We’ve all been spending much more time in our home spaces in the last twelve months but the same scene day in, day out can get a bit repetitive, plus since I’ve not been accessorising my wardrobe, I’ve been focusing on on accessorising my space with the seasons. I like a neutral, grey palette where I can bring in colours with the seasons and easily match out accessorise. I always like to make sure I’m getting bang for my buck, so here is some of my favourite spring homeware pieces, all £35 and under.
Nothing says brighter days are coming like the first glimpse of sunshine, this Hey Sunshine cushion from George at Asda is £8. I love the neutral background with the big, bold colours on it. It’s fun, has a mix of textures which makes it interesting. This will brighten up any space.
They don’t say April showers for nothing and there’s nothing more appealing than snuggling under a blanket on a rainy day. This Flower Super Soft Throw is light yet soft and the pattern is so spring like for only £6. Drape over your bed or at the end of your sofa for a pop of colour.
Sainsbury’s planter game is strong this season. What’s not to love about a faux Cactus in a bright, quirky Blooming Marvellous pot? From Habitat, this will set you back £6 and will liven up any space. If you’re looking for something bigger this Stay Wild Slogan Planter, for £15, is a statement. If you’re looking for something more colourful, this Home Novelty Paint Planter is £11and will liven up your space.
If I want quirky, or colourful, one of my favourite spots is Oliver Bonas who have unique yet stylish pieces all year round. If you’re spring cleaning, and organising your wardrobe this month, why not treat yourself to this bright Green Fabric Wardrobe Hanging Storage. At £35, it’s an investment but not only is it practical if you’re tight on storage, it’s also incredibly colourful and makes me happy just looking at it.
When accessorising a space, I am a big fan of a trinket dish, not only do they look great but they are useful and easily swapped out if you need a refresh. This Gold & Glass Star Trinket Dish from Oliver Bonas is perfect for your coffee or side table. For just £16, fill with flowers, decorative Easter eggs, your keys and even sweeties.
Nothing makes you ready for spring like an injection of greenery into your space. If you want low maintenance, faux flowers are a great way to create that spring bloom look. Primark has introduced faux single flowers into their homeware collection and they are a steal compared to other stores. Averaging £1.50 per stem, some of my favourites are the Dahlia, Eucalyptus and the Mimosa. They also have this Garland With White Flower for £5, which I think would look great wrapped around a mirror.
If I’m looking for prints, Etsy is my first port of call and I came across this London Photography Pink Car Bloom Landscape which I absolutely adore. Starting at £15 depending on your size, I love the bright pop of pink. I also love this Rainbow Balloons London Print which is greyscale at the edges and then goes into a multitude of spring colours. I love that these prints take ordinary. The prints in this store take ordinary photographs, things which aren’t necessarily focal points when you think of London, but take a fresh spin on them which makes them really unique.
I hope you enjoyed reading this post and its given you some inspiration. Please let me know in the comments below if you have found any great spring accessories for your home space.