All of the yes.
We've been absolutely spoilt this year when it comes to homeware collections. Last month we were more than a little excited to find out that ASOS Supply is now a thing, a homeware range that quite literally has something for everyone - think decorative hanging planters, cute kitchen and bathroom accessories, cosy throws, sheets and rugs.
On top of that, the Le Creuset ultra violet collection dropped, with everything from beautiful purple egg cups to their iconic casserole dishes in the bold and bright hue.
But if you want even more interiors inspiration, look no further than ASDA. The supermarket has launched a sausage dog homeware collection, and we want everything.
That's right - for the dog obsessed among you, there's the option to pick up some sausage dog bedding sets and kitchenware from George at ASDA.
There are quilt covers and matching pillowcases with white and yellow pups printed on them, with single sizes coming in at £10, doubles selling for £12, kings retailing at £14 and super king sets are just £16.
If your bed isn't pooched up enough, you can also invest in some sausage dog cushions to really set it off. For just £7, it's all very on trend in mustard yellows and muted greys. There's even a 'woof' cushion in the set, and it's a necessary addition to any bedroom.
You can also get your hands on a fluffy grey throw for £6, or some doggy themed rugs, with prices dependant on size and starting at £25.
And if you want this beautiful theme to continue into the bathroom, there are even some yellow and grey sausage dog towels to add to your collection, and they'll set you back between £4 and £9.
Finally, you can add the print to your kitchen cupboards with cute glasses and mugs.
Erm, could there be a more perfect homeware range?
We're actually in love.
And we'll take two of everything, thanks.
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