How to make your Warwick house look less bumout
Because why wouldn’t you want boobs on your sofa?
Unless you’re loaded or still living at home, you’re most likely living in the generic, blandly decorated houses that crowd every student town.
In attempting to make sure everyone will like the aesthetic, landlords create a beige landscape that everybody hates equally.
If you’re finding the monotony of various shades of brown too much to handle, maybe it’s time to add some colour to the mix.
We went to Tiger to try and find stuff under a fiver to brighten up your house with.
Let’s take this to the bedroom
Ever woken up in a post-Smack panic, not knowing what the time is or how catastrophically late you might be? Well fear no more, with this ice cream cone clock, you’ll never miss a lecture again. Or at least you’ll have the choice – no judgement.
Keep track of all the pens that don’t work anymore in this basket. Or keep snacks in it. Your choice – no one is going to care when it looks this good.
The packaging on this ice cream cone face cloth is so cute you might not want to use it, but Kasbah face paint has to come off somehow, and loo roll can’t always cut it.
If you feel that ice cream is taking over your house a little too much, Tiger offer you some variety in there pillow selection to brighten up the sofas that have been through generations of carelessly preing students, in the form of boobs.
If your landlord is too tight to carpet your living room and you suffer from the morning struggle of getting breakfast by walking on freezing cold floorboards, this brightly coloured rug could save your toes the pain, as well as tactically hiding any stain disasters from your landlord when he’s returning deposits. Double bonus.
Whilst enjoying your new items, kick back with the cup to rule all other cups – forget those chipped, stained mugs, forget drinking straight from the carton, sip away from this pastel milk bottle. Bring some class to your pre.
And if you need anywhere to put your rubbish and stuff that nobody needs, look no further than this fetching bin.