The hottest High Street buys

Nomad meets mid-century modern is a fantastic fresh new look for the home. However, it can be quite a tricky interior to pull off without spending a fortune. So check out my tips for surprisingly affordable on-trend collections from stores near you.

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Interiors inspired by the concept of the ‘global nomad’ or traveller chic will be a big focus this year.

When done well, this must-have eclectic décor trend can spice up a lifeless interior and look effortlessly put together and interesting. And you don’t need a passport to get your hands on the latest looks.

French Connection Home

French Connection Home is an under-rated brand, which can always be relied on to create a carefully edited, cohesive collection West Elm vasesthat is bang on trend. You can achieve the ‘nomad meets industrial chic’ style affordably here and without it being too obviously “themey.”

Some of the cushions in the above project are from there and everyone who sees them loves them. I’d gladly live with many of their things in my own home.

West Elm

For delectable accessories this season, it’s hard to beat West Elm. Their homeware range is lovely and the vases are a particular strength (do remember to them arrange in groups of three, according to your taste and critical eye).

Zara Home

Zara-homeFor bedding, throws and other textiles, do have look at Zara Home. You’ll find beautiful and expensive-looking colour ways for bed linen, cushions, along with brilliant interior accents and details, such as cupboard knobs, water glasses and (my favourite “secret source”) stunning cutlery!

Happy travels and shopping this spring!