Update your home for spring with these supermarket homeware picks
If you’re updating your home for spring on a budget, then supermarket homeware ranges are the best place to start. There are lots of hidden gems at affordable prices, and you don’t have to compromise on style. What’s more, you can pick them up when you’re doing your weekly shop or when you’re getting stocked up for a spring clean.
From Sainsbury’s Home to Tesco and George at Asda, supermarkets are ahead of the curve when it comes to home interior trends. Here at Miller Homes, we’ve rounded up some of the best homeware picks.
Sainsbury’s spring/summer collection is full of ornaments and accessories that are perfect for this season, with leafy and floral patterns as well as animal prints and bright colours. We love the minimalism of the kitchenware and bedding in the Loft Living collection.
These two-tone mugs in mustard and grey are the perfect spring addition to the home, and at just £3.50 each, they’re a bargain. You can also step into the wild with these nature-inspired ornaments, which add a quirky touch to any open shelving. They’re only available in-store, so keep an eye out on your next shopping trip.
If Tesco is your go-to supermarket, Fox and Ivy is the luxury homeware range to look out for. With everything from scented candles to planters and kitchenware - you’ll be able to fill all the corners of your home.
Guests could be convinced that this rustic stoneware serving jug came straight from a vintage shop rather than a supermarket. The glazing process means that no two pieces are exactly the same, so you’ll have your very own, unique jug for just £15.00.
At Asda, singer and tv personality Louise Redknapp has launched her ‘Love Louise’ homeware edit, with lots of stylish pieces for the dining room, living room, bathroom and bedroom – with items starting at just £4! The collection has been designed to reflect Louise’s own interiors style, with pieces that are perfect for spring.
We love these faceted wine glasses. Shaped to create a diamond effect, and finished with a gold-tone lip for an extra splash of style – at £12 for four glasses, they’re very affordable. Rattan is a spring trend that’s showing no signs of slowing and George at Asda has an intricate rattan ceiling shade that will add a chic yet traditional touch to any room.
Have you picked up any stylish supermarket homeware pieces? We’d love to hear about them. Tweet us @MillerHomesUK or tag us on Instagram @millerhomesuk.