Looking for that essential piece of furniture to transform your room? Here are five of the best places to find a bargain.
Brits have been flocking to Ikea’s giant blue and yellow branded stores since the retailer first opened in the UK in 1987.
The Scandinavian purveyor of self-assembled furniture remains one of the best places to pick up good quality homeware at an affordable price.
Check out this solid wood chest of drawers from the Hemnes bedroom collection, priced at just £100.
Stocking more than 65,000 products across 16 departments, the emphasis at discount retailer The Range is on quality homewares at reasonable prices.
This stylish Zest 4 Leisure Lily Relax softwood seat, priced at just £109.99, is perfect for wiling away lazy afternoons in the garden, and comes with a 10-year guarantee.
Wayfair is one of the largest online destinations for homewares, offering a range of home furnishings, décor and goods.
Among the good value items available is this Felicia dining set with 2 chairs, priced at £78.99.
Compact and stylish, this bistro table is built with powder coated steel and is ideal for casual meals for 2.
For those who prefer a good old-fashioned browse in store, HomeSense could be the place for you.
Offering top name brands at low prices, HomeSense offers a continuously changing variety of products, from iconic chairs to wicker seats or bistro sets.
New deliveries arrive in store every week, with items sourced from top homeware brands as well as artisans from around the world.
Providing the same no nonsense approach to value which is the hallmark of its grocery offering, supermarket giant Tesco has a plethora of bargains among its furniture range.
You can add a touch of old school glamour to your bedroom with this ultra-chic Beautify Dressing Table for just £84.99.
Classically designed with a large swivel mirror and 5 handy drawers, this make-up desk has a sturdy construction with curved legs and a black painted finish.
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