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!
Juniper Tassel Cushion in Blush, £19, Barker and Stonehouse
Scattering a few new cushions across your sofa is one of the easiest ways to give your room an instant, affordable update, and we think this juniper tassel cushion from Barker and Stonehouse is perfect for the job. Its gorgeous, deep blush hue is seriously in vogue right now, and the dip-dyed tassels give just the right amount of detail – they’ll add a bit of interest to your room without overwhelming it.
Picasso War and Peace Framed Print & Mount, £135, John Lewis
When it comes to your home, it can be really tempting to play it safe with wall decor. But, in somewhere like a living room, however, there tends to be ample wall space above sofas, side tables and fireplaces, giving you lots of areas to work with to create a really personal, unique display – so be bold!
A varied look always works well in any room, so try mixing and matching different sized framed prints with some other features. We love the look of this Picasso print from John Lewis, £135, styled next to some hanging ceramic tiles, decorative plaques and garlands.
Rosado Pink Stemless Gin Glasses, £26 for a set of four, Oliver Bonas
Here at YourHomeStyle, we believe that you can never have too many gin glasses – especially when they’re as beautiful as these Rosado stemless versions from Oliver Bonas.
With a retro-inspired, ribbed design and on-trend coral pink colouring, these will make a stylish feature on a cocktail cart or an open kitchen shelf. Plus, thanks to their classic balloon shape, there’s room to fit your favourite tipple with plenty of ice and a garnish… what more could you possibly need!
Festive Foliage Wreath, £26.99, Lakeland
Okay, we know it’s still October, but Christmas is slowly poking its head around the corner, and we just couldn’t resist checking out which festive wreaths the high street has to offer this year.
This festive foliage wreath from Lakeland is one of our favourites so far – it looks so lifelike that you’d be forgiven for thinking it was from an expensive florist!
Wooden Serving Tray, £19.99, HM Home
Nature-inspired schemes are in this autumn, and they’re all about emphasising warm colours and comforting textures to create a calm haven for hibernation. One of the easiest ways to introduce the look into your home is to opt for materials and textures that are traditionally found in rugged British landscapes – think wood, jute, wool and rustic fabrics.
If you like the look of a natural scheme but don’t know where to begin, something like this wooden serving tray is a great place to start – it’s so easy to style on a dining table, and also looks great on a sideboard styled with pillar candles!