HOW TO TRANSFORM YOUR ROOM FROM BORING TO BOUGIE | Affordable Homeware

What do you get when you combine cash, a little bit of inspo and an adorable homeware site called Chickadee?

The answer is a super cute room.

In the past year I have undeniably elicited my fair share of homeware (I did not plan for that to rhyme...) and along the way, explicitly expressed my love for it via Instagram.

This time, the tables have turned and I'm going to be giving you guys the rundown on two hidden gems have been scurrying the breadth of the world wide web...

You've already lived to long with out these two beauts in your life - let's just delve right in!

Gold Wire Magazine Holder & Handle - Chickadee 
If I had a streak with how many days I've woken up and straight up RE-FALLEN in love all over again with this magazine holder...I think it's safe to say we'd be surpassing every Snapchat users ultimate record!

I mean, just look at it...





P.S: ++ Bonus Bougie points if you throw in an issue of Vogue!


The versatility of this homeware staple is also second to none - in the words of Chickadee -  this unique piece looks 'Stylish when stood and fabulous when flat'. 

And it's true. 

It really does.

Primark Artificial Plant  (in the previous photos above!)
It's mandatory that for a healthy diet 'we get our greens', right? 

Well, it's also compulsory that we include greens for igniting a warm and cosy ambience.

Plants really do make a room. And if you can find artificial ones that look just as real for as little as £8, why not?


Thank you so much for reading! I'd love to hear your new favourite homeware picks!


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4 comments

  1. Cute post! I'm currently looking to redo my room and I'm always looking for new ideas

    Kayla
    Sheer Beauty Blog

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  2. I love finding affordable plants to decorate my room, they really make the place look stylish even though everything was budget friendly. x

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