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
Flower Market Madrid Poster, £19 for A3, Etsy
You don’t have to be an interiors expert to know that your environment has a huge impact on your mood, and from wall colours to soft furnishings, the things you surround yourself with on a daily basis will shape the way you feel in your home.
When it comes to creating a productive work space, it’s important that you choose décor that makes you feel motivated and focused, not distracted and uninspired. This Flower Market print from independent Etsy seller, LetsTalkAboutDecor, is perfect for the job – it’ll bring your space to life in no time.
Magazine And Toilet Paper Holder, £78, Anthropologie
If you’re keen to update your bathroom but you’re working within a tight budget, the good news is that you don’t have to plan an extensive remodel to completely transform your space.
In fact, with a few clever swaps and tricks, you can easily freshen up your space without breaking the bank. This magazine and toilet paper holder from Anthropologie is a clever investment piece that’ll allow you to keep your space looking fresh for years – simply swap out different colour magazines and books whenever trends change to keep your bathroom looking up to date.
Barkley Storage Shelf, £45, Urban Outfitters
While larger rooms seem to provide us with endless opportunities to express our personal style, injecting life into a small space can sometimes feel like an intimidating task.
If you’re looking to personalise a compact room without overwhelming it, keep an eye out for slimline furniture that’ll add interest to the space without using up too much room. This storage shelf from Urban Outfitters, for example, has a hinging structure that allows it to rest against your wall, leaving you with plenty of space to move around it.
The tray shelves can hold anything from trinkets and plants to kitchen essentials and books, so it’s perfect for styling in compact kitchens and bathrooms. See our guide to using open shelving for more display shelf inspiration!
12 Piece Dipped Ceramic Dinner Set, £25, Matalan
Green kitchens are set to be one of the biggest trends of 2021, and from deep forest green to pale pistachio, interiors experts suggest that green will be the colour of choice for those wanting to create a fresh, clean feel in their décor.
If you’re keen to embrace the trend but not so keen on the idea of completely repainting your kitchen, some carefully curated green kitchen accessories will help you achieve an on-trend look for less. Try styling this dipped ceramic set from Matalan on a kitchen shelf – it’ll look great next to some trailing plants!
Tufted wavy rug mirror, £95, Etsy
If you’re an interiors enthusiast, you’ll have likely seen these wavy mirrors all over your social media feed. Handmade bespoke and entirely out of vegan acrylic yarn, these fluffy mirrors can be made in any colour and mounted wherever you like thanks to their strong and sturdy backing material.
If you like your homewares to be eco-friendly, these mirrors are made in Manchester and sent in 100% recycled packaging. If you want to get creative, you can even have the outer portion tailor made to match your own design, mixing colours and patterns.
Catalina Modern Abstract vase, £36, Curious Egg
If you’re into interior design you’ll know that nature-inspired décor has been tipped as one of 2021’s biggest trends, but the natural aesthetic isn’t just about wildflower motifs and rattan accessories.
In fact, one of the main ways designers are embracing this trend is by choosing furniture and accessories that mirror the shapes found in nature – think wavy mirrors and interesting, irregular ceramics. If you want to champion the look in your own space, this abstract vase from the home of characterful homewares, Curious Egg, is perfect – its curvy, hand-painted design echoes the colours you’d find in the Mediterranean landscape, and it’ll look perfect styled on a rustic wooden table.