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Our range of affordable home products has been created to cover every room and all the needs you may have. Our collection includes Kitchen appliances, Kitchen Storage, Bedding and Bedroom Essentials, Powerful Vacuum Cleaners, Luxury Candles, Filter Coffee Machines and more. We also stock a number of huge brands including Hoover, Morphy Richards, Yankee Candle, De'Longhi, Kenwood and more. Home is where the heart is and we have everything you need to keep yours running.

What is homeware?

Homeware includes all the things you use to make your home comfortable and look nice. This includes things like dishes, pots, and utensils for your kitchen, as well as things to decorate your home, like picture frames, vases, and pillows. It also has things like sheets, towels, curtains, furniture, lamps, and places to store your stuff. All these items help make your house feel like a home by adding comfort and style.

What home appliances use the most electricity?

Appliances that use the most electricity tend to be those that generate heat, cool large spaces, or are used for extended periods. Here are some of the top electricity-consuming appliances in a typical home:

Air Conditioners: Central air conditioning units are among the highest consumers of electricity, especially in hot climates where they run frequently to cool entire homes.

Heating Systems: Electric furnaces and heaters consume a large amount of electricity, particularly in colder months when they are used to heat homes.

Water Heaters: Electric water heaters are constantly working to keep a large tank of water hot and ready for use, which requires a significant amount of electricity.

Refrigerators and Freezers: These appliances run continuously to keep food cold or frozen, making them significant electricity users, especially older, less efficient models.

Clothes Dryers: These appliances use a lot of electricity because they generate a lot of heat over a relatively short period to dry clothes quickly.

Ovens and Ranges: Electric ovens and ranges, especially when used frequently for baking or cooking at high temperatures, can consume a lot of electricity.

Dishwashers: Particularly when using heated dry cycles, dishwashers can use a significant amount of electricity.

Washing Machines: While not as high as dryers, washing machines, especially older models and those with heated water cycles, also use a noticeable amount of electricity.

Dehumidifiers: In humid climates, dehumidifiers can run frequently and use a substantial amount of electricity to remove moisture from the air.

What are soft furnishings?

Soft furnishings refer to items in a home that are made from fabric and used to enhance the comfort and appearance of the living space. These items are often used to add colour, texture, and warmth to rooms. Common types of soft furnishings include:

Cushions and Pillows: These are used on sofas, chairs, and beds to provide extra comfort and decorative accents.

Curtains and Drapes: Made from various fabrics, these cover windows to control light and add privacy, while also contributing to the room’s decor.

Blankets and Throws: Used for warmth and comfort on beds, sofas, and chairs, these can also add a splash of colour or texture to a room.

Rugs and Carpets: Soft underfoot, these provide warmth, reduce noise, and are an essential part of a room’s aesthetic.

Bed Linen: This includes sheets, duvet covers, bedspreads, and pillowcases, which are functional but also contribute to the bedroom's decor.

Towels: Including bath and hand towels, these are essential for comfort and can also be used to enhance the bathroom's style with various colours and patterns.

Upholstery: The fabric coverings on furniture like sofas, armchairs, and ottomans fall into this category, defining much of the furniture’s look and feel.

Table Linens: Items such as tablecloths, placemats, napkins, and runners are used to protect and decorate tables.