SHOPPERS have been raving about Poundland’s beautiful new homeware range which includes items for the kitchen from just £2.
The collection features glass boxes and canisters which look remarkably like the clear storage boxes from Netflix’s hit show The Home Edit.
Perfect for those watching the pennies after Christmas, Poundland’s new glass jars cost £2, with the wooden-topped boxes priced at £4.
There is also a spices lazy Susan for £2, similar to the ones in the organisational show.
And if you want to truly go the whole Home Edit hog, there are stickers so you can label up all of your impeccable jars.
One shopper took a photo of the range, and uploaded it to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.
They wrote: “Popped into poundland this evening before it closed and they where bringing out the new range of kitchen ware out.
“Think prices ranged from £2-£5.
“Vinyl stickers came in pink, grey or black and they had full words or just letters.
“Dishes are thick glass not sure if it’s only me who finds ikea glass storage to be quiet thin but these are great quality for money.”
THE HOME EDIT
The Home Edit sees extreme home organisers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin fully transform celebrity and everyday houses.
Their signature style is using clear boxes so items are colour-coordinated and ordered in a system that is easy to see.
On the Netflix show, the unstoppable duo have tackled the homes of Reese Witherspoon, Khloe Kardashian and Eva Longoria in their quest for neatness.
And thanks to Poundland, savvy shoppers can replica the style without forking out a fortune.
Many people seemed keen to snap up the chic items, with one saying: “guess where we're going tomorrow.”
Another added: “omggggg I need.”
And one wrote: “Need a trip to poundland.”
We previously shared how The Home Edit fans went wild for B&M’s £1.99 plastic storage which organisational queen Stacey Solomon would love.
And here is where to buy all The Home Edit’s iconic boxes and organisers for a fraction of the cost & some are just a quid.
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