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ASOS makes it debut into homewares with a bumper collection of affordable pieces ASOS makes it debut into homewares with a bumper collection of affordable pieces ASOS makes it debut into homewares with a bumper collection of affordable pieces ASOS makes it debut into homewares with a bumper collection of affordable pieces ASOS makes it debut into homewares with a bumper collection of affordable pieces

ASOS makes it debut into homewares with a bumper collection of affordable pieces

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably whiled away a fair few hours in your time trawling through online clothing mecca ASOS. The retail giant has long been a go-to for affordable fashion, with a healthy mix of big-name brands and its own eponymous label pieces. Well, folks, in news that is great for your decor (and dangerous for your Afterpay account) ASOS has just made its first foray into the homewares realm.


Named ASOS SUPPLY, the brand is keeping things simple for its debut drop. Released worldwide on February 5, the collection includes kitchen and bathroom accessories, throws, storage solutions and recycled glassware. True to its brand, ASOS SUPPLY has something for every kind of homemaker – from minimalist wooden bowls to bright and punchy bed linen, there are options to suit all kinds of spaces and decorating schemes. ASOS’ in-house team has designed the collection with the intention of pieces being flexible and adaptable – and with prices starting at just $20, you can afford to mix and match.

The ASOS SUPPLY first release has been grouped into three distinct categories – Eclectic Luxe, Cool Minimal and Global Traveller. Eclectic Lux spans a mixture of products and fabrics with a distinct retro feel, such as bold statement plates and recycled glassware. As the name suggests, the Cool Minimal products keep it more low-key with soft furnishings, simplistic brushstroke patterns and clean lines. Finally, Global Traveller gives a nod to 1970s-inspired aesthetics – think colour pops and quirky palettes.

If you want to kit out your home with some new goodness without breaking the bank, you can shop ASOS SUPPLY online.



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