11 home buys that are topping Team Stylist’s February interiors wishlist

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From eye-catching prints to clever storage, these are the pieces on Team Stylist’s wishlist this month.

If you’re on the hunt for brilliant, affordable interiors buys to freshen up your space ahead of spring, look no further – Team Stylist has got you covered. 

February means ever-so-slightly lighter mornings and evenings (hey, we’ll cling on to whatever sunlight we get) but temperatures are still low, meaning we’re embracing hibernation mode and cuddling up with cosy new bedding and blankets. 

For a dose of winter decor inspiration, these are the homeware items under £100 that we currently have our eyes on, from eye-catching prints and a statement platter to a scented candle that’s oh-so practical. 

Happy shopping!

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  • Arket printed cushion cover

    Team Stylist’s top interior buys under £100

    “If anyone knows me, they know I love a little monochromatic moment, and this Arket printed cushion is the perfect graphic print that will stand out in my home while adding to the minimalist style I love.”
    Leah Sinclair, senior digital writer

    Shop Arket printed cushion cover, £35


  • Ellen Merchant ‘Marigold’ framed print and mount

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “I just love London-based artist Ellen Merchant’s botanical prints. She does beautiful hand-drawn art prints (this one is sold out almost everywhere) as well as wallpaper and textiles.”
    Kitty McGee, executive fashion director

    Shop Ellen Merchant ‘Marigold’ framed print and mount at John Lewis, £75


  • The White Company Kara hemp Oxford pillowcase

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “I’m out here trying to live my best cottagecore life and linen bedding (and curtains for that matter) is where my mind’s at right now. The White Company’s 52% linen 48% hemp ruffled Oxford border pillowcases are exactly what I need to complete the look in my bedroom.”
    Felicity Thistlethwaite, digital content director

    Shop The White Company Kara hemp Oxford pillowcase, £48


  • Liberty raddichio oval platter

    Team Stylist’s best interiors buys under £100

    “I feel most grown-up when I’m having friends over for dinner, and serving anything on a platter this pretty says ‘I’ve got my life together’ – even if you haven’t.”
    Meena Alexander, features editor

    Shop Liberty raddichio oval platter, £56


  • Ikea Nissafors trolley

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “I’ve decided February is going to be a big month for making the home my partner and I moved into in October feel a bit more luxurious. This trolley from Ikea is top of my list. I have a vision of creating a dedicated coffee and matcha station in our kitchen, and I think the matte black metal and angular design of this trolley makes it super chic – and versatile enough to go with the kitchen, whatever colour we finally agree to paint the walls. Plus if my vision doesn’t work, I can just move it to the bathroom and deck it out with oils and face masks for full spathroom vibes.”
    Ellen Scott, deputy digital editor

    Shop Ikea Nissafors trolley, £30


  • Diptyque odour-removing candle with basil

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “I know a candle isn’t the most imaginative, but cooking and living in a small space isn’t great when it’s too cold to open the windows. Who knew Diptyque also sold really useful items!”
    Tom Gormer, deputy editor

    Shop Diptyque odour removing candle with basil, £54


  • James & May Illusion wool blanket

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “While the recent change in temperatures is certainly a great sign that spring is finally on the way, a lifetime of living in the UK has taught me that you can never be too optimistic when it comes to the weather. So throughout February, March and perhaps even all the way to May, you’ll find me underneath this soft and warming lambswool blanket.”
    Amy Beecham, digital writer

    Shop James & May Illusion wool blanket, £60


  • Oliver Bonas Ida blue ceramic soap dispenser

    Team Stylist’s top interiors picks under £100

    “I have been trying to make the switch to refills across the board, but a sea of glass bottles and jars – while eco-friendly – can feel a little boring sometimes. You better believe, then, that I’m in love with this seriously cute ceramic soap dispenser. Here’s hoping it adds a little cottagecore magic to my bathroom.” 
    Kayleigh Dray, digital editor-at-large

    Shop Oliver Bonas Ida blue ceramic soap dispenser, £16.50


  • Hebe Studios ‘You Make Things Not Succulent’ art print

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “I’ve been a fan of Rhi James’s Hebe Studio for a while, and ever since I started looking for artwork to spruce up my desk area, I’ve had my eye on this adorable shelf print. I love all the detail it contains when you look just a little bit closer – from the little art pieces to the pint-sized plants.”
    Lauren Geall, digital writer

    Shop Hebe Studios ‘You Make Things Not Succulent’ art print at Iamfy, £23


  • Oliver Bonas Bobbin yellow wooden desk and table lamp

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “I love this mustard bobbin lamp. I’m not great with colour in my home, so adding rich tones like this yellow adds the colour pop my house needs.”
    Polly Knight, style director

    Shop Oliver Bonas Bobbin yellow wooden desk and table lamp ,£98


  • Dunelm toadstool storage basket

    Team Stylist’s top interiors buys under £100

    “Storage that’s stylish? The dream combination for my toddler’s bedroom.”
    Alix Walker, editor

    Shop Dunelm toadstool storage basket, £55


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