11 Vogue-approved interior purchases for every budget

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You’re Coming Home With Me is your weekly roundup of the best interior buys to add to your home inspiration inspiration board, curated by British Vogue.

If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that there really is no place like home. We’ve followed home improvement Instagram accounts, created endless Pinterest boards, scoured the internet for the best vintage bargains, and flipped through stacks of magazines for inspiration. And whether you’re looking for a little pick-me-up or looking to completely redo your home, the purchases below have been hand-picked by Vogue editors (and interior enthusiasts) to help you along. your research.

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For the ceramic lover

What do you get the person who already has a large collection of ceramics? An Elin Hughes ship, of course. The pieces apparently put together by the “clay choreographer” have the charm of a DIY pottery class project, but without leaks. These are unique pieces, so be quick.

Strawberry container Elin Hughes

For the hostess

If “tablescaping” is on your list of skills to perfect, don’t skimp on the details. The Arket napkin ring will add a splash of color to any plate. Just keep them out of reach of little hands – they’re not restless spinners.

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For the vintage collector

Vintage lovers, listen up: have you scoured the entire Facebook Marketplace? Don’t worry, because Etsy has a huge supply of pre-loved treasures. Our tip of the week? @Vintiquesmidcentury

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Vintage chrome wire armchair from the 1980s

For Dopamine Deficiency

The best home accessories of the week are courtesy of The Conran Shop and Collagerie. Stripe lovers unite.

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Two-tone vase The Conran Shop X Collagerie

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The Conran Shop X Collagerie Striped Cushion

For those who like the edge

Founded by Edin and Lina Kjellvertz in Sweden, Dusty Deco began as a low-key hotspot for vintage gems. After ten years of activity, the couple decided to create their own collection. The result? Rustic furniture with a Scandinavian and Balearic touch. Our object of desire? The pointed brutalist mirror.

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Dusty Deco Brutalist Mirror

For home members club

Soho Home’s range of homewares may have access to some of the most coveted clubs in the world, but luckily you can also enjoy your picantes in the comfort of your own living room.

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Casa De Folklore Small Bowl

For the do-it-yourselfers

You’ve probably seen Buchanan Studio’s striped armchair before, but now the brand is also selling its Belgian linen fabrics.

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Buchanan Studio Belgian linen fabric (sold by the meter)

For the trinket collector

Glassette and David Perry collaborated on a series of licorice-colored checkerboard ceramics. Our opinion ? We all want them.

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Glassette X David Perry Ceramic Plate

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Glassette X David Perry Soap Dish

For street heroes

Affordable with a touch of Scandi cool, H&M Home currently offers some of the most coveted home shopping on the high street.

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Set of four H&M cocktail glasses

For fitness fanatics

For those looking for something off the beaten track, East London-based gallery Dudley Waltzer is worth a visit. These 80s spiral lamps will brighten up any room. Literally.

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Vintage Dudley Waltzer Spiral Lamp

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