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15 Spring High-Street Homeware Buys

Freshen up your home for the new season with these cheerful high street buys.

This year it feels like the annual spring clean is set to be taken up a notch. As we spend more time than ever in our homes, we’ve been forced us to rethink how we use our spaces; kitchen tables have become school desks, spare rooms home offices; and garden terraces al fresco restaurants. If you’re longing to refresh your interiors this season and give your home a lift, we’ve trawled the digital high street to round-up the best new releases this month. From the on-trend to the classic, these are the affordable updates to breathe new life into your four walls.

Main image: Zara Home

By Lydia Mansi
February 2021

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Marks & Spencer

Pure Wool Abstract Rug, £149

A brilliant price for a pure wool rug, this abstract leaf pattern has some of the key colour trends for spring – yellows and terracottas, which you could pick up on in your cushions, curtains and accessories for an instant update.

12-Piece Lemon Dinner Set, £29.50

When life gives you lemons, this perky tableware from M&S is sure to put the zing back in your step.

Shell Bedding Set, from £17.50

Shells are a huge interior trend this year and this nautical bedding set is oh-so smart with its blue and white colour reversible pattern. Great mixed with blonde woods for a fresh, nautical feel.

Anthropologie

Splatterware Vase, £36

Splatterware has been seen across tableware and enamelware for a few seasons now and continues into 2021. This handmade terracotta vase in tonal blues is the perfect vessel for spring blooms.

Art and Kisses Throw, £58

The Hotel Magique x Antropologie collab is nothing short of genius timing wise – a splash of colour, quirky illustrations and just the right amount of fun needed to brighten our homes right now. This graphic cotton throw is perfect for pepping up a neutral bed or sofa.

Woven Leather Journal, £46

If you fancy zhuzhing up your #wfh kit this spring, this woven leather journal is a beautiful addition to any desk. With a zip closure it’s perfect for keeping all your notes and thoughts in one, chic place.

H&M Home

Lace Detail Duvet Cover Set, £39.99

This romantic Parma violet, lace-edged bedding set will imbue your bedroom with a sense of calm; layer with vintage floral prints, for a nostalgic spring feel.

Rattan Basket, £34.99

With everyone at home all the time, storage has become more crucial than ever. Yet practical doesn’t have to mean boring (or devoid of style). These rattan baskets from H&M are perfect for chic organising.

Washed Linen Dressing Gown, £34.99

If your bathroom has become your sanctuary this winter, why not upgrade your linens to spa-level luxe with this 100 per cent linen dressing gown?

Zara Home

Coloured Glassware, from £5.99

Coloured glass is another continuing trend for 2021; get extra points for sustainable recycled glass and mix and match your colours for a fun, eclectic look.

Linen Hemstitched Tablecloth, £69.99

Plant dyes and natural organic hues are a big trend for spring. This beautiful linen tablecloth feels like an heirloom piece for a fraction of the price.

Antique Finish Vase, £29.99

This antique finish vase is a brilliant dupe for a real flea market find.

French Connection Home

Indoor Antique Copper Planter, £45

Bringing the outside in has become a huge trend throughout 2020, as we crave that connection with nature we are all missing. This antique copper planter will be the perfect vessel for your leafy housemates this spring.

Roger Bar Stool, £110

We may not have graced a cocktail bar in a while, but these industrial hair-pin leg bar stools are the perfect addition to your breakfast counter for a substitute homemade tipple.

Sundance Wooden Tray, £35

This hand-carved, mango wood tray is the perfect addition for a calming rustic neutral look. Add to an ottoman or console table for added texture and an artisan feel.

Lydia Mansi

Lifestyle Editor

Lydia is an all-round lifestyle guru, tireless champion of women in business and our resident expert on beauty.

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