Home Bargains fans go crazy for new bamboo wood kitchenware collection with prices starting at £1.99

WANT to give your kitchenware an upgrade without spending a fortune?

Home Bargain shoppers are going crazy for their new bamboo wood kitchenware collection, with prices starting at just £1.99.

A user shared a photo of the new collection on the popular Facebook group Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK, and was clearly obsessed with the new range posting a heart-eyed emoji along with the photos.

Home Bargain's new collection features a variety of different kitchenware including these adorable storage containers with bamboo wood lids.

The storage containers come in a variety of sizes and are perfect to store tea and coffee or pantry staples like sugar and flour.

They come in two sizes and would look fitting in any Pinterest-inspired kitchen.

The smaller sized containers cost just £1.99 whilst the bigger ones, which would be ideal for storing pasta or cereal come in at just £2.99.

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The new range also features a variety of chopping boards, which would also look fitting as a cheeseboard and come as a set with two different sizes for £1.99.

It also features a bamboo serving tray for £3.99 and a giant serving bowl for £7.99, perfect for hosting dinner parties.

Bamboo homeware has made a big comeback and is increasingly popular to use in homeware and kitchenware, it's light wooden tone means it fits in with pretty much any interior design and it's also incredibly sustainable.

The post proved largely popular, with over 800 people liking the post so far and over 700 people commenting on it.

"Oooooh look at those jars I think I just got a little excited!!" Exclaimed one user.

Another user couldn't wait to get their hands on the new range; "I want these for my kitchen!"

A third person commented: "What dreams are made of."

For more home interiors, check out this expert's top tips for transforming your home for under a tenner.

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Meanwhile, I redid my grotty garden, it was unrecognisable after and I only spend £100.


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