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!
Mysa Dinnerware Set, £129, Made.com
With cream kitchens on the rise and warm, earthy ‘Brave Ground’ being selected as Dulux’s colour of 2021, gone are the days when opting for a neutral scheme in your home means settling for less character.
Made.com’s Mysa dinner set, for example, might boast neutral tones, but it’s far from boring. Handcrafted by skilled artisans in Portugal, the reactive glaze leaves a mottled charcoal pattern that will differ each time, so each piece you purchase is totally unique to you.
Small rattan basket,£24.99, H&M Home
Boho-inspired storage is all the rage right now, and whether it’s woven seagrass baskets or carpet printed hampers, interior enthusiasts everywhere are loving the laid back look of baskets in their living rooms.
If you’re keen to embrace the trend, this basket from H&M is one of our favourites – it looks great filled with blankets or magazines, and the woven handles make easy to move around.
Gold-Tone Etched Iron Moon Hook, £8.00, Urban Outfitters
Decorative hooks might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of giving your home an overhaul, but it’s the little touches like this that really make a house feel special.
This etched iron moon hook from Urban Outfitters is super practical when installed in a hallway or bedroom, but it’ll also give your space some added character. Use it to display treasured jewellery, scarves and hats.
Pink Earthenware Cup and Saucer, Set of 2 £9, Maisons du Monde
Valentine’s Day is around the corner once again, and as the day is shaping up to look a little different this year, you can’t go wrong with some Valentine’s Day décor to brighten up your space.
If heart-shaped cushions and roses aren’t your thing, you can still make a subtle nod to the season in your home without going overboard. This earthenware cup and saucer from Maisons du Monde is perfect for the job – the understated pink is seasonal but still sophisticated.
Kantha-Stitched Velvet Quilt, £148.00, Anthropologie
If you’re looking to create a calm and tranquil retreat in your home, blue bedroom décor is a classic choice. Not only does blue look good in our homes, but a Travelodge survey found that people with blue bedrooms are most likely to report sleeping soundly, so it’s worth investing in some staple blue accessories.
This Kantha-stitched velvet quilt from Anthropologie won’t only bring a sense of calm into your room, but it’ll bring a sense of luxury too. It’s hand crafted, one-of-a-kind, and looks beautiful paired with vintage-inspired accessories.
Korzina Teal Woven Plant Pot Cover Small, £14, Oliver Bonas
If you’ve been looking to increase your motivation when you’re working from home, you can’t underestimate the power that a few simple decor changes can make. Once you’ve sectioned off your space with a quirky room divider and invested in some good storage (hello, stylish filing cabinets), it’s time to bring the space to life with some beautiful decor accessories.
This Woven Plant Pot from Oliver Bonas will is guaranteed to give your space a lift – it’ll make the perfect home for your favourite houseplant, or can even double up as a storage basket for stationary.