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!
Anthropologie’s black earthenware Mozu dish can be used as a trinket box or an elegant stand for a candle or reed diffuser, but we think it looks great purely as a decorative item – especially when paired with its white sibling.
The woven-straw handle makes this a wonderful decorative touch for Scandi-style decor, or any scheme based on natural materials.
This week, we learnt that Dulux’s Colour of the Year for 2021 will be Brave Ground. It’s a pale earthy brown associated with calm, grounding vibes. Dulux’s experts reckon it’s exactly what the world needs in these unsettled times – but, on a more practical note, we love that it fits into basically any colour scheme.
Take this large decorative pot from OKA – it’s subtle sand tone means it can sit alongside most other colours, but it’s also large and eye-catching enough to take pride of place as a statement piece.
If you’re a regular reader of the Style Wishlist, you’ll know we can’t get enough Oliver Bonas, and their newest range of wall art is bang on the money.
We especially like the Iro Leaf print (shown above), with its sun-baked pink and orange tones – the ideal artistic accent to a Santa Fe inspired scheme
Emma Bridgewater’s Pink Hearts pattern is the brand’s most instantly recognisable design, so we were really excited to find out they have been working on a new twist on the look – step forward the Pink & Green Hearts collection. A great option if pure pink is a little bit sugary for your decor style, we just can’t get enough of it!
Non-profit Mama Tierra sells unique products created by indigenous artisans in Colombia and Venezuela, reinvesting the profits into the communities. These gorgeous baskets are individually hand-woven by men from the Wayuu people in northern Venezuela using traditional techniques. You can buy them through Wolf & Badger, a selling platform which showcases a range of independent brands.
Deep, dark green velvet is incredibly versatile, adding instant layers of opulence and depth to pretty much any decor scheme. At £35 for two, this pair from Made.com is luxury on a high street budget – and that gold detailing is the icing on the cake!
Brooklyn warehouse style has been with us for a while, but it shows no signs of disappearing anytime soon. Bring the stripped-back look to your lighting with H&M Home’s pendant light – a gorgeous pendant of lightly dimpled glass, fitted to a dark wood plinth perfectly complemented by copper detailing.