Dunelm Mill is one of those shops that I always check out first whenever I'm buying anything for the house. It's also great for all kinds of fabric and bits you'd need for making blinds and curtains. They even sell sewing machine items! Staff are always really helpful and you always find what you need. They even help you out to your car with stuff! The large customer car park out the front is a big bonus. Prices are much cheaper that your high street stores and they have a vast selection of everything! It's definitely the place to start. I can't recommend this place highly enough.
This is a reasonable homeware shop, it has lots of things like cushions, bed linen, blankets and duvets. There's also a vast selection of towels, it's quite superstore like inside, in a retail park with a few other large shops.
Their wares are reasonably priced, generally there's a sale on or a large discount on everything. Basically if you need any kind of textiles, they've got it. There is also a large customer car park which is handy as you probably wouldn't like to leave your car around in radford!
This place was perfect in fresher's week, and I was able to buy many cushions and bathroom bits to personalise my identikit room in halls. Prices are reasonable, so you can pick up some nice looking stuff, I myself bought everything in a vintage 'flock design' such as a toothbrush stand. They also have a lot of fake flowers and cheap vases, so your room can look like something out of Grand Designs. Try not to go overboard though, as it can all add up and it may be cheaper to go to Asda for some bits.
Cant rate this place enough. It has everything for the home you could possibly need, from curtains to cushions, from plates to mops, wide selection of pictures, rugs and materials. Sewing items, sewing machines, toilet furnishinings, massive selection of every colour towel and all really very well priced. I was able to fit wooden venitian blinds to my whole house for £100. Great shop.
This shop has , in my opinion gone downhill over the last couple of years . They were one of the best places in Nottingham to pick up bits and pieces of home wares at reasonable prices . It was enjoyable to browse . The layout has been changed and not for the better and the prices have risen . I used to go a few times a year to look around but I've stopped doing that now .
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