11 under-£100 buys that are on Team Stylist’s interiors wishlists for October

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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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  • Alice Porter, The Curiosity Academy writer

    Sadie and Flo retro holiday print

    “We’re only a few days into autumn but I’m already missing hot girl summer. This print epitomises everything I love about summer and I know it will remind me that warmer days are coming on those dreary, dark winter nights.”

    Shop Sadie and Flo retro holiday print, £15


  • Katy Harrington, acting deputy digital editor

    Arket Artist Edition stackable storage boxes

    “I need storage solutions right now and these Arket stackable boxes are the cutest. They are illustrated by artist and author Nina Chakrabarti and are great for chucking toiletries or cables and chargers into.”

    Shop Arket Artist Edition stackable storage boxes, £19


  • Gemma Crisp, e-mail and commerce content director

    La Lumiere Studio Laurie lamp

    “Ever since I spotted La Lumiere Studio’s colourful string lampshades and restored vintage bases on my Instagram feed, I’ve been coveting one – and now that the brand has launched its online shop, matching one of the graphic shades with its forever base is at the top of my payday wishlist. I love the technicolour combinations that will brighten up dreary autumn/winter days in more ways than one”

    Shop La Lumiere Studio Laurie lamp, from £75


  • Kayleigh Dray, digital editor-at-large

    Made.com Rocoto cotton duvet cover

    “When autumn rolls around, I always want to transform the bedroom into the cosiest space possible, and the colours in this duvet set really make the most of the season’s golden hour before bed.”

    Shop Made.com Rocoto cotton duvet cover, £45


  • Meeka Mackenzie, social media assistant

    Felie Carmel vase

    “I love these Félie vases, which are all designed in Essex by the founder of Felicidécor, because they’re beautiful décor pieces that look like sculptures and would make for a nice addition to any coffee table or space.”

    Shop Félie Carmel vase, £70


  • Kitty McGee, executive fashion director

    Rosi de Ruig Joy of Print mint lamp

    “Now it’s getting dark earlier, I’m loving cosy evenings in and have become obsessed with lighting and all of the incredible lamp bases and shades available from independent designers at the moment. Lamp LDN in Peckham sells Rosi de Ruig’s beautiful glossy lamp bases and various decorative printed and marbled shades.”

    Shop Rosi de Ruig Joy of Print mint lamp, £80


  • Naomi May, digital fashion writer

    Second Abode Bristol blue glass goblet

    “Eighteen months on from the start of the pandemic and I’ve consumed so much chianti and nero d’avola that I’m practically a sommelier. But my transparent Ikea glasses are lacking a bit, so I’ll be upgrading to these vintage cobalt blue numbers which will add a splash of colour to my kitchen shelves and my tablescape.”

    Shop Second Abode Bristol blue glass goblet, £30


  • Miranda Larbi, Strong Women editor

    Emma Bridgewater Wild Mushrooms bowl

    “Autumn is a spectacular season with colours that don’t exist any other time of the year. This wild ‘shroom bowl to me is a celebration of the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.”

    Shop Emma Bridgewater Wild Mushrooms bowl at Liberty London, £39.95


  • 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


  • Chloe Gray, senior fitness writer

    The Glass Studio Cassandra’s Friend glass tumbler

    “Now that I’ve moved into my new house, I’m looking to swap out my old Ikea glassware for cool and colourful tumblers and glasses.”

    Shop The Glass Studio Cassandra’s Friend glass tumbler at Liberty London, £48


  • 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


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