Updating your home doesn’t have to break the bank, with homewares now available even in the supermarkets, it’s easy to make high end changes on a high street budget.
Buying a good quality bedding set can really help to add a premium edge to your room. When you think of hotel quality, 200-thread-count cotton, you may see your budget diminishing, but thanks to Tesco‘s new Fox & Ivy collection, you could bag yourself a bargain.
High end retailers are charging £110 for a double duvet cover but you can get a crisp white simplistic set, complete with embroidered border, for £35 from Tesco (with pillowcases included!). It offers a perfectly clean look and feels wonderfully soft against your skin too.
A few key accessories can really help to finish off a room. Go for luxe metallic pieces if you are wanting to make a statement. This gorgeous gold planter from Matalan is only £15 but guaranteed to add a pop to an empty corner, whilst this vase from Asda is sure to brighten up a lonely-looking shelf and for only £6, it’s a no-brainer!
When it comes to glassware, there seems to be more options than ever before. H&M Home do high end looking pieces on a high street budget, like these gorgeous gold-rimmed glasses. Or if you want to make a more colourful choice, the lustre effect glasses by award winning designer, Julien Macdonald are a solid choice. And, as they’re from Debenhams, they’re an affordable choice too. The perfect example of high end style at a high street budget!
If you want to make one small change that will make a big difference, switch up your lighting. Dunelm have some great options at affordable prices. Their curved table lamp with smoked glass looks super sleek and is only £22, whilst this contemporary smoked pendant ceiling light, complete with copper fixing is just £32.
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