The TK Maxx lighting collection is so varied. The discount store is stocked up really well with lighting at the minute, with the biggest choice online. I never see a range like this in the actual stores, which is why I tend to do more TK Maxx shopping online.
Here’s my pick of what’s new in lighting to snap up right now. Run, don’t walk! The good stuff never lasts long.
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Latest from TK Maxx lighting
This blue and brass one is a classic that would fit in pretty much any interior.
Smaller in scale, but just as lovely, is this pink cylinder lamp. Bonus points for a couple of great details – it carries the pink colour inside the lamp, which should give a much softer glow than white. Also look at the fabric cable, which looks so much better than plastic.
This rust toned chandelier seems like a biggie, at 66cm across, and is a bit more boho. Picture this twinkling in an entrance hall or porch.
Snakeskin print is everywhere just now – you may have noticed this in fashion stores. The products at TK Maxx lighting are keeping pace.
So this reptile print table lamp would give you an instant update for a gloomy corner. It’s reasonably understated in shades of black and metallics.
This velvet fringed one is my favourite, channeling some boho chic, like something you’d see sparkling on the set of Vanity Fair.
At 75cm high, it’s sizeable, so would definitely add some major interiors impact. The details are great – metallic fringing and sequins, brass base, and lovely etched glass to reflect the light.
And the lights just get madder from here! In my mind, this chandelier is meant for a cool kid’s room. It looks a bit like a fairytale hat. Zoom in for the coloured details. There are a few more quirky chandeliers like this one online.
Shopping online at TK Maxx
I love to shop online at TK Maxx, and have been doing so for a few years, even though there’s a great store nearby. It means you don’t miss the latest products, as they have a New In section on their site menu, which seems to get updated daily.
You can choose home delivery for £3.99 (free if you spend over £75) or click and collect from your local store for £1.99 (free if you spend over £50). I’ve done both. Delivery is speedy and they keep you well informed about delivery progress.
TK Maxx also offers a next day delivery service for £6.99, if you’re really desperate to get your hands on your bargain.
You can return products to your local store if you change your mind. You can also return by post, but you pay the postal charges yourself.
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