Among my nearest and dearest there are A LOT of birthdays in January, February and March. A Lot. And with Christmas merely the month before, it makes for a solid 4 months of gorgeous gift buying and not much room for spending pennies on myself (or more temptingly, my house). So when it was mentioned in a RMS group chat that there was an impending ASOS home range, my thoughts were “Yay!! Love ASOS” and “Crap!! There goes my grocery budget”. But with their pieces starting from just £6, the budget is safe.
The initial release has been quite small, however, as we all know, ASOS could have approximately 7,244 more things on there by the end of the week. So now that the products are on the virtual shelves, I thought I’d share some of our favourites of the new affordable ASOS SUPPLY range as well as a few from the other homeware brands they usually stock. I’m eyeballing some of these as potential gifts for the abundance of birthdays I need to buy for.
First up, I had never noticed before but was pleasantly surprised to see the biodegradable bamboo range by Zuperzozial. The pastel shades are just gorgeous, being light bamboo, they would make excellent summer picnicware.
I love the dipped blue and x & o’s of the Root 7 dipped teapot. Would make a gorgeous gift for any tea lover.
Shout out to designed in Scotland brand Mimo! This minimal rose gold mirror with stand is so simple and so chic.
How cute is this little Kikkerland bulb light?! And every part of me wants the satisfaction of flipping that flip switch. There are not enough products with flip switches these days if you ask me. It’s also battery operated so would be ideal for camping/travel and only £8 to boot!
I am very much plant obsessed and just about to paint our bathroom dark navy, so I’m considering these gorgeous Umbra white wall planters for making my succulents pop (I’m not sure why that sounds as rude as it does…).
And whilst not very large, this adorable little heart shaped basket would be perfect for storing flannels in a bathroom/ muslin cloths in a nursery or such like.
I don’t think terrazzo made quite the impact last year it was predicted to, there was a lot of talk of it overtaking marble, which it certainly hasn’t. But I still love it. And this beauty of a face mirror with it’s nude and grey flecks would make a great bathroom or dresser addition.
Macrame, however, seems to be here to stay. Although I’ve noticed a sway towards natural rope as opposed to white. And this little macrame hanging plant pot by ASOS isn’t going to break the bank at £20.
And finally, I have no idea why I’m always attracted to pots and trinket dishes. Often I haven’t the foggiest what I would put in there. But I can’t help myself and I’m contemplating this black and wooden trinket dish as a makeup brush holder/jewellery tray for my dresser.
Will you be visiting ASOS for homeware and gifts rather than just that emergency next day outfit replacement in future?