Do you remember a time when sprucing up your home meant taking a trip to your local department store, or browsing the high street for hours in the hope of spotting what you were after? While there are still some larger household items that are better seen up close - like sofas, chairs and beds - luckily if you're pushed for time or want to find the best deals without wearing out your shoes, these days there's so much that can be bought at the click of a button.
So, whether you’re planning a full makeover or just looking to update your home on a budget, head online to find a host of independent homeware emporiums, as well as much-loved high street brands.
Read on to discover our round-up of the best online homeware shops, and if you're looking for product ideas, don't miss our round-up of the best home decor items on the market.
The best online homeware shops in the UK 2022
Matalan: when you're shopping on a budget
With such a wide selection, Matalan is a great starting point if you’ve recently moved and you’re looking to kit out your new rooms whilst watching your budget. From handy storage baskets and funky wine glasses to essentials including bedding, curtains and kitchen appliances, it’s hard to visit this affordable homeware store and not find something you need.
The homeware shop presents helpful guides and decorating tips including how to successfully change wallpaper and what to look for when choosing pillows. You can also conveniently shop by room, which is handy if you’re in the process of decorating a number of spaces.
Dunelm: when you're looking for great value furniture
While we may think of Dunelm as a go-to homeware shop for larger pieces of furniture including beds, wardrobes and dining tables, it’s worth checking out their more specialised features including their wedding section. From floral table arrangements to unique side plates, if you’ve opted for a DIY wedding, Dunelm has some top picks to help you add a special, glamorous touch to the big day.
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Dunelm is also a good option for keen sewers and knitters looking to fuel their love of crafts. They have a number of fabrics to choose from as well as the necessary equipment including needles, sewing machines and embroidery scissors.
The Range: when you're looking for a theme
If you’re in need of some homeware inspiration, The Range has such a huge collection of furniture and trinkets you’re bound to find a style to suit your needs. From finishing touches like mirrors and throws to outdoor equipment including lighting and deck chairs, there’s something for every taste and occasion.
The Range is a great online homeware store to visit if you’re hosting an event, whether it’s a themed birthday party that’s calling out for a sparkly banner or an anniversary celebration that’s in need of a garden gazebo.
Debenhams: when you're looking for lighting
Clothes and make-up counters probably spring to mind when you think of Debenhams, but their online homeware shop is not to be overlooked. Whether it’s for your bathroom, bedroom or kitchen, Debenhams has an impressively large BHS lighting collection with a range of chic pendant lights if you’re looking to give your living room an edgy look.
Debenhams is also great for housewarming gifts with candles and diffusers galore.
Boohoo: when you want something different
Arriving on the homeware scene in 2021, the popular online fashion retailer has branched out with a small yet very interesting and fun home décor store.
If you’re into neutral colours, you’re bound to love their duvet covers which are ideal if you want to create a calming and soothing ambience. Their selection of face vases and body shape candles are particularly quirky if you’d like to add a splash of character to your bedroom.
Wayfair: when you want a one-stop-shop
A bit of a beast in the world of online homeware, Wayfair has everything from artificial plants to kitchen sinks. If you’re looking to do more than just decorate, their helpful renovation section offers a range of products including tiles, sinks, bathtubs and heating appliances. When you’re finished with the basics, you can return for that final photo frame to complete the room.
We love their kitchen section which allows you to shop by brand so you can keep your countertop looking stylish with matching Smeg, Le Creuset and Denby sets.
B&Q: when you're after some essentials
If you’re not quite at the interior design stage, and your weekends consist of plastering, painting and furniture building, trusty stores such as B&Q are on hand to help. While they have the necessary tools including paintbrushes, drill sets and saws for the nitty-gritty tasks, you can also find simple and affordable home accessories including wall clocks and artwork if you want to bulk out a room without spending a fortune. They also allow you to create your own furniture for your bedroom so your cabinets, drawers and wardrobes are tailored to your preferences.
Homebase: when you're looking for colourful accessories
Another one for lovers of DIY, Homebase has the necessary gear for a full-on refurbishment but thanks to its House Beautiful collection, it also has a lovely selection of brightly coloured home furnishings to choose from. Ideal for a contemporary home, the collection has a mix of bold velvet cushions, printed bedding and bright desks that are sure to liven up your work space.
For more bedroom décor, take a look at the best spring and summer bedding.
Aldi: when you're after a brilliant bargain
We all know Aldi is the place to go for budget-friendly groceries, but you might have missed the wide range of homeware they now offer, spanning from Le Creuset lookalike cast-iron pans to garden furniture, hot tubs and BBQs. - and all at its famous low prices.
You can stumble across all manner of decor accessories, appliances and even furniture in Aldi's renowned 'middle aisle'. However, these rotating bargains go in and out of stock in-store, so head to their online home store if you want to see everything on offer - including online-only exclusive items - and order for delivery to your door.
Etsy: when you want wonderful one-offs
If you want to decorate your home with one-of-a-kind items and support small-scale independent creators, Etsy is the right place for you. Anyone can set up an Etsy store and start selling their crafts, so the options are endless - you'll find cute homeware in every style from cottagecore to Japandi. Many sellers make their products by hand, ensuring each is unique. And if individuality is your thing, Etsy is also a great place to look for personalised homeware, as many makers offer custom designs - perfect for a housewarming gift!
We're especially fond of the wide ranges of textiles on offer, from blankets and throws to cushions and wall hangings. Plus if you love a vintage look, you'll find plenty of stores selling antique trinkets from times gone by. Why not give your home a touch of Victorian style with some genuine period accessories, for instance?
Maisons du Monde: when you're want that special something
Although Maisons du Monde was founded in France 20 years ago, its huge range of furniture and décor accessories is inspired by interiors from all over the globe. It’s one of our go-to destinations if we’re looking for something unique, and the website has a great feature where you can search by room to get decor inspiration.
If you’re not in the market for interesting outdoor furniture, sturdy furniture items or lighting, the brand sells a huge amount of decorative items including baskets and hampers, ornamental boxes, magazine racks, crates and trinket trays. You’ll also find endless types of wall décor on the site – from interesting plaques and lettering to art prints and paintings – so it’s a great place to have a browse, even if you’re not buying.
Pooky: when you're looking for stylish lighting
If you’re an interiors obsessive, it’s likely you’ve come across Pooky before – the beautiful, decorative lighting store is a favourite amongst professional stylists and amateur décor lovers alike. The brand is most famous for its interesting lampshade designs, but it’s also a great place to head if you’re after statement bulbs or pendant lighting. The best thing? You can shop the website by colour and material to find exactly what you’re after.
Not On The High Street: when you want to shop from independent retailers
Not On The High Street is a great destination if you’re looking for original homeware. Home to more than 5,000 of the UK’s best small creative businesses, you’ll find everything from candles and home fragrance products to personalised decorative accessories and neon signs.
It also stocks a wide range of vintage radios, phones and artificial plants, so it’s the ideal place to shop for a unique gift for an interior enthusiast.
Scooms: when you're after sustainable bedding
Scooms is one of our go-to brands for all things bedding here at YourHomeStyle. The family-run brand is passionate about sustainability, and produces premium-quality duvets, pillows and bedding that is all responsibly sourced, dust mite allergy resistant and free of plastic packaging. We particularly recommend their linen bedding range and natural candles.
Wilko: when you're after the basics
If you’re looking to spruce up your home on a budget, Wilko.com is a great place to start. Not only does it stock a large range of great quality, affordable home accessories, but it also sells wallet-friendly furniture items like beds, sofas, lighting and wardrobes.
If you’re in the market for a complete home transformation, you’ll also find all the decorating and DIY supplies you could possibly need. Keep an eye out for their Christmas decorations too!
Oliver Bonas: when you're after fun, funky designs
If you’re looking for beautiful trinkets and stunning accessories, you just can’t beat Oliver Bonas. It truly is a treasure trove of unique wall art, cosy bedding, incredible kitchenware and décor ornaments – we can guarantee you’ll want everything as soon as you visit the site, and have endless compliments as soon as your purchases arrive!
M&S: when you're after quality at an affordable price
You wouldn’t necessarily think of M&S when someone says the word interiors, but in recent years, the brand has really upped its homeware game. As well as classic tableware and a plethora of furniture options, it also stocks some timeless décor accessories that are perfect for giving your space a little boost. We’re also a huge fan of M&S’s bedding – we particularly like their reversible duvet sets and cushions.
Anthropologie: when you're looking for boho style
Anthropologie is well known for its beautiful boho fashion staples, but did you know it also has a specially curated homeware range?
It’s a great place to head if you’re looking for unusual, bohemian-style homewares or stunning high fashion furniture pieces. And, although their prices are on the higher side, they do have regular sales. Keep an eye out for their Artist Collaborations too!
Lights 4 Fun: when you're looking for lighting inspiration
Lights 4 Fun was set up in 2003 when its Harrogate-based founder, Tim Naughton, became disillusioned with the expensive, low quality Christmas lights he’d bought from his local garden centre. He decided to go on the search for a better product and after months of research, found a manufacturer in Germany that was producing robust outdoor lights in rubber cabling as an answer to the worst of European winters.
Now, 17 years later, the company sells over 700 different types of high-quality decorative lights, all coming with a two-year guarantee. It’s our go-to for every type of seasonal lighting you can think of – we especially like their TruGlow candle range, and their outdoor lights.
Urban Outfitters: when you're looking for retro ideas
Urban Outfitters online has a great range of boho style bedding, wall hangings and trinkets – it’s also the place to head if you’re after retro-style record players or unusual furniture.
Similar to Anthropologie in style but lower in price, you’ll also find a large range of Himalayan salt lamps, quirky record storage and pretty glassware, along with some great gifts and photo frames.
Arket: when you're looking for Scandi-style
Arket has recently crept onto the interiors scene, and is now a firm favourite amongst popular fashion and homeware bloggers alike.
Championed for its simple and laid-back Nordic design, it’s our one-stop-shop for all things Scandi-style. Although it stocks sturdy, great quality products, it’s actually surprisingly affordable - especially considering its cult following. This is definitely one to check out if you need to stock up on some homeware basics.
If there’s a piece of furniture trending on Instagram, chances are it’s from Made.com. Famous for its iconic velvet sofas, the company is all about producing high-end designs without the high-end price tag, and it regularly collaborates with independent designers as well as its in-house design team.
If you’re looking companies with sustainability points, it’s useful to note that Made.com will only make your item after you’ve purchased it, so there’s no unnecessary waste. This also, however, allows the company to be more experimental and bring out new collections on a very regular basis, so, chances are, there’ll always be a design that you love. Check out their lighting and dining table sets if you’re looking for some standout pieces.
Amara: when you want that statement piece
If you’re looking for something really special, Amara is your one-stop-shop for all things luxury. Starting off as a small boutique in 2005, it now stocks collections from over 300 of the world’s leading luxury home brands, and has won awards for its customer care services.
Even if you’re not in the market for luxury homeware, it’s still a great place to head for inspiration – every week, it rounds-up a collection of the best homeware pieces on the market, and you’ll be able to view lots of new collections on the site before they appear anywhere else.
The White Company: when you want minimalist perfection
Sometimes simplicity is best, and if you’re after some beautiful, timeless basics for your home, The White Company is a great place to start.
Stocking a wide range of stylish, high-quality home accessories, furniture and home fragrance products, predominantly in – you guessed it – white, it’s a great place to browse if you love understated luxury or minimalistic interiors.
Don’t forget to check out their Seychelles home fragrance range and chic photo frames.
Joe Browns: when you feel more is MORE
If you’re a fan of maximalist interiors, you’ll love the bold and quirky homewares on Joe Browns. Amongst the lavishly patterned bedding, ornamental lighting options and daring rugs, you’ll also find some unusual kitchenware and jazzy framed art.
This is definitely one to check out if you take the ‘more is more’ approach with your home décor!
La Redoute: when you're after understated style
La Redoute is the home of French fashion and interiors, and delivers its product line from France to customers around the world.
Not only does the brand have an extensive range of sturdy bedroom, bathroom, home office and kitchen furniture, but it also stocks a huge range of trend-driven décor accessories, from cushions and throws to mirrors and wall art, rugs and curtains to lighting and linens.
If you’re in the market for garden and conservatory furniture, there’s also a whole section devoted to that too. Don’t forget to check out their kitchen appliances!
Paperchase: when you're thinking about your home office
We all know Paperchase as the place to go for all things stationary, but along with their cool office storage options, notebooks and pens, they also sell some characterful gifts for the home.
We particularly love their bold geometric mugs, quirky photo frames and coffee table coasters – they’re perfect if you’re on the lookout for some affordable accessories to freshen up your rooms.
Cox & Cox: when you're after simple style
Somerset-based brand Cox & Cox is all about showcasing homeware you won't find elsewhere, so it's one of our favourite places to trawl for an eye-catching statement piece or unique accessory to set off a space. If you love natural materials and boho style, this is definitely the place for you.
Here you'll find almost everything you could want for your home, including furniture, textiles and decorative accessories, as well as its coveted range of super-stylish lighting. While Cox & Cox is a little more expensive than your typical high street brands, look out for the frequent sales offering deep discounts to make it much more affordable.
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If you're looking to buy new home decor items, retailers such as HomeGoods, Michaels, Ikea, Target, and Walmart are some of the best places to buy home decor inexpensively. Online retailers with the best home decor at reasonable prices include Wayfair, Amazon, and Overstock.What stores websites that sell home décor accessories and furnishings have you heard of? ›
- Shop 1stdibs. ABC Carpet & Home. Aspirational, mystical decor. ...
- Shop ABC Carpet & Home. Amazon Home. ...
- Shop Amazon Home. Anthropologie. ...
- Shop Anthropologie. Bed Bath & Beyond. ...
- Shop Bed Bath & Beyond. Brooklinen. ...
- Shop Brooklinen. Burrow. ...
- Shop Burrow. Chairish. ...
- Shop Chairish. Coming Soon.
- Swoon. ...
- West Elm. ...
- La Redoute. ...
- Swyft Home. ...
- Maisons Du Monde. ...
- Rose & Grey. ...
- Graham & Green.
Pottery Barn – Similar to Crate & Barrel, the Pottery Barn UK equivalent is West Elm. Although West Elm is an American store, it's by far the most comparable shop in the UK.Can you shop homesense Online UK? ›
You can't order things online but you can choose items to be delivered in a store. Homesense doesn't have an online store, but if you're in one the shops, you can ask a member of staff to organise a delivery for you - for example if you buy something that doesn't fit in your car.Which is the best online store in UK? ›
- ASOS. Asos is by far one of the best and most popular online fashion retailers in the world. ...
- Boohoo. ...
- Pretty Little Thing. ...
- Misguided. ...
- Dorothy Perkins. ...
- Debenhams. ...
- Boden. ...
- John Lewis.
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Amazon.com is leading the U.S. e-commerce market, with e-commerce net sales of US$125,844 million in 2021 generated in the U.S., followed by walmart.com with US$46,446 million.What is the most popular home decor item? ›
- Wall prints. So often when decorating, we focus on what's on the floor and neglect our walls. ...
- Clocks. A wall clock can be a beautiful decor piece — even if we have the time displayed on just about every device nowadays! ...
- Table lamps. ...
- Cushions. ...
- Candles. ...
- Rugs. ...
- Vases. ...
Wayfair also runs several sister brands like Joss & Main, AllModern, Birch Lane, and Perigold, meaning you rarely have to leave its network of sites to find a piece that matches your style and needs.
Wayfair operates five branded retail websites: the main Wayfair site, Joss & Main, AllModern, Birch Lane, and Perigold.Which brands are owned by the same company? ›
- Hyundai & Kia. ...
- Expedia, Orbitz, Trivago, Hotwire, & Travelocity. ...
- Gain, Tide, Downy, Bounce, & Cheer. ...
- Budweiser, Michelob, & Rolling Rock. ...
- Good Humor, Breyer's, Klondike, Magnum, & Ben & Jerry's. ...
- Facebook & Instagram. ...
- Adidas & Reebok.
Crate & Barrel is one of Pottery Barn's closest competitors when it comes to homewares, and for good reason: They have a great selection of high-quality pieces, decent (though not exactly cheap) prices, a design aesthetic that's clean, classy and tasteful, and brick and mortar stores across the United States.Is there a Walmart in UK? ›
And the answer is, yes – but it's called ASDA!What is the UK version of Walmart? ›
Asda Stores Ltd.
(/ˈæzdə/) (often styled as ASDA) is a British supermarket chain. It is headquartered in Leeds, England. The company was founded in 1949 when the Asquith family merged their retail business with the Associated Dairies company of Yorkshire.
The HomeSense flagship store is located in Westfield Merry Hill, Dudley, England, and opened in May 2010.Why is HomeSense so cheap? ›
Our buyers are opportunistic and entrepreneurial. So when a designer overproduces or other stores overbuy, we swoop in, negotiate the lowest possible price, and pass the savings on!What is the difference between TK Maxx and HomeSense? ›
If it's picture-perfect frames, gorgeous glasses and big brand cookware that you're after, TK Maxx is the one for you. And if it's all of these plus bigger statement pieces like sought-after sofas and covetable cabinets, then Homesense is where your heart is.Who is the number 1 retailer in the UK? ›
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- Asda—The Cheapest Traditional Supermarket in the UK.
- Morrisons—Best Value Delivery Pass.
- Amazon Fresh—Cheapest Same-Day Supermarket Delivery.
- Tesco—Low Rise in Prices in 2021.
- Sainsbury's—The Cheapest Home Delivery Supermarket.
- Iceland—Free Next Day Home Delivery.
Maplin. With over 200 stores in the UK, Maplin is a great alternative to Best Buy in the UK and even has some stores in London. These don't tend to be as big as Currys PC World, but Maplin does sell things like gaming equipment, computers, security systems and more. What is this?What is the most sold item in UK? ›
Other best-selling products in the UK include:
- water bottles.
- led lights.
- bags and totes.
- electric toothbrushes.
- wall art.
- gardening furniture.
- gym machines (like treadmill)
- LED Submersible Lights.
- Scented Candles.
- Portable Projector.
- Bluetooth Speaker.
- Smart Watch.
- Temporary Tattoos.
- Amazon Fashion.
- Urban Outfitters.
- Nordstrom Rack.
- Abercrombie & Fitch.
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You'll see lots of curved chairs, sofas with gently sloping arms, and round poufs in velvet, linen, and nubby boucle fabrics. In addition to natural wood tones and vintage pieces, we'll also see a return of black accent pieces. Marble furniture and accents will also be popular in 2022.What decor is popular now? ›
Earthy textures, organic natural shapes, raw materials, and greenery will all be elements that ground the home for design longevity,' says Milwaukee-based interior designer Anna Franklin of Stone House Collective (opens in new tab).What is the most timeless home decor style? ›
Velvets, cottons and canvas are some of the most popular fabrics to style within a classic, timeless interior for they are elegant without being too ornate. A timeless, classic interior is also well balanced and you'll find there is a play of symmetry. Rooms will be centred around a focal point such as a fireplace.What is the current decor style called? ›
The key elements of contemporary design can be boiled down to simplicity, clean lines, subtle sophistication, and deliberate use of texture. It seamlessly blends classic, timeless elements with very current, modern pieces. It's also a naturally minimal style that should never feel fussy, stuffy, or dated.
- LARGE WINDOWS. The large windows of modern homes are designed to let in as much natural light as possible.
- METAL. ...
- CONCRETE. ...
- WOOD + STONE. ...
- ASYMMETRY. ...
- NATURAL LIGHT. ...
- LARGE SLIDING OR ACCORDION DOORS. ...
- MINIMAL ORNAMENTATION.
- Amazon. Year founded: 1994. Headquarter: Seattle, Washington. ...
- IKEA. Year founded: 1943. Headquarter: Sweden. ...
- Ashley Furniture. Year founded: 1945. ...
- Williams-Sonoma Inc. Year founded: 1956. ...
- Walmart. Year founded: 1962. ...
- RH (Restoration Hardware) Year founded: 1979. ...
- Target. Year founded: 1902. ...
- Costco. Year founded: 1983.
AllModern. AllModern is actually Wayfair's modern sister site.What company is comparable to IKEA? ›
Cost Plus World Market. Known for low prices and frequent sales, World Market is a favorite of anyone looking to step up from IKEA. World Market's style is a slight departure from Scandinavian modernism.Are products from Wayfair made in China? ›
Also of note but separate from the FTC inquiry, TINA.org found that despite the patriotic themes of several items in Wayfair's “Star-Spangled Serveware” collection — including trays, lanterns and dinner plates — many of the products are actually made in China.What's the difference between Wayfair and AllModern? ›
AllModern is Wayfair Inc.'s modern specialty retail brand - selling the best of modern design in a simple, streamlined experience.How legit is Wayfair? ›
Is Wayfair legit? Yes, Wayfair is a legitimate company with safe practices surrounding shopping, shipping and consumer privacy. Wayfair provides customers with a one-stop shopping experience that lets you purchase home goods, furniture and appliances from one site.What is the world's most helpful company? ›
- Intel. As of 2014, Intel became a conflict-free microprocessor manufacturer. ...
- Warby Parker. The eyeglass company follows the TOMS business model: buy one, give one. ...
- TOMS. ...
- Roshan Telecom. ...
- Oliberté ...
- Bloomberg Philanthropies. ...
“In other words, these two investment companies, Vanguard and BlackRock, hold a monopoly in all industries in the world and they, in turn, are owned by the richest families in the world, some of whom are royalty and who have been very rich since before the Industrial Revolution.”What is the UK version of Homegoods? ›
"Home Goods" operates in the UK as "Homesense".Is there wayfair in England? ›
Online homeware store Wayfair.co.uk is known for offering affordable and stylish home furniture and decor, but you can nab more bargains by heading to its 'sale' section, where you'll find limited time deals and a range of home furnishings at a reduced price.
Japandi blends the smooth, modern lines of Scandinavian design with the sleek, functional, elegance of the Japanese aesthetic. It is minimalist yet welcoming, and is all about using neutral tones, lots of textures and natural materials. So far, this trend is standing the test of time.Is decor Australian owned? ›
Décor Managing Director, David Chin, said, “Décor has always been proud to be an Australian-based company, supported by Australians, for Australians.What is cheaper than IKEA in UK? ›
If you're looking to brighten up your home on a budget then Wilko should be your first stop. Wilko are famous for their low prices and they always stock a great range of homeware. So whether you're just picking up a couple of things or stocking a new home, Wilko has you covered.What store in England is like Walmart? ›
Well, Walmart owns a chain of stores in the UK called ASDA. ASDA is Britain's second largest supermarket, and while it started as its own brand back in 1965, the International Walmart Corporation acquired it in 1999. What is this? So it's the closest thing you're going to get to Walmart without actually visiting one!What is another place like Wayfair? ›
What websites are like Wayfair? If you are looking for home decor and furnishings you'll be pleased to know there is a great selection of sites like Wayfair including Birch Lane, Joss & Main, All Modern, Overstock, and One Kings Lane.Is there a UK version of Target? ›
And the answer is, sadly, no. There's no Target in London or the UK!Where is Wayfair UK warehouse? ›
Broadly regarded as Europe's premier logistics location, Magna Park Lutterworth is a revolutionary development. The 750-acre park is situated close to the M1, M6 and M69 roadways and Watling Street — a prime location in the center of England.What are Japandi colors? ›
The “Japandi” style combines the best of both sides: the bright, light color scheme of the Scandinavian style, and the warm and natural one from the Japanese. White is used but dominates the soft colors inspired by nature such as brown, beige and terracotta. The colors must be natural and simple.What is Zen home decor? ›
Bringing Zen principles and philosophy into your home décor is associated with calm and neutral colours, minimalist and simple furniture and decorations, and features that bring balance and clean lines. It is also all about letting the energy flow positively around the space. Done well, the look can be simply stunning.What is Nordic decorating? ›
Scandinavian interior design is a minimal and clutter-free interior design style that emphasizes airy spaces, natural light, and clean lines.
Wayfair (a US company) has no presence in Australia only in Canada, UK & Germany.What company owns decor? ›
Décor acquired by Marlin Home as portfolio expands - Decor.