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!
Best decor accessories
Sass & Belle Black Mojave Glaze Mug, £9, Missguided
The kitchen is the most hardworking space in our home, and because it’s the place where we cook, eat, and congregate with friends and family, it’s also the place that can look especially tired as a result of daily wear and tear.
The good news is that you don’t have to plan an expensive paint job or remodel to give your kitchen a brand new look – sometimes all it takes is a couple of nice new accessories. These glazed mugs from Missguided’s new homeware collection, for example, will freshen up the your open shelving or home coffee station in no time.
Ash Wood Ladder, £38, Dunelm
Many of us will spend ages choosing fixtures and accessories to create a relaxing bathroom, only to find our retreat haphazardly strewn with damp towels after just a few days.
If this is a scenario you want to avoid, investing in some efficient towel storage is a must. This bathroom storage ladder from Dunelm, for example, is crafted from responsibly sourced Ash wood and has three handy hooks, so you can keep your space looking tidy and organised even when it’s at its busiest.
Large folding basket, £12.99, H&M
Now is the perfect time to start swapping out your winter duvet for some spring and summer bedding, but as British weather can be quite unpredictable, it’s always useful to be prepared for a few chilly evenings as we move through the warmer seasons.
To save yourself having to switch between sets, why not fill a seagrass storage basket with some warm blankets that you can throw over your bed if the weather takes a turn? This basket from H&M is large enough to store a couple of throws at a time and can fold away easily after use.
Maali Handtufted Wool Rug, £349, Made.com
If you don’t have the luxury of a dedicated office or cloffice space, it’s helpful to use décor to distinguish the boundary between your work and leisure space so you can focus in one and relax in the other.
Along with room dividers, rugs are one of the most effective yet budget-friendly zoning solutions as you can use them to map out clear areas in each room. We love this one from Made.com because it’s striking yet simple, and its earth tones do a great job of warming up a pure white or grey living room scheme.
Sunburst Trinket Dish, £14, Anthropologie
We just love these stoneware trinket dishes from Anthropologie – due to their handcrafted nature, each one is slightly different so it’ll be unique to you when you purchase it. They’re perfect thing for storing jewellery on your bedside table or breathing life into your coffee table at springtime… If you do use them on your coffee table, try styling them alongside a wavy ceramic vase full of flowers for a Pinterest-perfecr look.
Vegetable Garden Strawberries Medium Jam Jar With Lid, £29.95, Emma Bridgewater
Whenever Emma Bridgewater releases a new range we rush to add our favourite items to our payday wish list, and the new early summer collection – inspired by the quintessential sights of a British summer – certainly doesn’t disappoint!
Although there are a number of standout pieces in this sunflower and summer fruit-inspired collection, our ultimate favourite has to be the Strawberries storage jar. It’s ideal for storing little kitchen odds and ends, or as a summer-y cutlery pot for an outdoor lunch.