George at ASDA homeware has stepped up and into spring – babe, you need to check this out.
I know when a piece of homeware is good, especially when it takes me by surprise because I immediately want to send it to everyone I know and love on WhatsApp.
To save spamming my nearest and dearest from ‘this is so you’ and ‘how gorgeous is this’, I thought I’d share it with you, someone who actually wants to listen to my homeware fawning.
So are you ready to discover gingham bedding, floral cushions and scalloped edging, cuz, same.
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I thought I’d start off strong and with the piece that initially peaked my interest, this cushion. How adorable is this; that colour combo is perfection.
Lilac scallop trim cushion – £10
How perfect would these edges look peeping out from under your top pillow?
Lilac scalloped pillowcase pair – £8
Towels often get overlooked, but they can be a great styling piece for your bathroom; this pattern would be such a nice way to jazz up the room.
Modern cottage check towel range – from £5
Seersucker is such a lovely material to sleep with because it stays feeling fresh and crisp; it’s got that ‘just out the wash’ feeling to it and the natural creases means it low maintenance too.
Lilac gingham seersucker reversible duvet set – from £13
These would not look out of place in a high-end department store; at ten pounds for two, they’re a steal.
White and yellow hand-painted gingham vase, set of two – £10
This is a cottage-core cushion of dreams and I want it on my sofa immediately.
Green floral round cushion – £8
Where there is gingham, there is joy. That is all.
Gingham check cotton cushion – £10
Striped bedding and me are like crossed fingers – couldn’t tear us apart if you tried.
Lilac watercolour stripe frill duvet set – from £13
Yellow watercolour stripe frill duvet set – from £13
Too cutesy? Never.
Mint house-shaped cushion – from £8