When there’s only a small budget and you want to update a look of a kitchen or bathroom, when the home is rented or you’d rather not a permanent design change or you fancy a quick and easy update to your tiles; tile stickers are a quick easy way to go with so many patterns and styles now available across the high street and online.
We love the bright coloured patterns from SirFaceGraphics, the minimal clean modern look from the stickers at josiecrafts on eBay and for a unique look head to Love Maps On for beautiful map image tile stickers (see main picture)
It’s great to search in unexpected places for bargains for the home. So by pass the cucumbers and washing detergent and head for the Tesco homeware department. We’ve had a look through their cushions range and were very impressed with both the low prices and great designs to suit many of the current interiors trends both for family and kid’s room designs.
Cheap and cheerful? Is the quality less? We were overwhelmed with the plethora and immense choice of great homeware and furniture at Matalan.
Covering so many current trends with prices starting from a couple of pounds, you can fill your home and garden with textiles and ceramics, glassware and trinkets – from marble-look accessories to bohemian soft furnishings, plant hangers to metallic pieces – there’s so much to choose from.
With their furniture you can create industrial, retro, midcentury or modern monochrome looks with quality and affordable prices – the current sale section is definitely worth chacking.
Sometimes you don’t need to spend too much or visit the top interiors stores to find key on-trend homewares to update your home. Stylish products, great quality and irresistible pricing is what you’ll find in high street favourite Wilkos. If you think you can just pick up toiletries, hardware and bargains for the garden, you’d be mistaken – there’s a broad range of homeware and furniture, available both in store and online.
Often cropping up in interiors features and reports with surprising on-trend finds, we took a look at affordable highstreet brand Dunelm to see what treats we can find.
Dunhelm is a long established home brand that core base is well made, traditionally styled, affordable, classic homeware, furniture and soft furnishings. Recently their designs have reached new levels with Scandi, industrial and vintage trend influences.
They are a store worth a scour for certain pieces that often much lower priced than its competitors.
They say; Dunelm is the UK’s No. 1 Homewares retailer offering over 26,000 quality products across more than 28 different departments. The business operates from over 150 ‘out-of-town’ superstores, and provides further ‘multi-channel’ convenience through online, mobile, catalogue, telephone ordering and reserve & collect propositions.
We had a hunt around the huge site through the various department and picked out some favourite finds. Plus there’s a bonus of free delivery when you spend over £49!