If you haven’t already heard of Made.com (or seen one of their Tube posters if you live in London) you probably soon will. Promising original furniture design at affordable prices, Made.com is part of a new breed of retailers offering products directly from the makers. At Savoo we decided to put Made.com to the test, with the unexpected help of our office dog Spud…Tudor RedWhen we were asked by Made.com to do a review of one of their products, we had a hard time choosing what to pick. But as
A few weeks ago at Savoo we gave you our top tips for a cheap home makeover. One of our favourite ideas was upcycling: refreshing old pieces of furniture into new and improved versions using creativity and a bit of DIY. Here we go into detail about how to upcycle a chair, including a step by step guide to distressing and upholstering.Distressing a ChairBefore distressing your chair, unscrew the seat from the bottom so you are left with just the frame.Choose two paint colours: a principle colour and
Want to revamp your home but don’t have the money in the bank to do it? Well, with a bit of time, creativity and determination there are a number of ways you can spruce up a house- for less than the cost of a new TV! Here are Savoo’s top tips for cheap home improvements (along with some handy discount codes to help you along the way).Charity shopsBy charity shops, we don’t mean exorbitant ‘antique stores’ where everything is christened ‘Vintage’ and overpriced
Grey is the hottest neutral these days: dark moody greys, slate greys, cool greys and charcoal make the perfect backdrop for a pop of colour. Embrace the trend and get your home ready for winter with these luxury homeware items from across the web (complement with metallics, bright florals and sparkle where necessary).1) Luxurious Supersoft Fake Fur Throw in Husky: £185 from Cox & Cox. Save 25% with our discount code.2) Nickel Fisheye Mirror: £120 from French Connection. Get free
SEPTEMBER is a busy month for moving house as the market property picks up after the summer slowdown. But as anyone in the process of upping sticks will know, moving to a new home does not come cheap.That said, while there are some costs that can’t be avoided – such as stamp duty, legal fees, the cost of a survey and estate agent commission – there are certain costs that can be trimmed back.Here at Savoo we’ve compiled some top tips to help you move into your new place without breaking
It might be National BBQ Week, but with most of the UK being pelted with rain you might want to move the grill to the garage! Luckily at Savoo we have plenty of great deals to keep you busy this week, whatever the weather.Deal #1: British summer is just around the corner (promise!), so get ready for the sunshine with a proper BBQ that will last you for years to come: no more disposable disasters. B&Q is offering 20% off its Bondi Gas BBQ until June 2.Deal #2: Getting your garden prepared for
Haggle – according to MSE.com, Homebase is the UK’s top store to haggle in so try bartering for a cheaper price.
Furniture Village offer a Price Promise on everything they sell - including items on offer. If you've already purchased your item, contact Furniture Village before you get it delivered for a refund of the difference or if you're planning to make the purchase, let them know where you've seen it cheaper and they'll match it.
The more you spend, the more you save. You will receive 5% off orders over £500 and 10% off orders over £1000.
Invite your friends to shop with World Stores and, once they've placed their first order, they will send you a £15 discount voucher, plus they'll give your friend one too!
If you're looking for a really great price on some stunning furniture then you need to have a look at the Lombok Outlet. You'll find ex display stock and last pieces ready for clearance. Whether you're looking for a bed, a mirror or a dining table, you'll be sure to get an excellent buy.