Style wishlist: 27th November

Every week, we round up our favourite new homeware discoveries - read on to see what we're loving!

Abstract by Rebecca Hoyes, £145, Made.com

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!

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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!

Wooden Star Base Bar Tools Set, £55, Oliver Bonas

Wooden Star Base Bar Tools Set, £55, Oliver Bonas
Wooden Star Base Bar Tools Set, £55, Oliver Bonas

Christmas isn’t Christmas without some festive cocktails, and if you’re thinking of kitting your bar cart out ahead of the occasion, you won’t want to miss this bar tools set from Oliver Bonas.

With a sleek, yellow gold finish and a sturdy wooden base, this set contains everything you’ll ever need to become your own bar tender, plus, it looks especially good on a mirrored cocktail cart.

Abstract by Rebecca Hoyes, £145, Made.com

Abstract by Rebecca Hoyes, £145, Made.com
Abstract by Rebecca Hoyes, £145, Made.com

Changing up your wall decor is one of the quickest and easiest ways to refresh a room, and these abstract paintings from Made.com are guaranteed to give your space an instant lift.

Available in three different sizes, the earth-toned prints are inspired by mid-century modern interiors, and they look amazing directly above a sofa. To complete the look, add some terracotta cushions or a sage green throw.

Eucalyptus Berry Leaf Spray in White, £8, John Lewis & Partners

Impressionism Eucalyptus Berry Leaf Spray, White, £8, John Lewis & Partners
Impressionism Eucalyptus Berry Leaf Spray, White, £8, John Lewis & Partners

These eucalyptus leaf sprays are great for adding a wintery touch to your home this time of year, and for £8, they’re a steal.

Style them amongst the branches of your Christmas tree for a full, professional look, or pop a few stems in a vase of your choice – you’ll love the subtle Christmassy feel they give to a room.

Ellia Adore Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser, £59.99, Homedics

Ellia Adore Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser, £59.99, Homedics
Ellia Adore Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser, £59.99, Homedics

2020 has seen us spend more time indoors than ever before, and we soon realised how important it is to make our homes our sanctuary. Self-care and wellbeing are set to a huge focus of 2021, so if you’re after a homeware gift that does good as well as looks good, this Ellia Essential Oil Diffuser from Homedics might just be the thing.

Although the Ellia looks as though it could be a minimalist sculpture, it diffuses a fine mist of essential oils and fills your whole room with scent, giving it an instant spa-like ambience. It can also glow with a colour changing light or play relaxing sounds, depending on your mood.

Waska Metal and Rattan Mirror, £150.50, La Redoute

Waska Metal & Rattan Mirror
Waska Metal and Rattan Mirror, £150.50, La Redoute

With its retro curves and rattan weave, La Redoute’s Waska mirror would instantly set the tone in a Seventies-inspired boho scheme. Equally at home in a bedroom or bathroom, it’s a statement piece – plus, it’s in the black Friday sale!

Wooden Star Fairy Light Garland, £16.99, Lights 4 Fun

Wooden Star Fairy Light Garland, £16.99, Lights 4 Fun
Wooden Star Fairy Light Garland, £16.99, Lights 4 Fun

There are so many ways to make your home feel cosy around Christmas time, but nothing beats the glow of fairy lights as the evenings get darker.

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This minimalist, wooden star garland will give a nice rustic feel to your room and provide a subtle glow the whole winter through. Pop it in a glass vase with pinecones, or stretch it over a sideboard for a contemporary alternative to traditional Christmas wreaths or garlands.