Stacey Solomon shares her epic bargain IKEA haul – including budget jars & even more fake plants

WHAT springs to mind when you think of Stacey Solomon's interior style? Chances are, it's labelled jars, handmade dream-catchers and lots and LOTS of eucalyptus.

The mum-of-three – who is currently doing up her dream home Pickle Cottage – stayed true to form on a recent trip to IKEA.

Yesterday the Loose Women star gave her 4.3m Instagram followers a look inside her IKEA shopping bag – and let's just say, we want each and every item in her haul.

Sharing a photo of her local IKEA store, Stacey wrote: "The other day I picked up some bits from my favourite place. It’s been a while. I missed these flags!"

Talking fans through everything she bought, Stacey said: "Really I just went to have a nose and a little afternoon out… but I got a few bits."

First up, the mum bought some £1 face cloths to match her new blue bathroom along with some wicker baskets for Rex's new bedroom.

Explaining how she's "addicted to jars", Stacey also bought a new £13 set with cork lids and a matching tray.

What's more, the star got her tea light fix too when she purchased 30 for just £1.50.

Admitting that she has a fake plant "problem", Stacey showed off her new potted eucalyptus plant which she bagged for only £7.

As well as a plush white blanket with frayed edges, Stacey couldn't resist this stunning £19 bamboo vase.

She added: "This giant vase that I don't have anything big enough to fill it with.

"But I loved it and think it'll go nice in the conservatory."

Earlier this month, Stacey revealed how she transformed her new bathroom with budget-friendly Primark and Dunelm bargains.

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