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 we’ve discovered this week, so you can stay bang on trend… without spending all your post-lockdown funds.
And if you want to get even more decor inspo, click here to see all our past style wishlists.
Novelty planter, £11.00, Argos Home
Polka dots are always in style, so it’s no wonder we’re totally obsessed with this dalmatian-spotted planter from Argos! We love that it combines an on-trend pattern with a splash of pastel colour… fill it with your favourite succulents to brighten up your home!
Blah blah blah print, £10.00, Mint + May
Gallery walls will never be boring again with this bold and bright typographic print from Mint + May. Featuring bubblegum pink and a lipstick red font, it’ll make a statement in any room – literally! Oh, and it’s only £10!
Orange geo shapes throw, £10.00, Wilko
This vibrant orange throw from Wilko will definitely bring a little sunshine to your space! We love the on-trend geometric pattern and contemporary trim. Just drape it over a sofa arm and let it pop!
Seagrass basket, £8, George at Asda
You can never have too many houseplants, especially when they’re styled in incredible boho baskets! We love these stylish seagrass baskets from Asda. They’re great for adding a relaxed vibe to a room and at £8, they’re an absolute steal!
Drinks trolley, £125, Next
Nothing says sophistication like a retro-style drinks trolley, and this one from Next is especially impressive! It features a metallic frame and mirror shelves, so you can display your favourite bottles of tipple with pride. We think it looks incredible styled next to a vintage velvet sofa – add your favourite framed prints for a truly personal touch.
Sleep more sustainably bedding, from £19, Sainsbury’s Home
Super soft? Check! Eco-friendly? Check! You really can’t go wrong with this floral printed bedset from Sainsbury’s home! The soft, cotton-like material is made from recycled bottles, so you can drift off to sleep not only in comfort, but in the knowledge that you’ve done something great for the environment!
Small round planter in pink and orange, £25.00, Curious Makers
Quirky little details truly make a home, and that’s why we’ve fallen in love with this pink and orange planter from Curious Makers. The Liverpool based store sells fun and original homeware from independent makers, and each coloured concrete planter has a unique pattern and texture. Perfect!