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
Smoked Grey LED Glass Candle Trio, £31.99, Lights4Fun
While seasonal scented candles make the perfect finishing touch in a lounge or bedroom, we always think it’s best to use decorative candles in the spaces where you prepare or serve food so that the scent of your candle doesn’t interfere with the fragrance of your dish, and vice versa.
LED pillar candles are particularly great in a kitchen or dining room because they’ll fill your space with a warm, flickering glow, without the added maintenance of a regular candle. These ones from Lights4Fun are among our favourites because they’re crafted from real white wax and perfectly mimic the appearance of a real flame – plus they last for 600 hours before needing fresh batteries.
Logan Cushion Cover, £35, The White Company
The average person spends around 33 years of their life in bed, so if you’re looking to invest in any part of your home, it’s worth starting with your bedding.
This beautiful waffle cushion cover is crafted from a special blend of Turkish cotton and is lightweight and breathable, making it the perfect option for the spring and summer months. Try styling it with the matching white throw for a laid-back but luxurious look.
Faux Coral Wall Art, £95, Cox & Cox
If your room is looking a little bit lacklustre, adding some unusual wall décor is a sure way to inject it with personality.
This natural-look faux coral wall art makes a great alternative to a traditional framed print, and will add subtle texture into your space without overwhelming it. To style, try teaming it with earth tones and natural materials.
Recif Decorative Object in Sandstone, £70, La Redoute
We’re all about transforming our homes into tranquil havens after the chaos of 2020, and there’s no better way to create a soothing interior than to echo elements of the natural world within your space.
This enamelled sandstone ornament from La Redoute has unusual curves that mimics the formations found in caves, and will add an element of interest to a bookcase, open-shelf or mantelpiece. For a striking display, style it next to the coordinating vase with some dried flowers.
Paulownia Side Table, £69.50, Maisons du Monde
If you’re doing up your home on a tight budget, opting for furniture that can serve a number of different functions is a great way to get the most out of your money.
This Paulownia Side Table from Maisons Du Monde, for example, is great because you can move it from room to room as you wish – style it next to your sofa with a table lamp, at your bedside with an electric diffuser or even in your hallway as somewhere to keep keys and essentials.
Metal Floor Lamp, £119.99, H&M Home
Although the warmer months are well and truly on their way, we all know that sunshine isn’t a guaranteed feature in a typical British summer, so the artificial lighting options you choose for your home are still super important.
We love this metal floor lamp from H&M Home because it gives us sleek Art Deco vibes, and the leaning design makes it perfect for illuminating gloomy corners whatever the weather.