The best places you’ve probably never heard of to buy homeware – from £1

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Along with clothes and beauty and everything else we want to spend our cash on, there’s new homeware. Seeing as so many high street stores have started making their own collections, there’s more than enough to choose from – but,  it’s the lesser-known brands we’re getting all the #interiorinspo from. We’ve made an edit of the best home sites you’ve probably never even heard that’ll make your house look like a Pinterest board. Want even more good news? All of our fave pieces are under £50 *adds all to basket*.

Maisons Du Monde

The French furniture store covers every interior trend you could ever want. Of course it has sofas etc. but it’s the accessories we’re interested in. From the magazine holder you’ll want to rest your Cosmopolitan in, to the cups that’ll make the perfect flat lay – these are the Insta-ready pieces to shop now.

Anna + Nina

Anna + Nina has three stores in Amsterdam, but if you’re not planning a getaway anytime soon then they’re online too. Their own brand home and jewellery are all handmade in India and Bali, and they also have loads of other super cool brands to take note of. We’re big fans of the letter plates.


It’s the Dutch department store that opened back in 1926, and now they have 750 stores in 9 countries. Luckily for us all, it’s ready to shop online as well. Prized for their super low price points, you’ll save £££ with this one.

Bothy Blue

You may have already spotted Bothy Blue popping up on your Instagram, and it’s one to follow. The Manchester based home site has gorgeous lights, plant pots, cushions and tonnes more that look super expensive but won’t break the bank.


Truva have recently had a collab with cool-girl Pandora Sykes, and their collection of amazing home, clothes and jewellery brands creates the lifestyle hub of dreams. The Bella Freud candle every influencers owns is going straight on our Christmas list.


If you want unique home bits that no one else will have, then Juicy is the go-to. Split in to key themes, you can shop depending on your taste. We’re obsessed with everything, but their wall art and geographic plant and candle holders are So.Damn.Good.

Flying Tiger

Formerly known as just Tiger, Flying Tiger is the Copenhagen born store that has made its way over to the UK. Although you can’t shop it online (yet) with 89 stores you’re bound to find one near. With everything you need, want and didn’t even know existed all under one roof, it’s the one to go to for bargain buys.

Happy home shopping!