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Beautiful homeware items sold on the high street

Spending money updating your home can seem like an expense, because homeware tweaks are just that bit more subtle than, say, wardrobe updates, so you can end up feeling that you might as well keep eating your cereal out of the same old white bowl for ever while buying a new top every week. But the times where items like new cutlery, crockery and kitchenware were a huge investment are long gone, and you can find a lot of great homeware deals on the high street, and even at the supermarket.

From old fashioned cheese plates to curtains that look like bookshelves, we've found out the best purse-friendly homeware items that you can pop in your trolley along with the weekly shop.

Words: Victoria Gray

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