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
Palm Embroidered Cushion, £35, Monsoon
If your sofa is in need of a summery spruce-up, you can’t go wrong with bright, seasonal scatter cushions. This one from Monsoon is crafted from cotton to keep you cool, and it’s vibrant lime palm motif will instantly liven up your space.
Habitat Celine 2 Seater Velvet Sofa in Blue, £395, Argos
Velvet sofas usually come with a hefty price tag, so we couldn’t believe our eyes when we discovered that this 2 seater Habitat sofa retails at under £400. With round edges and black metal legs, the sofa has a sleek, contemporary look, and its slimline design makes it perfect for small spaces. If petrol blue isn’t your thing, it also comes in a sophisticated forest green shade.
Green Gingham And Palm Art Print, £16, Fy!
Adding some new wall art to your space is a sure way to shake it up, and this Drawn by Rachel palm print is guaranteed to give your summer décor scheme a little lift. We love the combination of pastel green, gingham and pink – it reminds us of the incredible Beverly Hills Hotel-inspired décor in Interior Design Master Siobhan’s home (check it out here!)
Assouline The Luxury Collection: Hotel Secrets Book, £45, Amara
No coffee table is complete without a coffee table book, and Hotel Secrets from Assouline is great for adding a bright flash of colour into your space with its electric blue cover. What’s more, inside you’ll find a compendium of the world’s most beautiful destinations, which you can browse from the comfort of your own sofa. We love it!
Paradise Pink Ceramic Oil Burner, £19.50, Oliver Bonas
Smell is the strongest of the five senses and it can have a huge impact on our emotions, so when you’re designing a room, it’s important that you consider how you fragrance it, as well as how it looks. We love this ceramic oil burner from Oliver Bonas because you simply add a few drops of your chosen fragrance oil along with with water, and it will fill your whole room with gorgeous scent.
Pen Holder, £7, Typo
This fruity pen holder from our go-to stationary stop, Typo, is perfect for injecting a bit of summer sunshine into your home office. It’s great for styling on open shelving or a desktop, and you can even use it to house a little plant if you want to breathe a bit of life into your space!