Date Night In

Look (UK) - - HOMES - Ly­dia Thompson, beauty ed­i­tor

Can­dles. Cham­pagne. Couch. Who needs a fancy restau­rant when you can snug­gle up with a movie and a Chi­nese take­away? We’ve pounded the high street for the hottest in­te­ri­ors to trans­form your pad into a ro­man­tic re­treat; and if any­thing’s go­ing to make you want to re­main house­bound this Valen­tine’s, it’s this gor­geous haul. So sit back, re­lax and spend the money you’ll save on a pricey din­ner on th­ese beau­ties in­stead. Now that’s what we call a suc­cess­ful date. 1. Drinks trol­ley, £299, Marks & Spencer 2. Dishes, £30 for set of three, Oliver Bonas 3. Cush­ion, £25, House of Fraser 4. Cham­pagne flutes, £14.90 each, Villeroy & Boch at Sel­fridges 5. Sheep­skin rug, £13.50, Amara 6. Can­dle, £90, Fred­eric Malle 7. Blan­ket, £, Pri­mark 8. Can­dle­stick, £35, Black and Blum at John Lewis 9. Vase, £32, Next 10. Seat, £25, Oliver Bonas

‘Go­ing out on Valen­tine’s Day al­ways ends up be­ing a spenny af­fair – plus you wait an age for your food and have to wade through hun­dreds of heart-shaped bal­loons. Stay­ing in sounds per­fect to me – I’ll be pick­ing up this can­dle­stick and blan­ket for a cosy night in with my SO.’

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