to go overboard, keep an eye out for pieces like this tufted cushion cover from La Redoute – thanks to its woven geometric pattern, it adds just the right amount of character to your sofa, armchair or bed, without overwhelming it.
Large Crescent Moon Mirror, £27.95, Graham & Green
Windows are that one area of the home that are particularly tricky to dress, and if you’re a firm believer in the cottagecore ethos of ‘more is more’, sometimes a set of bog-standard slatted blinds just won’t cut it.
This crescent moon pendant mirror makes a really beautiful addition to a bedroom window, but it also looks great hung directly on a wall. Crafted from iron and glass and boasting an antique brass finish, it’s great at bouncing light around a space, so it’s particularly effective in a small room.
Eren Waffle Border Towels in Burnt Orange, £39 for a Set of 4, Made.com
If you’re looking to spruce up your bathroom with something a bit different, we love the unique detailing on these towels from Made.com. The combination of a waffle hem and fringed edging gives them a bohemian but sophisticated vibe, and they’re particularly good for warming up a traditional monochrome scheme. If burnt orange isn’t your thing, they also come in an olive green and maple tone.