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ASOS Unveils First Ever Homeware Collection

ASOS Unveils First Ever Homeware Collection

ASOS has just unveiled its first ever homeware collection, and not only is it adorable but it's reasonably priced too.

The collection is inspired by bright colours and seasonal trends, consisting of just about everything from faux plants to light up wall mirrors. If you fancy a revamp in your home but can't afford to fully redecorate then ASOS' collection could brighten up your home for a fraction of the cost.

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It is made up of three different themes: Global Traveller, which is a subtle hint to the adventurous 70s and features Asian and other worldly inspired items for the eco-conscious such as hand-woven wicker baskets and rattan; Cool Minimal is exactly what it says on the tin, and it includes clean items designed to keep the home tidy and chic; Eclectic Luxe is a combination of bold statement pieces from pom poms to jazzy printed kitchen china.

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Credit: ASOS

The diverse collection starts with items costing as little as £10, so it's bound to be a hit following its release on 4th February.

As if heading to ASOS.com wasn't already tempting enough in terms of filling our baskets to the brim with new clothes, we're bound to end up spending a fortune thanks to the brand-new homeware collection too.

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Here are some of our favourite items already on ASOS...

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Credit: ASOS
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Credit: ASOS
Credit: ASOS
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No matter how reasonably priced the range is, this is not going to be good for our bank balance. The full collection is available to purchase online from 4th February.

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Topics: Style, Homeware, Home, Style News, ASOS

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at Tyla. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on [email protected]

 

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