You don’t need to spend a fortune to bring a little joy to your living space, and with January’s tightly belt being more tightly cinched, what better time than for us to trawl the Internet for you to bring you 40 affordable interiors updates all under £100?
January’s new year, new me mood has us wanted to switch up our interiors aesthetic without unmanageable price tags or too much commitment. The high street is the obvious choice when it comes to bargains – Zara Home, H&M and M&S, we’re looking at you – but don’t overlook the wealth of independent names and curated boutiques out there for easy updates or smaller pieces that are going to add to the charm of your home.
Brands like Glassette stock some of the most exciting home and lifestyle names of the moment, from Minni May Scott’s ceramics to Coco & Wolf’s charming table linens. Top of our wish list is Rebecca Udall’s Rattan Breakfast Tray which is going to make Sunday coffees and papers in bed all the more chic. Whilst Alice Palmer’s fun Rhubarb Stripe Tissue Box Cover takes something utterly mundane and makes it sing. We love it next to the side of the bed or on a hallway console for a practical but style-savvy touch.
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Our Picks of Affordable Interiors
Add a little fun to your bedroom walls with Hôtel Magique's 'Wake Up, No Thank You' prints. We'll be subscribing to the later until January's through.
Addison Ross have taken their playful use of colour to the kitchen with these statement making glossy salt and pepper grinders. Whether you shop one for yourself or buy as a gift for a foodie friend, be quick before your favourite colour sells out. Our votes on coral pink.
Bring new life to a tired sofa or boring bed space with Rose & Grey's Amuse La Bouche cushions. From candy cane striped red to seersucker pale pink and sage, all with an on-trend frilled edge, they're an easy update for the affordable interiors commitment phobe.