If you’re feeling like you’re stuck in a bit of a home decor rut but can’t afford to change your flooring or repaint, you might be surprised to know that the tiniest of touches can make a big difference. When my ‘I’m kind of a big deal on my blog‘ t-shirts arrived from Next, I also got a copy of their spring home catalogues. Admittedly, this was a whole season ago but most of the items are still available.
Red home cushion, £12
Have a white lounge which could do with a splash of colour? This red cushion is super-cute without being too mushy.
Friends doormat, £10
Give yourself a reason to smile every time you walk through the door with this doormat.
Weekly chalkboard planner, £40
Organise your week with this memoboard.
Heart pinboard, £20
Want something a bit more feminine? This heart pinboard will do the trick.
Happy place word, £14
Ah, I can just see this above the fireplace or next to my reading chair…
Hummingbird print bed set, from £25
A new duvet set is the easiest way to change your bedroom style. The best way to do it is to make sure it features a colour that matches your bedside lamps and curtains. A block colour with simple pattern will match most other accessories.
Scroll wood box – set of 2, £35
When it comes to your bathroom, sometimes all it takes is a few minutes of de-cluttering.
The kitchen is my favourite place to accessorise at the moment. I’ve got a bit of an obsession with the hearts range at the moment. I’m hoping it’s subtle enough to meet the boyfriend’s standards. We’ll see…
Love dinner set, £40
Mug tree, £12
How would you make an instant change to your living space?