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The high street interiors buys we’re seeing all over Instagram


By Megan Burns
13th Jul 2020
The high street interiors buys we’re seeing all over Instagram

There’s nothing like seeing a piece in several stylish interiors posts to make you crave it for your own home. 


As we scroll through our Instagram feeds, it’s hard not to notice certain pieces popping up again and again. Maybe it’s a stylish mirror, or a great print.

We’ve searched out some of the ones that keep catching our eye.

This cute plant pot with a coy-looking face design is popping up all over Instagram, and we can see why. Available from H&M, it’s simple enough to fit into any space, but will add a touch of personality. Plant pot with motif, €14.99, H&M.

 

This speckled cake stand has appeared on the feeds of a few very stylish ladies I follow, and has put me in the mood to spend a day making a classic cake, decoration and all. It would look so special at the centre of any table. It’s from the Anthropologie X Skye McAlpine collection.

At €115 it’s not exactly cheap, but that won’t stop me lingering over each post that features it. Skye McAlpine Splatter Cake Stand, €115, Anthropologie.

 

This hanging leather headboard is both rustic and cosy, and will create a good focal point for a bedroom. This style has definitely become more popular recently, and this version is from US company The Citizenry.

It’s handcrafted with vegetable-tanned cow leather ethically sourced from Alcanena, Portugal. Hanging leather headboard, around €612, The Citizenry.

 

Globe lights add a simple, soft glow to a space, and this little one is a design feature in its own right. It may look expensive, but it’s actually from Ikea, so it’s a low-budget way to update any space. Fado table lamp, €15, Ikea.

 

This gorgeous bedside table has a rattan panel that’s very on-trend and is everyone’s favourite material at the moment. Its natural finish, however, means it will never look dated. Oak bedside table, €213.99, La Redoute.

A simple set of dining chairs is something that will be at the centre of everything from breakfasts to dinner parties, so you want to make sure that they’re a design you love. These sleek ones have been spotted across Instagram, so it seems there’s plenty of people who have fallen in love with them. Set of two Yaunti dining chairs, €199, Made.

Featured image: @lareesecraig, headboard from Made.


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