Dreamy Interiors Wishlist

I recently moved out of the professional houseshare I was living in and even though I don't live in my own home yet, I can't help but lust after home pieces.
After living in terrible houseshares and flatshares with vicious, nasty, lazy and toxic people, I've decided that I'm better off living on my own. In fact, I can't think of a time where I have lived in a home where I genuinely felt safe, stable and happy. If I were to move out and live with others again, I'd only live with genuinely kind people that I know extremely well, and people who share the same values as I do.

It's always been a dream of mine to buy own home as well. I want to be able to have a place that I can call my own and I have always wanted to put my own stamp on a home (something you can't do when you're renting) but home ownership in London and the South-East is very expensive. Obviously it's out of my reach for now, but in future it's something I'd like to do and I am not the type of person to give up on my dreams and goals. I am always coming up with ideas on how I'd design my future home - I'd want it to look chic, like something out of Pinterest - and I can't help but look at the home products sold by fashion retailers. Plus, I've started preparing: last year I set up a Help To Buy ISA and even though I don't pay a lot into it every month, every little helps for my dream.

Over the years a lot of stores have upped their game in the interior stakes. I'm very impressed by Primark and New Look who sell the most wonderful interior pieces and if I ever by home stuff, I tend to buy from those stores.

For now, I'm just going to have to rely on home wishlists for inspiration.

Take a look.
What's on your interiors wishlist?


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