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
Freda Extra Large Rug in Off White, £299, Made.com
If you’re in a rented house, flat, or student accommodation, sometimes it’s easy to feel like your hands are tied when it comes to transforming your home’s interior, but there are so many ways you can make a rented flat feel like a home without jeopardising your security deposits and tenancy agreements.
Carpets and flooring in rented properties usually leave a lot to be desired, so when you rent a furnished home, a rug can quickly become one of your best friends. Not only will this beautiful rug from Made.com cover up an unappealing floor and give your deposit some protection from any accidental spillages that could occur, but it’ll give your space a comforting, 70’s inspired boho vibe. Try styling it with a chic metallic coffee table and some agate coasters for a Pinterest worthy vibe.
Peachy Clean Bathmat, £29, Urban Outfitters
Whether you’re sinking into a warm bath, brushing your teeth in the morning or taking off your make-up at the end of the day, your bathroom should be a relaxing haven, but unfortunately, more often than not, it can be a cold and unappealing space with tired fixtures and fittings.
Luckily, you don’t have to spend a huge amount to freshen up your bathroom, and some well-placed accessories can make all the difference! This peachy clean bathmat from Urban Outfitters, for example, will give your space an instant lift and a fun, relaxed vibe. Style It next to a big leafy houseplant and some pastel bathroom linens in quirky towel storage.
Northwest Hook, £12, Anthropologie
The hallway is often last area on our home decorating list, and so it’s no surprise that many of us find it’s also the space that looks the most unloved… until now!
Although decorative hooks might not be the first thing that comes to mind when giving your space a makeover, it’s the little details like this that can make your house feel like a home, allowing you to express your creativity and personal style whilst also being clever with storage solutions. These ‘Northwest’ hooks from Anthropologie will bring a warm homely touch to contemporary interiors, or add some quirky character to period properties.
Orange Ceramic Jug, £59.50, Oliver Bonas
We all have our own different ways of getting our homes ready for spring. Maybe you throw open the windows and give your space a good spring clean? Maybe you hang a lively spring wreath in the doorway? Or maybe decorate your dining table with some cute themed Easter decorations?
Our favourite way to see in the season is to treat ourselves to a beautiful new vase and fill it with a big bunch of fresh spring flowers. This Oliver Bonas ceramic is perfect for the job – it’ll brighten up any kitchen or dining room in no time.
Spring candle, £20, The White Company
When the seasons change, there’s nothing better than changing up your candle collection so you can fill your home with gorgeous seasonal scents.
If you’re on the lookout for a new spring candle, we tried and tested the new, limited edition and aptly named Spring candle from The White Company, and it couldn’t be any more perfect.
With floral notes of rose, lilac and honeysuckle, it candle smells exactly as if you’re standing in a spring garden with fresh laundry hanging on the line. When lit, it fills the room with scent and burns down evenly, but you can even smell the fragrance when it’s not burning. We love it!
Eliza Office Chair, £209, Barker and Stonehouse
When it comes to creating a productive work space in your home, sometimes it’s hard to find furniture that combines style and practicality, so we instantly fell in love with this Barker and Stonehouse Eliza office seat.
Not only does it have supreme foam cushioning for comfort, but it’s covered in an on-trend petrol velvet that will sit perfectly in a contemporary or vintage-inspired office scheme. We also love the fact that it’s on wheels, making it the perfect option for a small space cloffice or temporary office setup.