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Check out our round-up of the standout deals from The Hut's Homeware Event, including on-trend brands like Le Creuset, Nkuku and Ferm Living
Looking for homeware deals? We've always got our eyes peeled for savings on everything from dinnerware to bath towels - if you're a bargain-hunter like us, we reckon you won't want to miss The Hut's Homeware Event.
The Hut stocks items from a range of familiar household names like Ted Baker, Le Creuset and Denby - and the great news is that they're all among the brands included in the mega sale.
With so many products on offer, the choice can be overwhelming - so we've picked out some of our favourite deals to help you get started. Read on for our picks!
The Hut's homeware event is a two-week savings extravaganza which will see discounts of up to 40% on leading homeware brands.
These include big names like Brabantia and BRITA, to help you organise your home with practical everyday living solutions and smart storage.
You'll also find a host of boutique decor brands like Nkuku, Bloomingville and Ferm Living and so you can add the finishing touches to your home with artistic ornaments and accessories.
The event runs from 17th May to 31st May, so you've got two weeks to grab a bargain. Even better, there's no need to enter any codes - just start shopping and your discount will be automatically applied at checkout. Simply go to The Hut's Event Page to get started.
Is there a more uplifting sight for any keen home cook than Le Creuset's signature casserole dish? Because it's made of cast iron and enamel, this versatile dish can be used on the hob as well as in the oven, and then served up at the table. The iconic French cookware brand is never cheap, but a purchase is an investment in a lifetime of use. You can get the signature 28cm casserole dish - large enough to feed a hungry family - in classic cerise for £244, down from £305.
Once associated with fusty old-fashioned living rooms, the humble magazine rack is back with a vengeance. Forget the plain wooden racks of old, however - the modern magazine rack comes in a variety of trend-conscious styles.
For instance, the Herman magazine stand from Danish interiors brand Ferm Living combines a canvas cotton bag, leather laces and brass studs to create the feel of a vintage postbag - and until 31st May it's yours for £60 (RRP £75). Fill with magazines and newspapers, or why not use it to hold documents and folders in your home office - and if you're in need of bigger storage solutions, don't miss our guide to stylish filing cabinets!
If you're a lover of Scandinavian style looking to bring the look into your home, the best place to start is at the source! Danish designers Broste Copenhagen are one of the leading interiors brands in Scandinavia, and in The Hut's Homeware Event you can save a whopping £35.70 on their trendy two-tone Ingvar vase, (RRP £119, now £83.30).
Each vase is individually mouth-blown and given a lightly hammered finish, in Indian Tan brown glass with a clear diagonal streak at the base. Why not fill it with dried grasses and twigs for the ultimate Nordic natural look?
Denby are among the quintessential English ceramics brands, producing hand-crafted stoneware from their Derbyshire factory since 1809. Look beyond everyday plates, bowls and mugs, and you'll see that Denby offers a range of more specialised dinnerware, including these gorgeous glazed rice bowls.
An ideal gift for anyone who enjoys cooking East Asian cuisine, these dusky pink bowls are also the perfect size for serving anything from cereal to soup to desserts. And best of all, you can now enjoy 20% off the £40 RRP - buy four for £32 in the Homeware Event!
Bloomingville are known for their stripped-back style, influenced by Scandinavian design and its focus on simplicity and natural materials. For instance, this Loue bench is woven in sturdy, undyed rattan, giving it a laid-back, boho vibe.
What we really like about the Loue bench is how versatile it is. It would look fantastic as a boot room bench, but could also serve as an unusual console table - just accessorise it with some stylish books, candles and ornaments. You could even pull it up to the dinner table to accommodate extra guests. Now available for £175.20, a 20% discount on its £219 RRP.
The Brabantia Bo made the cut in our pick of the best kitchen bins on the market, so we don't need to tell you we love it! With curved lines inspired by midcentury modern furniture, this is a bin with bags of style. Plus, its wide but shallow design means it can fit into narrow spaces in your kitchen.
The matt steel body has a fingerprint-proof finish, meaning no constant wiping to keep it shining! Inside, you'll find a generous 36L capacity bin bucket, with an inner rim to keep the liner in place.
Christy are a household name when it comes to high-quality bathroom towels, and we love the on-trend basket weave look of their Brixton range, pictured here in vibrant terracotta. Made of 100% cotton, these textured towels come with Okeo-Tex Made in Green certification guaranteeing that they are manufactured with respect for workers and the environment.
Wrap yourself up in the luxuriously large bath sheets - a set of two usually goes for £68, but you can pick it up for £54.40 in The Hut's Homeware Event.
Nkuku is one of our favourite destinations for quirky homeware - the English brand works with artisans around the world to create unique items inspired by diverse cultures, with an emphasis on sustainable materials.
Rectangular and round mirrors can be found anywhere, but this vintage-look glass wall mirror has a slight bell-shape flair to it that adds a real eye-catching quality to the piece. We'd style it in a hallway, but it would work in a living room, bedroom or even as a bathroom mirror. Just knock in a nail and suspend from the attached zinc chain and you're done! Previously £79.95, you can grab it for £63.96 until 31st May.
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