Ok so the weather might not be playing ball but Spring is definitely on it’s way. Or at least it is on the high street!
So many stores have started dropping their Spring collections and I’m loving seeing what’s out there at the moment.
I always start to crave home updates around this time of year too – I think it’s because I’ve spent so many months snuggled under blankets feeling all hygge, and now my body wants a change. I want to open the windows, have a big spring clean and update our home!
That being said we are on a super tight budget, especially with the imminent arrival of our little one so I cant go crazy. That’s why all of the pieces I’ve shared are budget friendly too.
1. Coastal Walk Scented Candle from Marks & Spencers 2. Modena Gold Block Frame from Oliver Bonas 3. Leon Dinner Plate from John Lewis 4. Livslang Vase from Ikea 5. Lagom: The Swedish art of balanced living by Linnea Dunne 6. Home Sweet Home Cushion from George at Asda 7. Patterned duvet cover set from H&M Home.
Some of my favourite home ware stores are high-street stores such as H&M and Oliver Bonas.
And I’m always spotting little pieces that I like when doing my food shop in Tesco or Asda too. Even Lidl and Aldi occasionally have some fantastic home ware pieces in their mysterious middle aisles.
Luckily, as well as stocking some lovely bits, they are all budget friendly stores too, which makes it easy to add instant updates to your home for less.
We recently received a John Lewis voucher so think I may treat us to some new bits and pieces from the home – if not I will end up buying more baby clothes ha!
Other ways to inject spring into your home on a budget:
Fresh Flowers or plants – nothing says spring like a bunch of daffodils or tulips. And having plants in the house is healthy too!
Spring Clean – this time of year I love doing a deep clean and de-clutter
Fresh Air – Ok so maybe not whilst we have snow (!) but throwing open the windows or back door and letting the fresh air in will instantly perk up your home
Upcycle – I’m big on reducing waste so I love an upcyling project. Even something so simple as turning an old sauce jar into a new vase.
How do you inject Spring into your home?