Have you been meaning to replace your temperamental? Perhaps you want to upgrade your bed for those cosy WFH mornings in bed? Are you looking for cosy blankets for snuggle under the sofa?
Whether it’s a new piece of furniture, or decorative home furnishings, there’s no shortage of unique and stylish pieces to add to your home this Winter.
Winter is on its way, and with most of the nation spending the majority of their time at home due to lockdown restrictions, now is the perfect time to revamp your home and update your decor.
From The White Company to MADE.com, these are the best homeware and interior stores to refresh your home without having to spend a fortune.
Arguably one of the most fashionable furniture stores, MADE.com has built a growing fanbase for its high-end designs at affordable prices. With 1 million Instagram followers, the brand’s sought-after offering includes plush sofas, modern kitchenware and beautiful beds, as well as stylish lighting, elegant dining sets and statement rugs. Think Loaf on a budget.
If you’ve got some cash to splash, head straight to Graham Green. The independent family company is all about colourful, vibrant and unique pieces – you’re unlikely to see someone else with the same piece as you. From drinks trolleys to fire pits, their vast range of beautiful pieces are guaranteed to give your home the x-factor. Keep an eye out for their Outlet sales to score a serious bargain.
Whether you’re looking for a dining table or a laundry bag, you’re likely to find it at John Lewis. With one of the largest, most varied offerings on the high street, John Lewis has stylish products to suit all budgets.
The name says it all: swoon, indeed. The design-led furniture brand, popular with first time home owners, create distinctive and original designs that will have everyone swooning over your beautiful living space. What’s more is that all the pieces that can be mixed and matched if you fancy giving your home a quick refresh.
If Zara Home and H&M Home aren’t quite cutting it, take a look at Oliver Bonas. The lifestyle boutique – known for their quirky gifts and accessories – have developed a delicious online interiors offering. Decorate your home with beautiful wall hangings, create a cosy ambience with their lanterns and diffusers, or cosy up in a cloud of plush pillows and weighty blankets.
Looking for pieces that will be treasured for years to come? Head to Maisons du Monde. Their wide offering of furniture and decorative items are inspired by the latest trends to ensure your home looks endlessly stylish. We’ll be snapping up the Mauricette chair, pronto.
One for the minimalists among us, The White Company was started in 1994 by Chrissy Rucker who wanted to create stylish, neutral homeware at affordable prices. Since then, the brand’s popularity has soared, becoming a luxury lifestyle destination worldwide.
Anthropologie has always been a popular high street destination for its bohemian clothing, but did you know the brand has translated this dreamy aesthetic into homeware too? With 4.1 million Instagram followers, Anthropologie’s loyal fan base have gone wild for the brand’s divine furniture offering. They also do brilliant collaborations, most recently with graphic artist Emma J Shipley.
Homeware retailer Amara boasts a large selection of high quality interior design and decorations. From ultra modern Scandi furnishings, to more vintage designs, the brand has styles to suit every home. Don’t miss their festive offering – it’ll make your Christmas one to remember (and not just for covid reasons).
Scoop up a serious bargain with Not On The High Street’s eclectic offering of interiors. Whether you’ve just moved into a new home, or you’re celebrating your friend’s new pad, there’s no excuse not to bring your interiors A-game.
Is there anything M&S can’t do? Short answer: no. They provided us with our first bra and the best picnic food on the planet, and now they’re sprucing up homes across the nation with a broad range of homely designs to personalise your space and make it extra cosy in time for Winter.
French retailer La Redoute is regularly in high demand for its hard-working contemporary furniture that will instantly refresh any space. From storage units to curtains, their chic French designs have got your home renovations covered.
From contemporary designs, to vintage prints, Manchester based homewear brand Rose Grey has built up a cult following for its incredibly stylish pieces. Think delicious velvet sofas, trend-led vases and wicker chairs.