Style wishlist: 24th July

Every week, we round up our favourite new homeware discoveries - read on to see what we're loving!

Style wishlist: 24th July

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!

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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!

Mini marble chopping board, £10.95, Hudson Home

Mini marble chopping board, £10.95, Hudson Home
Mini marble chopping board, £10.95, Hudson Home

As any interior enthusiast knows, marble accessories are perfect for adding an element of understated luxury to your home. They look expensive but not garish, and can give your interior a timeless feel, to boot. This mini marble chopping board from Hudson Home is a great addition to a kitchen – it’s perfect for serving nibbles when guests visit, and can be styled with a candle and vase of peonies when it’s not in use.

Daphne Fray Linen Cushion, £36, The French Bedroom Company

Daphne Fray Linen Cushion, £36, The French Bedroom company
Daphne Fray Linen Cushion, £36, The French Bedroom company

The French Bedroom Company is known for its Parisian-chic accessories, and their Daphne Cushion is the epitome of laid-back Gallic style. The stonewash linen finish is great for layering against crisp white bedding – the relaxed texture creates a laid-back, homely vibe, while the nude pink shade adds a touch of sophistication.

Maddison Nesting Coffee Tables, £299, Cult Furniture

Maddison Nesting Coffee Tables, £299, Cult Furniture
Maddison Nesting Coffee Tables, £299, Cult Furniture

Nesting tables aren’t just stylish, they’re practical too. Space-saving yet glam, these ones from Cult Furniture give us West Elm vibes on a budget – you can use them as a side table, an end table or a coffee table, and they look incredible on top of a boho-inspired rug.

Orbital Floor Lamp, £120, Very

Orbital Floor Lamp, £120, Very
Orbital Floor Lamp, £120, Very

Forget quiet, minimalist designs – we love lighting that makes a statement, and this orbital lamp from Very is just the job. Its effortlessly stylish design takes inspiration from spotlights, and it has a hinge feature that allows you to focus the light on a specific point in your room – great for illuminating a gloomy corner!

Ruby Black And White Spotted Vase, £30.00, Habitat

Ruby Black And White Spotted Vase, £30.00, Habitat
Ruby Black And White Spotted Vase, £30.00, Habitat

As prints go, it doesn’t get more classic than polka dot. We’re loving this black and white spotted vase from Habitat – it’s great for injecting some personality into an otherwise minimalist, monochrome scheme.

Dunelm Apartment Arch Wall Mirror, £50, Ufurnish

Dunelm Apartment Arch Wall Mirror, £50, Ufurnish
Dunelm Apartment Arch Wall Mirror, £50, Ufurnish

We all know that cleverly placed mirrors can make our homes feel lighter, brighter and more spacious, and this Dunelm arch mirror, available via new shopping platform Ufurnish, is perfect for the job. It’s been specially designed for apartments, so it leans on walls and cleverly reflects light around your space.

If arches aren’t your thing, Ufurnish also stocks a chic rectangular version – just type what you’re after and it’ll show you thousands of styles from hundreds of well-known brands, all in one place.

A2 Original Marbled Print, £55, Nat Maks

A2 Original Marbled Print, £55, Nat Maks
A2 Original Marbled Print, £55, Nat Maks
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This beautiful original print was made using the traditional Japanese art of suminagashi – a ‘floating ink’ technique where colours are placed on the surface of water and slowly expand to create a one of a kind, striking marbled motif. This print is certainly attention grabbing – style it on a mantelpiece in a chic white frame, or hang it in a hallway to make a punchy, vibrant statement.