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
Rosehip Throw Blanket, £68, Anthropologie
Spring is just around the corner once again, and if you’re anything like us here at YourHomeStyle, you’ll know there’s nothing better than giving your home a good spring clean and making way for some new, uplifting accessories!
If your bedroom is in need of an update, this incredible rosehip blanket from Anthropologie will brighten it up in no time. We love the striking combo of zingy lemon yellow and pretty pinks – we think it’ll make an especially good addition to a pink bedroom, or do a great job of brightening a room with predominantly dark decor.
Camila Blue & Gold Ceramic Mug, £12.50, Oliver Bonas
Open shelving is fast becoming one of 2021’s hottest new trends, and interiors enthusiasts everywhere are sharing snaps of their carefully curated display shelves on Instagram.
If you’re thinking of jumping on the #shelfie bandwagon, this statement mug from Oliver Bonas is sure to make a beautiful addition to open kitchen shelving. The exposed biscuit base gives it an artisanal feel, and the metallic handle will catch the light beautifully. Style it next to stacks of plates and some quirky potted houseplants for a cottagecore-inspired feel.
Washed linen duvet cover set,£79.99, H&M Home
Ever since we heard the news that brave ground was set to be Dulux’s colour of 2021, we’ve been on the hunt for the best earth tones décor ideas. This beautiful washed linen bedding from H&M has to be one of our favourite natural-toned accessories so far – the linen weave has pretty double stitched edges, and the terracotta-inspired tone is perfect for keeping neutral bedrooms feeling warm and soothing.
Julius Round Velvet Cushion, £25, Made.com
Blue is fast becoming one of the most popular shades to use in a home thanks to its soothing properties, and interiors enthusiasts everywhere are loving blue living rooms in particular. If you’re keen to embrace the trend but not ready to dig out the paintbrushes, adding a few blue accessories into your space will make it feel more tranquil, fresh and sophisticated just in time for spring. In our opinion, this cushion from Made.com is perfect for the job – we love how the pink piped edging gives a slightly retro feel!
Malu Rattan Headboard, £190, La Redoute
If you’re feeling the urge to say goodbye to your old winter décor and switch up your rooms for spring, there are lots of pocket-friendly ways to give your bedroom a whole new look. If your bed is looking a little bit lacklustre, one of our favourite hacks is switching up the headboard rather than replacing the whole bed! This rattan one from La Redoute will give your room a relaxed boho look, and looks great with relaxed linen bedding!
Selene Entryway Storage Mirror, £269, Urban Outfitters
We’re always on the lookout for new hallway décor ideas, so this entryway storage mirror from Urban Outfitters instantly caught our eye! If you’re limited on space, it does a great job of keeping your hall clutter-free and organised, and looks especially good in homes with an industrial décor vibe. Style it next to a big tall houseplant in a seagrass basket to make a great first impression.