The sun may not be shining (yet) but I'm pretty sure it's spring now, and that means one thing in the world of interiors: spring cleaning. And when I say spring cleaning I mean ridding your home of all the rubbish that you neither need nor want, having a quick run around with Henry the Hoover and ordering nice new pretty homeware items to celebrate the arrival of long, light days.
I know what you're thinking: shopping for homeware takes t.i.m.e. that, despite the flurry of bank holidays on the way, no one really wants to spend arduously traipsing between Oliver Bonas, B&Q and Anthropologie. Especially when dollar is limited and convenience is key. That's why we bring you some hidden gems that we've discovered in a number of supermarket home ranges.
Fancy a 'throw it anywhere and it'll look great' rug? We've found one of those. In search of a realistic looking artificial houseplant to replace that dead fern in the corner? Purchase one at the same time as your monthly loo-roll order. From Marks and Spencer to Tesco, budget friendly Aldi and Lidl to solidly mid-range Sainsbury's, here are the nice new (and affordable) homeware buys you're going to want to buy.
Best Supermarket Homeware
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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.