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From ceramic pasta bowls to glitzy Christmas baubles, these are the top pieces that are on 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 limited edition prints to kitsch coffee cups and handpainted vases, 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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  • Amy Beecham, Digital Writer

    Ichendorf Milano apple glass coffee cup and saucer

    “These Ichendorf Milano coffee cups and saucers are just the right balance of cute and kitsch.

    “The fruit trend is going nowhere for autumn, and you can get your five-a-day in with the apple, blackberry and strawberry decoration options, alongside classic butterflies and leaves.

    “They’re beautifully ornate, but look sturdy enough to last. They’d also make a perfect Secret Santa gift for the coffee-lover in your office.”

    Shop Ichendorf Milano apple glass coffee cup and saucer at Koibird, £19 


  • Jazmin Kopotsha, Acting Executive Editor

    Hartleys 4 panel shabby chic room divider

    “Some might say I’m trying to hide from the mess in my bedroom, others will say that I’m tactically embracing a growing home decor trend by turning one space into two with a cute and practical room divider. Either way, this find is exactly what I’ve been looking for to create some distance between where I sleep and, ahem, the nook I like to read in that has been taken over by laundry.”

    Shop Hartleys 4 panel shabby chic room divider at UFurnish, £89.95


  • Ellie Edwards


    “This beautiful duo of prints makes a thoughtful gift for those you love – keep one for yourself and send the other to a friend. As artist Lucy Mahon puts it, ‘here’s to being reunited’.”

    Shop I’m missing you – limited edition giclee prints, from £70


  • Naomi May, Digital Fashion Writer

    Leopard Print Glitter Glass Bauble

    “Now that my favourite department – Liberty’s Christmas department – is back in business, the top of my homeware wishlist is suddenly dominated by more-is-more glitzy baubles, which will hopefully inject a whole lot of seasonal sparkle into my flat.” 

    Shop Leopard print glitter glass bauble, £5.95


  • Morgan Cormack, Digital Entertainment Writer

    Plissé Electric Kettle

    “Seeing as I basically live off of hot drinks when the temperature drops, I think this sculpted kettle is both a stylish and functional pick. Who said pouring yourself your morning cuppa couldn’t be a stylish affair?”

    Shop Plissé electric kettle, £90


  • Miranda Larbi, Fitness Editor

    “Close to me” bookend vase

    “I’m about to move into the world’s smallest flat so my attention is on finding tiny ways to make the space unique. This Sebastian Sochan bookend is the perfect tool for keeping hoards of books in place and it doubles up as a vase for incense sticks, dried flowers and other objects – keeping clutter and decoration in one place.”

    Shop “Close to me” bookend vase at Sebastian Sochan, £60


  • Alice Porter, The Curiosity Academy Writer

    Thank God for honey plate

    “Sasha Compton is one of my favourite artists and I know this beautiful plate would brighten up my Monday morning breakfasts. Who doesn’t love a bit of poetry with their eggs?”

    Shop the Thank God for honey plate at Sasha Compton, £80


  • Leah Sinclair, Senior Digital Writer

    Desk Tidy

    “My desk is constantly filled with 101 different things and these Mind The Cork containers are a simple yet chic way to keep stationery and various bits and bobs in order!”

    Shop Abeeku cork desk tidy at Mind The Cork, £35


  • Katy Harrington, Acting Deputy Digital Editor

    Dahlia Tablecloth

    “This tablecloth has such a bold and beautiful print it won’t even matter if you spill a few drops of wine or a blob of hummus on it.”

    Shop Avenida Home Dahlia tablecloth at Liberty, £100


  • Kiran Meeda, Digital Lifestyle and Commerce Writer

    Nathalie Lete nature nurture vase

    “Seeing as I spend the majority of my wintertime painstakingly nurturing flowers, I need something equally as mesmerizing to marvel at while I keep at it. This vase, hand-painted in a joy-inducing Sicilian lemon hue is the exact antidote for those dull, lacklustre days.”

    Shop Nathalie Lete nature nurture vase at Anthropologie, £66


  • Annie Simpson, Email Content Editor

    Pasta bowl burnt orange

    “With colder weather here, it’s officially comfort food season. And these Hot Pottery splatter print bowls are perfect for serving up steaming bowls of winter warmers – best eaten on the sofa in front of Netflix, of course.”

    Shop Pasta bowl burnt orange at Hot Pottery, £20


  • Alex Sims, Acting Commissioning Editor

    Beeswax bread bag

    “If you’re a sourdough addict like me, this chic yet practical beeswax bread bag will keep your loaves pillow-soft for longer. You can reuse them again and again AND a tree is planted for every bag sold.”

    Shop Beeswax bread bag at Labour and Wait, £24


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