We’ve all been spending more time at home lately. As a result, those bare walls and lacklustre room layouts may have become more noticeable than ever. Well, there’s no need to shy away from showing off your décor on those Zoom calls, thanks to our top home accessories.

With these stylish additions, you can get ahead of the curve. Here are some of the best gifts for the home to help you get ready for the top interior design trends 2021.

Cushions in Ocean Blue Hues

Chic, calming and effortlessly contemporary, 2021 is set to see ocean hues become hugely popular. Rather than getting the paint out, an effortless way to bring your interior up to date is with soft furnishings and accent cushions.

The Fishpools range of blue cushions will give your lounge that relaxed beachfront vibe. Throw a few onto your sofa, sink back and feel like your drifting away into relaxation.

Global Inspired Table Lamps

2020 may have seen you having to cancel your travel plans but 2021 will welcome Global Inspired design trends. Think mixing earthy shades with natural textures and characterful items. This warm and charming approach to décor will overtake the cooler grey trend of the past but you don’t have to take your interior room on a globe-trotting adventure to adopt it.

Decorative home accessories make the ideal on trend gift. A well chosen table lamp can subtly transform any space, literally illuminating your interiors. Go for one with an ethnic inspiration, whether it’s boasting a gold metallic finish, textured base or statement shape.

Industrial Art and Timepieces

Open plan living spaces particularly benefit from the metallic tones and clean lines of industrial design. This is another interior trend pegged to be big in 2021, with pictures and clocks providing an easy way to inject some industrial elegance.

When choosing wall prints, go abstract and opt for gold and silver colour palettes. For wall clocks, exposed cogs and metalwork are ideal for pulling this look off with flair.

Reclaimed Wooden Mirrors

Sustainable fashion has boomed in recent years, with an ethical approach to interior design enjoying a spotlight in 2021. Materials such as wood are replacing plastics and wall mirrors can provide the ideal opportunity to showcase this sustainable material.

Opting for a mirror with a frame from reclaimed wood will not only look great in your home but is great for the environment too. Combine two 2021 design trends by picking a light wood grain.

Fuss-Free Faux Plants

House plants add a sense of freshness and vibrancy to the home. However, there’s nothing sadder than realising you forgot to water them and you’re now left with a brown and wilting lifeless plant.

Thankfully, you can enjoy all the aesthetics of bringing the outdoors in without any of the hassle. Our collection of realistic faux plants come in a range of design, making them a fantastic pick when choosing gifts for the home.