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B&M are selling a hanging egg chair for just £30 similar to one owned by Stacey Solomon

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Hanging egg chairs are a firm favourite among celebrities. Everyone from Mrs Hinch to Stacey Solomon has a piece of this stylish hanging furniture in their garden.

But if you want to copy their style, you don’t actually have to break the bank.

This is because B&M have just announced that they are releasing a hanging egg chair, which is very affordable, at just £30.

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The Vancouver chair comes comes in black and is made of woven rope across a circular shaped seat.

However, where to hang it is up to you, as it doesn’t come with a frame.

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Even so, it is a total bargain and sure to be snapped up very soon. Aldi's version caused havoc last year when it sold out online within a few minutes, but it has since made a comeback but costs £149.99.

B&M are also selling a Dakota hanging chair in grey, and both designs are available in shops.


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However, rather annoyingly the budget store will not be delivering the chairs right to your door, because they do not offer an online shopping service.

But you better be quick, so why not head to the B&M store locator to find your nearest shop, so you can be shining away in no time!

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