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  • n. homewares


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  • A lot of products, such as homeware and electrical goods, are actually cheaper.


  • "But the money would not necessarily encourage people to spend more on discretionary items such as homeware and apparel, which are suffering under the current economic climate. | Top Stories

  • "There is a new middle class of savvy consumers," says Simon Susman, the chief executive of clothing, homeware and food retailer Woolworths Holdings Ltd.

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  • Today's holiday brochures boast bargains like an Argos catalogue; instead of homeware and cheap electronics, we find tigers, temples and tribal villages.

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  • Curiosities, retro homeware, vintage tattooing and retro hair might also be on your shopping list.

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  • Stores were awash with early December sales and M&S was forced to run a series of 25%-off discount days on its clothing and homeware ranges before Christmas to draw in shoppers.

    Price Cuts Weigh on U.K. Retailers

  • Bookends has been going since 1975, stocking a wide range of products from homeware and DVDs to toys and jewellery.

    Independent bookshops in south-west of the UK

  • The shop sells a lot besides books, including art prints, homeware and DVDs.

    Independent bookshops in London

  • Watermill BookshopMill Street, Aberfeldy, Perthshire PH15 2BG, 01887 822896Over three floors of a beautifully restored and converted listed building, the Watermill houses a gallery, homeware store, bookshop and cafe.

    Independent bookshops in Scotland

  • Art prints, postcards, homeware and DVDs are also for sale.

    Independent bookshops in London


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