Style wishlist: 8th January

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

Daisies Tufted Bath Mat, £29.00, Urban Outfitters

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!

Sol Ceramic Teapot, £38, Oliver Bonas

Sol Ceramic Teapot, £38, Oliver Bonas
Sol Ceramic Teapot, £38, Oliver Bonas

January has well and truly arrived, and with many of us stuck inside our homes for the foreseeable future, it’s never been more important to inject some much needed sunshine into our homes.

If your décor is in need of a little lift, you can’t go wrong with this ceramic teapot from Oliver Bonas. Featuring green and amber palm trees with shiny gold accents, it’ll bring a touch of paradise into your winter home. Fancy going all out? Style it alongside the matching mugs for a truly tropical display.

Kuro Ceramic & Jute Decorative Vase, £38, La Redoute

Kuro Ceramic & Jute Decorative Vase, £38, La Redoute
Kuro Ceramic & Jute Decorative Vase, £38, La Redoute

We’ve spent more time indoors than ever in 2020, so it’s no surprise if mess, clutter, dust and dirt have been a constant battle. If you’ve decided to embark on some New Year cleaning, make sure you don’t forget to add the finishing touches!

A big bunch of fresh flowers in a shiny new vase will lift your space and do wonders for your mood. We particularly love this one from La Redoute – it’s subtle, but great for brightening up a coffee table!

Viridiana Onyx Small Cake Stand, £56.00, Anthropologie

Viridiana Onyx Small Cake Stand, £56.00, Anthropologie
Viridiana Onyx Small Cake Stand, £56.00, Anthropologie

Whether it’s sage, olive or lime, green is set to be the kitchen colour of 2021. But, if the thought of bright emerald tiles or pistachio paint scares you, there are ways you can dip your toe into the trend without committing to a full renovation.

These swirling onyx cake stands, for example, are perfect for adding a subtle splash of green into your kitchen without taking over. Use them to show off your latest baking creations or display your favourite treats!

Bottle Foliage Garden, £35, M&S

Bottle Foliage Garden, £35, M&S
Bottle Foliage Garden, £35, M&S

National houseplant week is just around the corner, so there really is no better time to treat yourself to some new indoor foliage.

This stylish ‘bottle garden’ from M&S makes a showstopping centrepiece on a dining table or looks great on a kitchen island. Look after it by keeping the compost moist, and simply repot the contents when the plants outgrow the container!

Daisies Tufted Bath Mat, £29.00, Urban Outfitters

Daisies Tufted Bath Mat, £29.00, Urban Outfitters
Daisies Tufted Bath Mat, £29.00, Urban Outfitters

This year’s hottest bathroom décor is all about Instagram friendly features – think statement accessories, bold colours and attention-grabbing fixtures.

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If you’re looking to get on board with the social-inspired trend, this flower power bathmat from Urban Outfitters is the perfect accessory to start with… the pastel tones look especially great in a monochrome scheme.