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12 Nov

Your Guide to Highstreet Homeware

The day where I settle down in my very own abode with dreamy interior and handpicked furniture will be a good day. Does anyone else manifest their dream place via Pinterest boards? I’m also guilty of browsing homeware departments, to end up not buying a single thing yet dropping the obligatory “I can’t wait to have my own home to decorate” line. I mean, an Ikea or Homesense trip is my ideal day out- that’s real adulthood. 

Recently I’ve been inspired by the interior décor seen on Instagram and have stumbled upon some incredible home accounts. So today I’m collating my current favourite High Street homeware pieces. 

Here’s my lust list of aesthetic and affordable pieces… 

FRESH BEDDING

White Bedding: £35-45, Matalan  

Waffle Bedding: £30-40, Matalan  

Beige 100% Cotton Bedding: £35-45, Matalan  

SCANDI STORAGE

Bamboo Shelf: £30, Matalan

Black Rattan Contrast Drawers£179, Dunelm 

Wooden and Glass Storage Jars£11.99-19.99, Zara Home 

A TOUCH OF FEMININITY

Brushed Gold Effect Pink Handle Cutlery Set£16, George 

Female Form Candle£24, Caia  

Pink Ottoman Storage Bed£699, Next 

Gold Shell Mug£3, George  

BLACK AND WHITE BEDROOM

Ceramic Face Table Lamp£30, Matalan  

Black Wood Effect Clothes Rail: £35, Argos 

Black Rattan Side Table: £69, Dunelm  

Large Oval Mirror: £100, Dunelm  

VAZZ IT UP

Cermaic Vase: £19.99, H&M 

Ceramic Plant Pot£14.99, H&M 

Bobble Ceramic Planter£15, Matalan  

Rattan Tripod Planter: £20, Matalan  

DREAMY DETAILS

Dried BouquetsFiori Glasgow  

Twist Candle: £26.99, Trouva 

Female Form Candle: £24, Caia  

RATTAN RECEPTION

Rattan Armchair: £90, Ikea  

Rocking Chair: £150, Ikea  

Black Rattan TV Stand£149, Dunelm  

CATWALK COFFEE TABLE

Dior Catwalk Coffee Table Book: £49.99, Zara

Louis Vuitton Catwalk Coffee Table Book: £49.99, Zara

Chanel Catwalk Coffee Table Book: £49.99, Zara

Tori Hartin

Petite Irish girl in Leeds with a penchant for cocktails, coffee and clothes...

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