It’s rich, but calming; readily available in homeware across the high street; easy to match up with similar hues in paint and wallpaper; and compliments well with other on trend favourites including metallic tones, monochrome or jewel tones – or you go true to the trend and have design braveness in having everything being in the teal colour! – a strong bold look.
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.
A name synonymous with quality at a good price, we might not think realise the extent of the Next homeware and furniture range. It’s broad.
From great design sofas and armchairs (including pieces from the French Connection collection), lighting, soft furnishings and bedding, to rugs, shelving and kitchenware – Next covers every aspect of the home and tick many current trend boxes along the way.
It’s easy to create a full industrial, Scandinavian, jewel or urban natural look from the pieces and know that the products are quality, well made and worth investing in.
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!
On trend, on your high street and on your budget: these are the three things that are great to hear when shopping for all things interiors.
Unexpectedly we stumble upon browsing Argos and find numerous lovable homewares and furniture that tick many boxes including amazing prices.
When we just focused on grey – our beloved colour of the year – we found many delights for the home (see picture) from lamps at only £24.99 to huge rugs at under £125! Argos have great brands under their belt, including Habitat, but their own designs are up there at the top with being cool and on trend.