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!
Shell Tufted Wall Decoration, £50, Amara
If you’ve got a blank space on your wall, it can be tempting to rush and fill it with a simple framed print. But, if you take some time to look online, there are so many unique pieces of wall décor that’ll give your space that personalised edge.
This Shell Tufted Wall Decoration from Amara, for example, won’t just provide your space with a pop of colour, but it’ll add that all important bit of texture too. For a high-end, stylish look, try pairing it with a sculptural vase filled with dried grasses. Feeling inspired? Check out more of our favourite wall hangings here.
Kikkerland Ivy String Lights, £15.00, Urban Outfitters
As many interior enthusiasts will know, Cottagecore is set to be one of the hottest trends for 2021, and, as with many of the latest homeware trends, a key aim of the cottagecore aesthetic is to bring the outside in.
If you don’t feel like venturing out in the cold to find lots of foliage for your home, these Ivy string lights will do the trick in no time – they’re great for hanging above your bed or trailing along a mantelpiece, and, unlike the real thing, these ones light up for added cosiness. We’re sold!
Love Beaded Blue Velvet Cushion, £32, Oliver Bonas
This Love cushion from Oliver Bonas is the perfect Christmas gift for anyone who loves interiors – featuring delicate embroidery, metallic gold beads and pale pink piping, it’ll make the perfect addition to any sofa, feature chair or bed.
If dark décor isn’t their style, there’s also a ‘Happy’ version which features a cheerful mustard-toned shell design – it’s the perfect reminder to stay positive as we approach the New Year!
Penguin Duvet Cover, £60.00 for a double, John Lewis & Partners
When it comes to decking the halls at Christmas, the bedroom is often the last room on the list. A few festive touches, however, can create a the perfect retreat to escape to during this busy season, so there’s never been a better time to check what Christmas bedroom décor the market has to offer.
A seasonal duvet cover, like this one from John Lewis, is perfect for giving your bedroom an easy Christmas makeover, without breaking the bank. We love the minimalist penguin motif – it’s wintery but sophisticated.
Lit Heart Wire Wreath, £15, M&S
Christmas trees, winter candles, quirky baubles – there are so many ways to make your home feel festive at Christmas time, but if you’re looking to create a warm welcome, there’s nothing better than a wreath on your front door.
If you’re looking for a new Christmas wreath this year, this scandi-style one from M&S is perfect for achieving White Company vibes on a budget. Its light up frame will fill your home with a comforting glow and illuminate the lifelike foliage!
Singing Carols, £23.99 for a large jar
If you love the smell of fresh pine as you bring home your Christmas tree, then you’ll absolutely love Yankee Candle’s Singing Carols.
With hints of mandarin, eucalyptus and fir needle, this candle will fill your home with a classic evergreen Christmas tree fragrance, but it won’t overwhelm it – all thanks to the bottom notes of fresh blackberry. Not for you? Check out the rest of our favourite Christmas Yankee Candles here!