Homebase is a DIY and garden retailer with over 260 stores throughout the country. They sell everything for the home, from soft furnishings to furniture.
Whether you need a new tablecloth or simply want some design inspiration, visiting one of the numerous Homebase UK stores is a must. Stores are large and usually located in out-of-town areas or retail parks (check the Homebase store locator online to find your local). Homebase opening times vary between stores and from day-to-day, but generally they are open between 8am and 8pm.
You’ll find lots of great products instore. Take a stroll down the Homebase wallpaper aisle at your peril: you might not be able to choose from the latest styles and classic designs on offer! Homebase furniture offers great value for money and is designed and manufactured to a high standard. Got the inside sorted? Head outside to view the Homebase garden range which includes plants, furniture and ornaments. If you’re not exactly sure what you’re looking for, browse the latest collection brochures online before you head to the store.
History of Homebase
This retailer was founded by Sainsbury’s supermarket chain and was originally branded as Sainsbury’s Homebase. After continued growth throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s, the Homebase chain was sold and is now owned by the Home Retail Group. In 1982 Homebase launched what is believed to be one of the world’s first loyalty cards. This was later replaced with the Nectar card reward scheme. The retailer now has 280 stores in the UK and Ireland.
Homebase discount codes don’t appear very often, but you can easily find the latest sale and clearance offers online. Homebase is no longer part of the Nectar loyalty card scheme (boo!), but you can still keep informed of the latest promotions by signing up for the email newsletter. You will receive the latest design inspiration, new product details and sneak previews of the latest Homebase sale. Plus, you’ll get the chance to take part in exclusive competitions with awesome prizes!