5 Underrated Home Improvement Shops

Home improvement shops are everywhere. Whether it’s online or offline, there’s an abundance available for all of our home improvement needs, which can often leave you feeling overwhelmed.

If you’re still trying to find the perfect shop, check out our top home improvement shops that are definitely worth a visit!

Home Improvement Shops:

5. The Range

Home improvment shops: The Range sofa from Zara collection range

The name says it all –  you will find a huge range of home items, everything from DIY to home accessories, garden and pets. The Range offers high value and good quality items, making it one of the more affordable options from the list. With a vast amount of products, you will not struggle to find something suitable to buy here. Whether you are looking for something specific or inexpensive to spruce up your home improvement, The Range is the place to go.

Visit The Range

4. Dunelm


home improvement shops: Dunelm living room

Dunelm is similar to The Range as they offer an extensive range of home items, but they focus more on quality and their prices reflect this. With a similar product range including small items and accessories, alternating between the two stores will never leave you disappointed.

Visit Dunelm

3. Habitat

Home improvement shops: Habibtat black dining room

That home item you purchased from Argos or Sainsburys? It may actually indeed be a Habitat item. All part of the same group, you can pick up quality Habitat items from these retailers other than Habitat itself. However, online is where you need to go as Habitat’s easy to use website contains some really useful buying guides.

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2. Oak Furniture Solutions

Home improvement shops: Oak Furniture Solutions dining table

Often compared or confused with Oak Furniture Land, Oak Furniture Solutions is heralded as the cheaper alternative. With a similar product list, Oak Furniture Solutions is available online, in store and on mobile with their mobile and tablet responsive website.

Of course, the special product is Oak Furniture, so if this is what you’re after, look no further – you are almost guaranteed to find something of interest and at an affordable price.

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1. HomeSense – In Store only

Home improvement shops: HomeSense furntiure

When it comes to home improvement shops, HomeSense is the John Lewis or House of Fraser equivalent as a budget price. If you don’t want to pay the premium, then look out for your nearest HomeSense store who offer items of a similar style at a much more affordable price range. HomeSense is focused on providing great value and has been around for a while. They are a part of the TK Maxx family and currently have 44 stores nationwide.

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