POUNDLAND is taking on its high-street rivals by bringing out a homeware range with loads of storage pieces – and it’s set to be a hit with Mrs Hinch fans.
The budget store has just launched a 30-piece collection, as part of their of their ‘Big Clean 2020’ campaign, inspired by Sophie Hinchliffe and Marie Kondo.
All the pieces in the new range cost between £1 and £5, and include herb pots, suitcases, storage baskets and a spice rack.
The store is selling the must-have items at a fraction of the cost of their rivals, with Ikea's peg board costing £15, compared to just £2 at the budget store.
If spring cleaning your bedroom is part of your January resolutions, Poundland has got you covered with clothes rails, shoe storage and hanging organisers on sale.
And for anyone who has yet to pack away their festive decorations, Poundland is selling tree, bauble and wrapping paper storage bags for £2 each.
A spokesperson for Poundland said: “Decluttering is on everyone’s to do list for January and our new storage range will allow shoppers to make positive changes to their homes – without the Marie Kondo price tag.”
But as Poundland doesn't sell online, you'll need to head to your nearest store to bag yourself a bargain.
Plus can you tell the bargain homeware from its expensive designer double?
And Holly Willoughby announced to fans she was releasing her own bedding collection with Dunelm.
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