Refresh your home with these budget-friendly shops

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With a change of season often comes a need to switch things up in the home. But if you want to update your living spaces without spending too much, we’ve got you covered!

Sainsbury’s Home

More than ever, supermarkets have really upped their game when it comes to homewares. If you’re popping to Sainsbury’s to get your groceries anyway, why not venture to the home aisle for some super affordable basics, intricate prints and cosy comforts.

Tiger 

Located in Grand Central Birmingham, Tiger is the home of all the things you never even knew you needed. From seemingly pointless gadgets (that we love) to innovative creations, Tiger is cheap, cheerful and above all, a lot of fun.

Ikea

The world’s largest furniture store, Ikea, is the obvious choice for making your home look amazing without splashing the cash. Whether you’re organising your office with new storage or reinventing your kitchen, there’s something for every room of the house.

H&M Home

If you’re looking to buy quality products without compromising on style, H&M home is the place to go. With everything from sustainable, natural collections to millenial pink and metallic touches, H&M home is super on-trend.

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Homesense

As part of the TK Maxx family, Homesense has high-quality, designer products with up to 60% off the original price tag. The shelves are regularly refreshed with new stock, so you’re able to get your hands on one of a kind pieces, unique to your home.

Muji 

Bring it back to basics with Muji’s simplistic approach to living. Known for it’s innovative storage design and eco-friendly ideas, why not head into the store on New St, Birmingham.