Top 10 homeware sites that won't break the bank

I always find the best steals at these affordable homeware online stores.

Swoon Edition Swoon was founded in 2012 by passionate homeowners who were fed up with the excessively high price tag that comes with furniture. By championing the winning formula of limited edition designs for a fair price, they’ve taken the brand from strength to strength & are now a household name. Shop their full collection here and a hand selection of pieces at John Lewis.


Needs no introduction but we can’t exclude it from a round-up of affordable homeware shops. Whether you're a first time home owner or ready to upgrade into a slightly bigger space, there’s always a need for Ikea. If you can't get to a physical store, shop online and look out for a few of my favourite everyday kitchen items.

La Redoute Channel that effortless Parisian chic by shopping at La Redoute. They don’t just do homeware but mens, womens & kids clothes too - check it all out here.

Maison Du Monde Another great brand from across the channel, Maison du Monde is a newcomer to the UK, offering everything from bedroom furniture to outdoor dining sets. They’ve now teamed up with Debenhams so you can shop a small selection in store or, if you prefer shopping digitally like me, dive into their full selection online.

H&M Home A staple on any highstreet, H&M has now conquered the home division too.They teamed up with homeware designer Jonathan Adler on a collection that sold out in a few hours and opened a stand alone store on Regent’s Street last year. They go from strength to strength, staying relevant at every turn.

Zara Home Zara has been offering homeware products for years. Their strength lies in the design and quality of their decor accessories and home textiles. I’ve purchased many scatter cushions, beautiful bed linens and gorgeous curtains, which have stood the test of many washes over the years.

Move over Ikea - there’s some hot competition. Since launched in 2010, they’ve shaken the whole direct-to-consumer model for online shopping. They’re affordable and accessible with pieces like sofas costing as little as £199.

John Lewis The go-to department store for everything - your weekly food shop, your next washing machine or the latest in fashion. Whether you’re 18 and shopping with your mum for your new dorm room at university or 70 and you’re looking for a new set of bedding - there is something for everyone.

Habitat Born in the mid-sixties, Habitat is known for its innovative ideas and mid-century style. A truly British brand, it’s always championed locally-made products and designers.They’ve since collaborated with some of the UK’s more influential designers and continue to inspire us all with their designs.

Dunelm I only discovered this brand recently and am hugely impressed by their product selection. I now come back regularly to check out what they have in store and purchased these stools which are my preferred seat everyday while I WFH.