Are you feeling as bleak as we are? It’s only just got really, my-nose-is-going-to-drop-off cold but already we’re a bit fed up and pining for warmer, longer and brighter days. Well if outside is dreary, inside can be made to look a whole lot happier with a few affordable updates for the home that will spruce up a tired abode, organise your living space and barely raise an eyebrow from the bank manager. Work your way through this list and sunshine will be gleaming from the inside out.
Layer up colour and pattern to bring a big smile to your face. Mix and match and dive in.
Fido cushion £12
A big rug can really warm up a home. Use it to zone an area. Pick brights to literally reflect colour into your home, or monotone graphics for new season style. Both of these are generously sized and under £100.
Silo rug £65
A new set of bedlinen can reinvigorate the decor of an entire bedroom. And who can underestimate the restorative benefits of slipping your tired self between freshly laundered sheets. Looks good and feels good.
Pixelate double duvet cover £85
2 Lamps for £20
Yes, you read that right. Maya comes as a set of 2 and they have clever little on/off touch bases. Channel slick symmetry in the living room or use them as bedside lights. If the sun won’t come to us, we’ll have to make our own light!
Life at home seeming rather cluttered since Christmas? They say a tidy house equals a tidy mind and that sounds like quite a therapeutic way to start the year. Look to the Drew bookcase to sort out your home and your head. Mixed materials (very ‘now’), a lacquered finish to reflect the light, a small footprint for smaller space, 3 shelves and all for £45.
Ready to go sofas
A new sofa in 2 weeks? That’s a very nifty update. We have a whole range that will be in your home in exactly that. Get the good looks of Chester, the Colombo sofa bed or the Hyde corner sofa. Each is under a £1000 if you move quick enough to benefit from our sale.