The Sunrise Valley collection includes chairs, plates and more

Transparent, white bubble vases, curly chairs and transparent pink ceramic serving dishes. While these may look like housewares from a high-end boutique, they’re actually all part of Big W’s latest housewares drop, Sunrise Valley.

Drawing inspiration from Scandi designs, with autumnal tones and woven patterns, the collection is both stylish and practical, and best of all, it starts at $10 and goes all the way up to $109, the price of a dining chair. Milan Teddy Accent, a seat made with Boucle, the heavyweight bouclé yarn fabric, perfect for placing next to a living room or in the corner of your bedroom.

While BROSA had a version – its Ada Swivel Side Chair – for $649, as did Lounge Lovers – Chloe Swivel Side Chair – with armrests for $599, it was over on the price front when Kmart dropped out. theirs – Sundae Bouclé chair, which runs 75cm high and 70cm wide – in January this year. To no one’s surprise, the chair quickly sold out.

But now, thankfully, Big W has now entered the loop chair chat.

Home Trading Co Milan Teddy Side Chair - White

“At Big W, we’re here to help families make their homes their own little oasis with our beautiful, on-trend homewares that will refresh your living spaces without spending hundreds,” says Big W’s Senior Home Designer, Gary Chen.

“Focus on small changes that will have a big impact, like sprucing up your living room with textured cushions and throws, elevating your shelves with decorative vases, or sprucing up your bedroom with fluffy duvets in bold prints.”

The retailer and e-tailer, which now offers contactless pickup, home delivery and direct start, says it aims to be a one-stop-shop for those looking to revamp their home at an incredible price, whether adding to their household items or furniture collection or starting from scratch.

So what else do they offer in this Sunrise Valley collection?

Large House & Home Bubble Vase - Pink

House & Home Sunrise Valley 12 Piece Dinnerware Set - Clear Pink

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