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This week, home expert Alison Cork brings you amazing winter offers for your home.

 

Make your wall wonderful

Every room in your home should make a statement, so make yours with a wall mural from Interiors by Ruben. The eye catching designs are printed onto four pieces of high quality durable wallpaper which create an overall size of W10.4 X H7.6 ft, and come with easy to follow hanging instructions. Choose from a wealth of looks, including the hugely on trend old map design pictured.

Readers receive a 10 per cent discount across the range when purchasing online, reducing the old map mural to £44.99. To claim your offer, visit interiorsbyruben.co.uk and use code DIS2013 before 31 December. For more information, call 01902 711475.

 

Hide your shoes away from prying eyes

No shoe addict should be without Tszuji’s stylish shoe cabinet. Made in Germany, this well-crafted unit has the strength and durability that you’d expect and measures a roomy W115 x H90 x D26cm. White fronted drawers and a Wenge surround make for a subtle and contemporary finish and the cabinet can hold up to 24 pairs of shoes. Also available in an Oak/white finish. Readers receive 10 per cent off, reducing the price from £140 to £126. Free UK delivery is also offered.

To claim, visit tszuji.co.uk/german or call 0845 2246 506 and use the code INA10 before 2 January.

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