Giveaway : Luxury Bedding Bundle from Homescapes

Homescapes luxury bedding bundle

Hands up if you have the January blues? You too, huh? Well I’m not surprised, It was Blue Monday earlier this week, which is officially the most depressing day of the year. I don’t know about you but I want to just curl up in bed and stay there until spring. Wouldn’t that be nice? Well, I have a great giveaway I’m launching today which will make the idea of hibernating in bed all that more appealing. For this giveaway, I have teamed up with Homescapes, a British company that manufactures top quality home furnishings and textiles. They have kindly agreed to provide me with a luxury bedding bundle to give away to one lucky Design Sheppard reader.

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Experiments in Styling with Tesco

Tesco SS14 Collection Monochrome Bedroom

As you all know, nobody loves well designed, unique products for the home more than me. Only problem is that they don’t come cheap, and nor should they when you consider all the hard work, creativity and years of experience that go into making them. But when money is tight, like it is for me right now, (having just bought our first flat at the end of last year and then with the arrival of our gorgeous little angel Matylda) these designer goods can become somewhat out of reach and we are forced to look for cheaper alternatives. Luckily there are some really great homeware ranges coming onto the market right now and from some unlikely players. You might have noticed that I have done a few posts recently about the SS14 collections that have been launched by supermarkets. Back in January I featured both Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s, but it seems that they are not the only supermarkets that have upped their game in the style stakes when it comes to homeware.

I was recently contacted by the team at Tesco asking if I would be interested in receiving a sample of products from their relaunched homeware offering by the new design team under the direction of Steven Rowe, to try out and style up for my blog. I must admit I was a little skeptical at first as Tesco isn’t normally the first place that springs to mind when I think of designer homeware. But having had a good look at the range online, I have to admit I was very pleasantly surprised. The products were grouped into a number of trends, namely couture, monochrome, Moroccan, seaside and sherbet crush. Many of the products were very striking and certainly not something I would expect to see down my local supermarket. And even more surprising was the fact that all these items remained in the price range I would expect from my local supermarket. This filled me with a great sense of optimism knowing that it is possible to get a designer look at affordable high street prices. Read More…

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