Argos AW19 has landed!

Argos’s new Autumn/Winter 2019 range is now available in-store, online or on the Argos app.
Featuring 89,000 products, the range sees the introduction of new products across the board from names including Samsung, LOL Surprise and LEGO (as well as some first-time brands).
Highlights from the new Autumn/Winter 2019 range include:

KITCHEN APPLIANCES

British homeware brand Emma Bridgewater has partnered with electricals supplier Russel Hobbs to launch a design-led breakfast range, now available in Argos. It includes the Toast and Marmalade Kettle (£79.99) and Polka Dot 4-Slice Toaster (£79.99) – two of Bridgewater’s most popular designs. The trend for matching kitchen appliances also extends to Cookworks, with its Textured 2-Slice Toaster (£29.99) and Textured Kettle (£29.99).

With the increased emphasis on slow and sustainable fashion, Argos says ‘you can look after your clothes for longevity’ with the Hotpoint 8KG Steam Washing Machine (£309.99). New to the market, the steaming feature has a strong focus throughout the range.

Argos Autumn/Winter 2019 also features the Bush BCR100DHPSS Duel Fuel Range Cooker (£599.99): a new modern design 100CM range cooker. Or, Argos suggests: ‘Upgrade your kitchen further with the new slimmer Bush 18 Bottle (£249.99), which instantly adds a chic, modern feel.’

HOME & FURNITURE

This Autumn/Winter, Argos’ design studio has created pieces that reflect three key seasonal trends.

The Apartment Apparel collection is directly inspired by the Bauhaus movement, combining functional, space-saving designs with bold block hues. Characterised by a geometric style, minimalist design and the simplicity of a royal blue, mustard and rust colour palette, the range is a contemporary take on the 1920s design movement. A highlight from the range is the powder-coated Finley Nesting Tables (£59.99).

Influenced by the rustic wilderness of the Scottish Highlands, the Highland Lodge collection explores the natural landscape through classically designed furniture and handcrafted accessories. Muted shades of sage and grey feature across the upholstered living range and wooden dining set, which complement the Bournemouth storage pieces.

Argos says: ‘Light oak finishes and tinted glass lighting bring a fresh update to this relaxed and comfortable style, whilst brushed cotton and burnished copper accessories are punctuated with bold pops of mulberry that add warmth and richness to this autumnal range.’ A hero piece from the collection is the Four Poster Bed Frame (£399) – the first four poster product ever featured in Argos Home.

Finally, the affordable Palm Luxe collection ‘evokes show home sophistication and glamour, designed with a chic monochrome palette and enhanced with silver, velvet and mirrored accents’. The living collection features an array of lavish velvet, silver and mirrored pieces, such as the Pair Bella Chairs in Velvet Blush (£199.99), with accents of palm print and embellished accessories to complete this glamorous look.

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