7 statement accessories we’re loving for under £20
June 3, 2020
Amp up your home with statement accessories for less than £20. Here are a few of our favourites.
There’s no need to spend a fortune on decorative pieces for your home. Here’s our edit of current favourites that are all under £20!
Add a subtle and romantic glow to your living space with this beautiful rattan lantern. Simply pop a tealight in the bottom and use to bring a calming ambience to your home.
Image: Oliver Bonas
Fresh flowers make any space feel alive so picking statement vases for them to go in can make even more of a feature. House individual stems in this unique bud vase from Oliver Bonas. Place on a windowsill or on a mantelpiece to let it truly shine.
Image: George Home
Luxe up your kitchen with a new cutlery set. This brushed gold-effect set from George Home is gorgeous and looks much more expensive than it is. We’re sure that it will suit most dinner sets and kitchen colour scheme.
Choose handpainted ceramics for a fun and unique feel. A jug like this one from Matalan is super versatile, and can be used both as a vase for your favourite flowers or for serving water at a dinner party.
Image: John Lewis & Partners
If you lean towards bright colours and bolder design choices then extend this sense of personal style out into your garden. Choose waterproof cushions that will jazz up a plain furniture set, such as this graphic patterned one from John Lewis & Partners.
Image: Dowsing & Reynolds
Don’t underestimate the power of plants! Choosing a larger artificial plant, like this fiddle leaf fig plant is a great idea for styling up a plain corner in your home. Pop it in one of your favourite plant pots and you’re good to go.
Image: H&M Home
Figurative homewares are so popular right now and this monochrome face motif pot satisfies this trend perfectly. Use to display your favourite indoor plant or to house your keys and essentials. Why not get crafty and give painting your own a go?
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