It's official, the new year is here. And what better time to start thinking about little updates that you can make to your home? From fresh new prints to unique objects, details matter and can make or break a space. But there's no need to spend a pretty penny when it comes to styling your abode. Here are 14 items under $25 that you should get your mitts on ASAP.
Make a blank space pop with a large photographic print. Society6 is great for scouring out new talent and original pieces like this retro motel snap. For an individual look, hang with bulldog clips so you can quickly swap it out for fresh inspiration.
So your New Year's resolution is to be more efficient? We hear you. Time is of the essence and this hourglass from Hay will help you stay on track. Pop it on your desk to manage your time in 15-minute intervals. Bonus: It will add a hint of subtle sophistication to your workspace.
A new year calls for a new pillow cover and this embroidered canvas number is an affordable twist on the typical Moroccan berber rug. Freshen up white bed linen with just one of these patterned pillows, or mix and match on your sofa for a bohemian look.
This vintage military-inspired laundry bag will add a utilitarian touch to your bathroom or bedroom and can be hung on doors or effortlessly slouched against a wall. Made from a durable, heavyweight cotton weave, this berry tone is right on trend for 2019 and will hide a number of sins while you're busy with other tasks.
These dainty porcelain dishes are inspired by worldly patterns from Mali to Marrakech, and are just right for rings, bracelets, or spare change. Place one on your bedside table for a functional yet aesthetically pleasing addition.
Organic pots with interesting textures became increasingly popular in 2018, but this unusual piece is ahead of the game. The handmade glazed earthenware in a natural shade has been combined with rattan, ticking two huge trends off the list for the new year.
Hands up if you're guilty of not having a sugar bowl. This tiny ceramic container means business when it comes to afternoon tea, so don't get caught entertaining guests without one. And it even comes with a wooden lid and matching ceramic spoon.
Good glassware is certainly a staple in any home, but that doesn't mean you have to go traditional. These simple stemless wine glasses are stackable, easy to store, and ideal for get-togethers. We think they look a whole lot more expensive than they are and will take up less space in your cabinets or on your swanky bar cart.
Eat your heart out Picasso! Abstract faces are another big hitter, and this porcelain plate is a great way to integrate the trend into your home decor. You can be a maximalist or a minimalist with this one, and if you're feeling really brave, there's a matching cup, too.
Bowls aren't just for holding fresh fruit. We urge you to experiment with your decor this year. Add a three-dimensional point of interest to your hallway by using a woven bowl as a wall hanging. This one is handcrafted by artisans in Uganda using carefully dyed raffia and sweetgrass.
Protect that coffee table with this slick set of black and white coasters. Stackable and elegant, the contrasting matte enamel will bring an effortlessly cool vibe to your living room. Place a candle on top of them when not in use.