Spring homeware refresh from £1.70!
There’s only so much ‘January’ a person can take, before serious summer lusting kicks in. Though we can’t catapult you straight to the sunny season, we can ease the struggle of getting there. If like us, you’ve already broken that ‘I will stop spending’ New Year’s resolution, then prepare for the sweet feeling of Primark shopping bags in your hand. With our homeware prices starting from only £1.70, this springtime selection of interior goodness is too dreamy to resist. Purses at the ready gals!
Nothing beats that fresh bed feeling; snuggling up in sweet-smelling sheets and heading to the land of nod in the comfiest set up. If there’s one thing dreamier than a new homeware haul, it’s bagging a bargain in the process. Our plain dye bedding sheets start from only £4.50, so now is the perfect time for that new year, new start – in the bedroom!
When it comes to at home essentials, we’ve got cosy nights down, keeping it simple with the sofa, a good book, chocolate and an over the top bubble bath. It’s not all doom and gloom when it comes to staying in, with our budget buys guaranteed to help create the perfect pad. For nights requiring ultimate comfort, bow down to our sofa companion of choice, the supersoft throw (boyfriend or blanket, you decide). At only £4, comfort won’t cost you!
Though the weather outside may not reflect your upbeat, new year spirit, it’s easy to bring light indoors with our selection of core cushions. Bring a little lift to your interiors with sherbet yellow, candy pink and mint green shades, synonymous with spring. ‘Refresh’ is the optimum word, as we wave goodbye to chunky materials in neutral tones and welcome lighter weight textures with serious colour punch. ‘Up’ the colour without the cost, with our cushion selection priced at only £3 per piece!
Our New Year’s resolution remains the same as every other year, to bring you gorgeous homeware goodies at the best price possible (it’s one we promise not to break!) So now is the time to accept defeat on the no-spending ban, we’ll see you at the till; guilty faces and all.