SHOPPERS are rushing to B&M lamps which are perfect dupes of the White Company and Habitat.
Bargain hunters could save £369 decking out their homes with these lights compared to their designer counterparts.
The lamp that has the biggest savings is one which is very similar to the White Company’s Southwold Table Lamp.
The Lamp has a white cotton shade and made with a white-washed concrete effect base.
The statement table lamp from the high-end store would typically cost you £195 but Georgie found a much cheaper option.
The dupe from B&M cost just £20, and had a white shade and grey concrete effect base.
It costs £175 cheaper than the original.
Next up the bargain store have a ceramic table lamp in matte green – which is a dead ringing for a Habitat conical ceramic lamp.
B&M’s light costs just £20 – saving the customer £35 compared to the Habitat version.
B&M said of the deals: “A beautiful lamp can really transform your living space, adding warmth, depth and a real sense of cosiness to your home! But this shouldn’t have to cost you a fortune.
“That’s why B&M have pulled out all the stops with their lighting range this season! With a variety so great it would be perfect in any home!
“From beautiful concrete, stunning glass and fabulous ceramic lamps, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
“This range of lighting dupes has been trending across all forms of social media and are the latest must-have items to have in your interior.
“Available in stores nationwide now – and you could save up to £369 across the range when you compare them to their most expensive counterparts!”
Earlier this month, Aldi shoppers rushed to buy a gorgeous furniture dupe retailed for £200 cheaper.
The discount supermarket is selling a velvet storage ottoman for just £20.
The fancy trunk is practically identical to the much pricier Roseland Edith Velvet Ottoman which costs a whopping £230 online.
They are both the same shade of navy, although the Roseland does have metal legs which Aldi’s does not.