Primark's luxe new home accessories will overhaul your entire living space

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Whether you're planning a New Year declutter or simply want to revamp your living room, you won't want to miss Primark's new home collection.

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The high street retailer has released a new line of minimalistic home accessories including candles, vases and cushions, and they look way more expensive than they cost – with prices starting from just £1.

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Muted tones of cream, white and black run across the entire collection, including waffle and tufted textured cushions, and decorative vases that would provide an on-trend update to any living room.

Meanwhile, the photo frames, plant pots and ornaments will all help to refresh your bedroom or home office, and are available for as little as £2.50 apiece.


Primark's new home collection starts at just £1

Highlights include the abstract ornaments and female form vases that wouldn't look out of place at Kim Kardashian's minimalistic mansion, while the monochrome framed wall art is reminiscent of pieces that Prince Harry and Meghan have on display at their home in Montecito.


The collection features everything from photo frames to cushions

We can imagine it won't be long until home organisation queen Stacey Solomon snaps up the brand's new glass canisters for her kitchen either. Available in several different sizes and with wooden handle-topped lids, they offer the sleek aesthetic as seen in the pristine pantries of stars like Kourtney Kardashian at a fraction of the price, ranging between £3.50 and £4.

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Glass kitchen canisters are priced between £3.50-£5

The full collection is available in stores now, and will no doubt be snapped up quickly. It taps into one of the biggest interior design trends for 2022, with neutral tones and curved furnishings and accessories all tipped to be must-haves.

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