Get a first look at River Island's new homeware range – and it starts at just £5

You're going to love this…

River Island has revealed its first homeware range and trust us, you're going to love it. The fashion brand has given a peek at the range – which goes on sale on 25 September – and it includes an eclectic mix of colours and prints that will add some personality to your home, all for as little as £5.

The 160-piece collection is centred on three trends; Scandi-Luxe, Electric Opulence and Baby Doll, which offer something for all tastes. And as well as smaller budget buys like coasters and candles, you'll also find larger items including furniture – a highlight includes a pair of nesting hexagonal tables which are an affordable buy at £85, while the cream and pink pouffe (£150) will add a quirky finishing touch to any room.

The Electric Opulence trend is vibrant and eclectic

Other top picks include an array of cushions, which will provide an instant fashion-forward update to your sofa or bed, while pieces such as a leopard print faux fur throw, geometric woven rug and paisley cushions take inspiration from some of the season's biggest fashion trends and bring them into interiors.

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Scandi-Luxe will add some Nordic style to your home

River Island announced the launch of RI Home in August, revealing that it will be available in selected stores and online this autumn with prices ranging from £5 to £275. "The launch of our brand-new RI Home division heralds the beginning of an exciting chapter for us," Dayna Sofair, Head of Homeware Buying, said in a statement.

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Baby Doll is a kitsch homeware trend

"Style doesn't end at our clothes. Where we eat, the fragrance we wear and the way we decorate our homes says as much about us as our favourite pair of jeans. With this in mind, we wanted to give our customer the chance to bring some of that signature River Island style and personality out of the wardrobe and into their homes."

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