14 pieces that are on top of Team Stylist’s interiors wishlists (and they're all under £100)

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From cushions to crockery, these are the pieces that are top of team Stylist’s wishlists.

The interiors sphere is hardly short on brands crafting cult-status products; if it’s not Anissa Kermiche’s lusted-after vases, it’s Camille Charriere’s homeware debut in collaboration with Laetitia Rouget, which struggled to stay in stock.

But sometimes, on the off-chance you’re looking for something a little off-the-beaten-homewares-track, it can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Even hours spent scouring the internet can leave you coming up short on new and quirky interiors pieces to *add to basket now* and add to your home shortly after. 

Which is why we’ve taken it upon ourselves to round up the homeware pieces that are currently topping team Stylist’s wishlists. There’s a little quirky something for everybody, from kaleidoscopic cushions to Italian ceramics and handwoven fans and we guarantee you’ll be left wanting it all. Now all that’s left to do is race you to the checkout… 

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  • Alyss Bowen, social media editor

    Hay outline cushion

    “I am seriously lusting after all of Hay’s cushions, but particularly the blue and orange number. The colours are divine together and it’s made from the softest velvet which makes it perfect for naps on the sofa.”

    Shop Hay outline cushion at Article London, £49


  • Meeka McKenzie, social media assistant

    Felie Carmel vase

    “I love these Felie vases, which are all designed in London, because they look like sculptures and would make for a nice addition to any coffee table.” 

    Shop Felie Carmel vase, £60


  • Kitty McGee, executive fashion director

    Bettina Ceramica Gigli jug

    “Italian ceramics are the crème de la crème, from tableware and vases to candlesticks and playful decorative pieces with history and so much charm. I want everything from new homeware label Bettina Ceramica, but firstly this beautiful wavy jug, which acts as a brilliant vase and centrepiece, too.”

    Shop Bettina Ceramica Gigli jug, £75


  • Katy Harrington, acting deputy digital editor

    Large world map print

    “I’ve just moved into what one would call a granny flat but I’m ostentatiously calling ‘The Annex’ and I need to fill my bare walls with beautiful things on a budget. This impressive world map is nearer the top end of my budget but I love maps, it provides a subtle splash of colour to the walls and is educational too. Now I can gaze at it and dream up travel bucket list destinations.”

    Shop large world map print at Etsy, £81


  • Chloe Gray, senior fitness writer

    Made.com Holgate laundry basket

    “I’m moving so I want things that are practical and nice in equal measure for my new room and, because my current laundry basket isn’t worth taking, I found this one and thought ‘Well, why not make laundry a feature?’ Unfortunately for me, my new flat is much more beautiful, but much less practical in terms of storage.”

    Shop Made.com Holgate laundry basket, £49


  • Lauren Geall, junior digital writer

    Ruut Home Mykonos pot

    “I’m a big fan of adding pops of colour to the home using accessories and decorative objects, so this marbled blue plant pot from Ruut Home ticks all my boxes. I love the way the colour of the pot complements the green of the plant’s leaves, and the accompanying saucer will make watering a breeze. Plus, buying a pot gives me an excuse to add another plant to my growing collection – what’s not to love?”

    Shop Ruut Home Mykonos pot, £22


  • Gemma Crisp, e-mail and commerce content director

    Shell Flower tea towel

    “What’s better than Matisse-style cut-outs? Matisse-style cut-outs that have the pleasing addition of googly eyes, making this tea towel – created in collaboration with illustrator Suzie Winsor – one of the cutest homeware buys I’ve seen. I’d be tempted to frame it as a piece of art, but dark-coloured tea towels are my kitchen secret weapon as they don’t get grubby as quickly as pale ones. Maybe I’ll buy two… ”

    Shop Shell Flower tea towel, £12


  • Alex Sims, The Curiosity Academy editor

    Léa Dalissier Pablo pot

    “I don’t own a single houseplant, but I would head out to B&Q in a heartbeat and buy its entire fern selection just to display these beautiful plant pots in my flat. Jorelle is a small south-east London based studio that collaborates with local artists to create its beautiful bespoke pots. All the brand’s designs are exquisite with unique handcrafted finishes, but it’s the designs by Lea Dalissier that I find totally irresistible. I love their rich colours and Leonora Carrington-meets-Elle Decoration surrealist vibe.”

    Shop Léa Dalissier Pablo pot at Jorelle, £47


  • Lucy Robson, head of SEO

    Fanclub California Dreaming print

    “I absolutely adore these 60s and 70s-inspired retro giclée prints from British female-owned brand Fanclub. Born from the bedroom of two sisters, who design, pack and ship every product from ethically sourced material, their cool, abstract designs include lyrics from iconic song titles from the likes of Patti Smith, Stevie Nicks and Bob Dylan. If you twisted my arm, I would have to choose the Mamas & Papas California Dreaming print, as we could all do with a bit of West Coast sunshine in our lives right now, am I right?”

    Shop Fanclub California Dreaming print at Wolf & Badger, £28


  • Hanna Ibraheem, senior beauty writer

    Zara Home watermelon jug

    “I’m a sucker for hand-painted designs and this watermelon jug has my heart. It would add a fun, summery pop of colour to my dining table set-up and, when not in use, look cute on an exposed shelf.”

    Shop Zara Home watermelon jug, £29.99


  • Naomi May, digital fashion writer

    La Basketry handwoven fan

    “My flat is a furnace which is wonderful in winter, but decidedly sweatier during the summer. The contraption which has made my life considerably easier? This handwoven fan, courtesy of La Basketry, has made my life easier and remarkably cooler.”

    Shop La Basketry handwoven fan, £16


  • Billie Bhatia, fashion features editor

    Anna + Nina pistachio ceramic candle holder

    “Candlesticks are my kryptonite. Over the last 12 months I have amassed a hefty glass-based collection but now I am steering my attention towards ceramic candlesticks. I’m a big fan of Amsterdam-based lifestyle brand Anna + Nina, they always deliver on lust-worthy pieces that don’t break the bank. Adding this perfectly imperfect pistachio ceramic candle holder to bag immediately.”

    Shop Anna + Nina pistachio ceramic candle holder at Liberty London, £39.95


  • Jazmin Kopotsha, acting executive editor digital

    Olivia’s Roebuck gallery window pane mirror

    “I’ve been on the hunt for a beautiful and decorative mirror to pop in the hallway, as I don’t get any natural light through it. So, as I pre-emptively brace myself for the return of darker evenings, I’m hoping this ethereal gem will brighten up this tricky space in my flat.”

    Shop Olivia’s Roebuck gallery window pane mirror, £83


  • Amy Beecham, freelance writer

    Bloomingville Sandrine wine cooler

    “When we couldn’t go out to restaurants during lockdown, I invested in a lot of homeware pieces that could make normal meal times feel fancy and indulgent (think candle sticks and classy coupe glasses). This Scandinavian-inspired stoneware cooler is next on my list and perfect for keeping my favourite crisp white wine cool all summer long.”

    Shop Bloomingville Sandrine wine cooler at Nordic Nest, £40


Images: courtesy of brands.

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