Furnishing and decorating a home can be truly expensive; trust me, I would know. Having moved into a completely unfurnished flat last year, I (along with my bank balance) am fully aware of the cost attached to getting everything in order. Accessorising your home and making it your own can be particularly hard if you're short on cash; decor isn't a necessity, therefore it can be hard to justify spending money on it. The good news is there are some amazing supermarket homeware buys that you can pick up, for super cosy interiors without spending a fortune.
Whether it's the cosiest of cushions and throws, colourful plants, or candle holders and fairy lights to bring some extra sparkle, the supermarket is where it's at. As well as places such as Marks & Spencer and Waitrose, where you would perhaps expect to find some cool home decor, stores such as Lidl, Asda, Aldi, and Sainsbury's also have some great offerings. And truthfully, most of it looks way more expensive than it actually is, and you can't really tell it's been picked up along with your food shopping.
Currently, the mood in the supermarket homeware section is definitely cosy – additional comfort is really what we're all after in the run up to Christmas, especially this year. Making your space feel warm and inviting is a priority, to see us through the wintery months into early next year, and you’d be surprised at the amount of supermarket homeware that can help you get there.
Keep reading to discover my 10 favourite homeware pieces in the supermarkets now, guaranteed to make your space a little cosier this winter.
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