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B&M’s new furniture range looks designer but will save you more than £200

Mirror logo Mirror 3 days ago Melisha Kaur

Budget store B&M has launched a new range of homeware with affordable dupes of designer furniture items.

With lockdown restrictions still in place, the stylish and minimalist collection gives UK shoppers a perfect opportunity to spruce up their spaces in time for when we can have guests round again.

The new homeware range features products that look strikingly similar to big name brands - and can save shoppers more than £250. Sounds good to us.

Some highlights include chic statement mirrors, luxurious velvet chairs and an art deco-style drinks trolley. You can find similar designs from the likes of Next and Oliver Bonas.

B&M's blush velvet chair is priced at £100 and resembles a £395 design from Oliver Bonas.


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Meanwhile, the bargain retailer's drinks trolleys will set you back just £40 and is similar to Graham & Green 's £300 offering.

There's also a chic-looking black side table for only £15. Featuring cane detailing, it's ideal for displaying ornaments or books.

Other items include a mirror with a gold arch (£55), a beautifully designed children's dressing table (£50) and storage baskets with a pom pom design (from £6).

B&M currently has over 600 stores across the UK. To find out your nearest, visit bmstores.co.uk.

Shoppers should only visit their local store if they are doing an essential shop.

In case you didn't know, B&M recently launched a £125 hanging egg chair that’s perfect for summer.

It comes after the budget store's other hanging egg chairs went down a storm with UK shoppers and even cleaning guru Mrs Hinch.

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