Studio has launched a new online value homewares range to offer consumers affordable products as the cost-of-living crisis continues.

The online retailer’s Homelife collection consists of 300 cost-effective items spanning home accessories, dinnerware, bedding, bathroom goods and furniture.

The cheapest item is a pillowcase priced at £3 while the most expensive is a wardrobe costing £160.

A 12-piece set consisting of dinner plates, side plates, bowls and mugs is available for £22, while beds, chests of drawers and office chairs start at £45, £49 and £60 respectively.

The range has been curated to meet customer demand during the cost-of-living crisis following shopper feedback and an increase in searches for “more affordable, more budget-friendly homewares solutions”. head of home and leisure Heather Bailey said: “The Homelife collection is a natural progression for Studio, and we are delighted to be able to bring such an affordable homeware range to our customers without compromising on quality. 

“Homelife is a timeless, coordinated, and easy-to-shop collection that will refresh any home without a huge price tag. There’s something for everyone and for every budget.”