Top picks for every homeware aesthetic

From Scandi to Boho, find accessories for any home

Written by Liv Grady

February 18, 2021

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In case you didn’t already know, we have just launched our first ever homeware range, and it has everything you need to create a relaxing and aesthetically pleasing living space. We have teamed up with a number of small businesses, to bring you a curated collection to suit every homeware aesthetic. Take a look at our top picks for every vibe.

If you know you love homeware, but you aren’t sure how to define your aesthetic, we got you covered. Why not take a quick quiz to find out what category your taste falls into?

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Modern is a catch-all phrase that covers a broad range of designs. It usually refers to a home or space that has a monotone colour palette and clean lines. It usually features a lot of glass and metal.

Modern homes are all about simplicity and often don’t have much clutter or excessive decor on surfaces. Take a look at our top picks for a modern homeware aesthetic.

Modern homeware picks


Bohemian homes are pretty eclectic and basically follows the principle of ‘if you like it, buy it’. In a boho home you can usually find a mixture of modern and vintage finds. It’s not unusual to find a 1980s charity shop coffee table, with a modern lamp or candle. Basically anything goes, feel free to clash as your heart desires.

Bohemian homeware picks


Scandinavian design has become a big part of our homeware culture, big homeware stores such as IKEA have had a long-lasting impact on the way we style and build our homes. Scandi designs are created with functionality and simplicity in mind, whilst still feeling artistic and incorpoating interesting lines and shapes.

Common characteristics include white colour palettes, natural wood and pops of colour from accessories such as throws, cushions or ornaments.

Scandi homeware picks


Minimalist homes are not too dissimilar to modern designs, but the theme is often taken one step further. Colours are kept neutral and airy and minimal homes usually stick to streamlined furniture with no flamboyant accessories. Function over everything else.

Minimalist homeware picks