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Whether you're after a stand-out piece or a subtly stylish bit of furniture, we've found pretty and practical pouffes for you home. Here's our selection.

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In celebration of St David’s Day on March 1, this week’s design suggestions fly the flag for Wales. Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus...

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Put the kettle on and get out the best crockery – it’s time for a tea party. IndyBest finds serveware that will impress your guests
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Make sure your washing dries quickly and safely at home. IndyBest gets hung up on finding the most efficient gadget for the job
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Get your chef on in comfort and safety with our pick of oven mitts
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Please design aficionados and Pinterest addicts alike with our rundown of the best homeware presents
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From concrete and upcycled glassware bases to illuminated inflatable beach balls, choose an eye-catching light this autumn
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Celebrate wool with stylish textured pieces that will cosy-up your home
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No more tripping over cables as you work your way around the house with these easy-to-manoeuvre machines
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From cameras and lightbulbs to sensors, we took a look at the best of the new and easy to use smart home products that can get your house connected and keep you safe.
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With the sun (almost) out, you’ll be comfortable in the garden with this selection of outdoor furniture
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Whether you’re after a rustic-looking wood burner, an efficient electric heater or a firepit that doubles-up as a barbecue, we find the contraptions to keep your outdoor space cosy
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Grind it, shake it, or opt for electronic seasoning. However you want to serve your salt and pepper, we select a range of the best kitchen helpers to spice up your dining table
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Even if space is tight, you can still create a horticultural haven at home with these cleverly designed planting solutions and tools
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Tempt children away from their screens and out into the garden with one of these playthings
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Don't let ragged bushes and over-grown plants get the better of your garden. Keep things in check with these bits of kit
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It’s National Gardening Week, so get your lawn in order with one of these mowers, with expert picks from Tamsin Westhrope, editor-at-large of The English Garden magazine
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