Transform a wall with Poundland’s fine art prints and frames for just £1
Looking to refresh and update your walls? Bold prints and inspirational quotes can work well as a gallery wall, and good news you can pick them up for just £1 from Poundland’s latest spring collection.
If you’re looking to give a quick but effective update to a plain wall (in the hallway or a teenager’s bedroom, for example), you can inject color and personality with these original prints, and it will do. barely a dent in your pocket.
From a pineapple print to a palm leaf motif and a motivational “the best is yet to come” quote, Poundland says shoppers have purchased these colorful prints, which come in three sizes – 6×8 (set of 4 ), 8×10 (set of 4) and A3 (single).
Alternatively, you can frame your favorite family photos and create a gallery wall with frames of different sizes. (Need some advice on creating a gallery wall? Follow these eight steps.).
And of course, it’s all just £1 each.
Prints and frames launched at Poundland alongside a wider homewares collection including storage solutions, candles, faux succulents, vases, bathroom accessories and kitchen essentials, all inspired by key trends such as terrazzo, botanical and safari.
“Our exciting new range of SS19 homewares have launched for just £1 to a nation of discerning shoppers who want to inject style into their homes,” a Poundland spokesperson said. “We understand that buyers are looking for great pieces that will give their home a new look without breaking the bank. Money is tight for many people, so simple home updates like a beautiful framed print or quirky vase are the perfect solution.
Shoppers raved about the new collection on Instagram, showing off their best deals and how they styled it at home.
If you’re impressed with Poundland’s latest offering, the retailer promises more to come: “We’ll continue to deliver inspiring home ideas for less than the price of a cup of tea!”
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