Where to buy cheap (but chic) homeware items


The days of spending a small fortune to kit your house out with really cute stuff are officially over- cheap homeware is all a gal needs.

Ever since IKEA came on the scene and made it really easy to get gorgeous stuff at an affordable price, many retailers have been following suit with amazingly chic and cheap homeware. Homeware includes stuff like duvet covers, decor and even furniture.

Now, you can get on-trend, timeless and unique homeware from a multitude of places online, all for a price that doesn’t make your eyes water.

Ready to start shopping? We’ve listed some of our favourite places to buy cheap homeware that’s also really chic, along with our favourite items. But first, here are a few tips to help discover your homeware style.

How to decide on your home decorating style

1. Dive through your closet: Whether you’re conscious of it or not, you have preferences, and your clothes can be a great indication of what patterns, materials and hues you like most.

2. Get inspired: Whether it’s flipping through a magazine, watching an Architectural Digest video or visiting a friend’s brand new home, inspiration is everywhere for cheap homeware. All you have to do is look and take notes.

3. Mood board: Is there ever a time when a mood board isn’t called for? Collate all your favourite homeware inspo from IG, Pinterest and magazines all in one place for an overall taste of what you’re looking for. This will make shopping so. much. easier. – we promise.

SHOP: The best cheap and chic homeware UK 2022


Did you know that Amazon, master of all online stores, has its own home range? AmazonBasics has everything from cushions, bedding and knife sets to cables, shredders and fire pits. You name it, they’ve got it. What’s more, everything’s of great quality and at a purse-friendly price. Bag yourself Amazon Prime and your cheap homeware will even be with you next day.


If you’re looking for unique, cheap homeware products, RedBubble is the online marketplace for you. Bringing together designs from independent creators, its products are sure to be a conversation starter when you have guests over.


Habitat is a wonderland of affordable, cheap homeware goodies. Next time you’re doing your weekly browse, why not have a look along the online aisles, so to speak?


ISAWITFIRST’S homeware section is a dream come true, and the prices are a bit of us. You’ll be upping your decor game and saving yourself a bit of coin at the same time with these cheap homeware picks.


You’ll have seen plenty of Matalan’s home offerings while in store, but there’s a whole other world of Pinterest-worthy products online for you to swoon over, too.

H&M Home

H&M Home is easily one of the most covetable collections on this list. Utterly stylish and chic, it’ll take your decor to the next level.

Zara Home

Zara is well known for its trendsetting ways and that extends to its home collection, too. You’ll find quirky cheap homeware items, with earthy-toned fabrics and vintage-inspired decor. Gorge.


Wilko doesn’t just offer everything you need to kit your student house out, you know. Its home range features items for every room, inspired by all the latest trends.


Ah, Dunelm. How we love you so. This haven for home decor lovers is well known for its huge range of products to totally transform your house into a home.

Home Essentials

If you haven’t heard of Home Essentials, where have you been? It has LITERALLY everything under one roof – furniture, garden, homeware, tech, toys and beauty, all at wonderful prices.

Asda Home

We all know that clothing from George is affordable, but Asda also has lots of home stores across the country that sell super stylish items at prices that are too good to miss.

Looking to protect your sofa?

Now you’re stocked up on some beautiful pieces of cheap homeware, the question is- how do you upgrade big pieces of furniture without spending a fortune? If you want to update your living room, sofa skins are an easy and affordable way to do just that.

The chic sofa covers come in so many designs and colours so you’re sure to find one to suit your space. You simply slip them over your sofa and voila, you’ve got a brand new look. They’ve also been tried out by our favourite organisation queen, Stacey Solomon, so you’re in good company.


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