4 Decor Trends You Can Snag for Cheap from Drew Barrymore's Latest Walmart Line
The bold, colorful line of furniture and accessories is surprisingly affordable.
Last year, Drew Barrymore debuted an exclusive collection at Walmart called Flower Home, and the midcentury modern furnishings and eclectic accents blew us away. Now, the line has a new batch of stylish pieces for fall, and we've spotted some of the season's hottest trends among the affordable items.
The collection features colorful, patterned pieces inspired by Barrymore's own bohemian sensibilities and personal travels. With items like wall art, throw pillows, light fixtures, peel-and-stick wall coverings, and bedding, it's perfect for infusing any room in your home with a splash of color or fun layered textures.
Now's your chance to scoop up a few surprisingly affordable must-haves. Here are four home decor trends we love from the Flower Home fall line.
1. Blush Pink Decor
This warm, dusty shade of pink continues to dominate color trends. The warm hue brings an elegant, feminine touch to interiors, blending beautifully with both neutrals and bold jewel tones. The color appears across a wide variety of Flower Home pieces, including velvet-upholstered furniture, throw pillows, wall art, and dishware. To play up the color's rosy undertones, try pairing blush pink accessories with saturated burgundy, like this floral peel-and-stick mural ($69), for a luxurious yet inviting color scheme.
Buy It: Pink Velvet Track Lounge Armchair ($300)
2. Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper
Peel-and-stick wallpaper is everywhere these days and for good reason. Typically much cheaper and easier to apply than traditional wallpaper, the self-adhesive version is a cinch to remove without damaging a wall's surface, making it renter-friendly and suitable for those with a tendency to change their minds when decorating. Barrymore's selection of removable wallpaper features bold, maximalist patterns including colorful florals, vintage-look toile, and graphic Art Deco-inspired motifs. And at about $1 per square foot, it's one of the most affordable peel-and-stick options you'll find.
Buy It: Vintage Floral Yellow Peel & Stick Wallpaper ($35 per roll)
3. Mushroom Lamps
These funky fixtures captured our attention earlier this year, and if Flower Home's fall lineup is any indication, the mushroom lamp trend is still going strong. Featuring wide, domed shades, these fixtures add a sculptural element to accent tables and nightstands. Barrymore's collection features several sleek and shapely fixtures, including an aged brass mushroom lamp and a glossy royal blue version. For a fun pop of color, place the Grecian Blue Retro Table Light ($49) on a console table in your entryway or atop your bedside table.
Buy It: Antique Brass Retro Table Light ($78)
4. Rattan Accents
Rattan furnishings have officially moved from outdoor patios into the home. The natural woven material adds texture and a boho-inspired look to living rooms, entryways, bedrooms, and more. Use these rattan baskets ($45) to stylishly store extra blankets next to the sofa or surround potted houseplants with an additional layer of character. Juxtapose rattan with shiny metallic accents, such as this arched floor lamp ($120) that combines a brass base with a geometric rattan shade, for an unexpected twist on the trend, or play up the natural look with a jute area rug ($175).
Buy It: Natural Rattan Basket Set of 2 ($45)