High-street homeware retailer BHS has been in touch to let us know about a couple of great ways of saving money it has made available this week.
Today we have a new retailer to introduce – Made.com, which describes itself as “a unique and innovative way to buy furniture on the internet”.
This one we love – the coolest storage idea ever to hit the shelves! All Up And On, purveyors of all kinds of groovy homeware, now have Lego storage solutions in stock.
It’s sale time at upscale department store Heal’s with discounts of up to 50 per cent available on homewear and accessories.
Haysom Lighting has had a rebrand to remind us all that it doesn’t just do lighting. Now known as Haysom Interiors, it has also got a great range of home accessories including sofas, soft furnishings and dining furniture.
If you’re shopping for new homeware this spring, the latest offer from high-street stalwart BHS might be just what you are looking for.
Here’s a great April offer from gift and gadget retailer Totally Funky – and it’s no joke! Place an order for £20 or more and get 5 per cent off with its latest voucher code.
If you’re looking for some marvellously funky homewares for spring, we suggest taking a look at the Cath Kidston range at John Lewis. Kidston is a designer who specialises in a colourful vintage look characterised by floral prints and a folksy, craft-inspired approach.
Wall lighting can make a powerful contribution to the ambience of a room – whether you’re looking for a traditional, contemporary or retro style.
If you like the eco-brand of laundry products from Ecover then you’ll love a new offer from Big Green Smile.
Monday marks the start of Fairtrade Fortnight – an annual event that encourages us all to think about the origins of our food, and the circumstances of the people who produce it.
If you’re looking for a striking or unusual feature for your home, check out the chandelier range at specialist online lighting retailer Haysom Lighting.