Can you tell the £25 cast iron casserole dish from its £175 counterpart? Morrisons unveils brilliant look-a-likes

The supermarket chain's cast iron casserole dish bears a striking resemblance to iconic Le Creuset cookware

Looking for more reasons to shop at Morrisons? Well, we have them in the form of some new season homewares – that emulate desirable designer brands.

Aldi, Asda, Tesco and Sainsburys already make it all too easy to go 'wild in the aisles' with their irresistible and on-trend interior accessories. And now Morrisons Home are raising their interiors game.

More supermarket bargains: The Aldi retro phone is back in stores tomorrow, along with a Jukebox!

The new pieces in the winter range include this cast iron casserole dish, which is a dead ringer for famous French brand Le Creuset that costs more than seven times more!

Can you tell the difference between the two?

Cast iron casserole dishes

blue colour cast iron casseroles

(Image credit: Morrisons/Selfridges)

They're equally chic in our eyes, but the supermarket version is the one on the left. Both cast iron. Both stunning shades of blue. Either would prepare hearty winter casseroles in style. Splurge or save, the choice is yours

Buy now: Cast Iron Casserole Dish 20cm, £25, Morrisons
Buy now:
Le Creuset Cast Iron Casserole dish 20cm, £175, Selfridges & Co.

Here are more key picks from the new range, all similar to designs from the likes of Heal's and Harrods. And you won't believe the prices! You can buy all the Morrisons Home buys in store now, and the designer counterparts are all online.

Watercolour cushions

winter cushion wiith floral print and tactile tassel trims

(Image credit: Morrisons/Bluebellgrey)

Add beautiful blooms to homes this season with either of these stunning cushions. We love the watercolour artwork and tactile tassel trims – two staples of modern country design.

In stores only:  Floral Watercolour Cushion, £8, Morrisons
Buy now:
Catherine Tassel Cushion, £110, Bluebellgray at Amara

Hare ornaments

hare ornaments with rabbit designs

(Image credit: Morrisons/Bluebellgrey)

The similarities between these ornaments is startling. Admittedly one is art and the other is a supermarket bargain, but they both essentially achieve the same look.

Hares play a main role for the Woodland Retreat trend this season, making either of these key buys.

In store only: Rabbit Ornament, £8, Morrisons
Buy now:
Frith Sculture Hattie Hare by Paul Jenkins, £65, John Lewis

See the trends here: Home decor trends for Autumn/Winter 2018 – we predict the key looks for interiors

French-style plates

perfect fancy dinnerware with french style plates

(Image credit: Morrisons/Harrods plates)

Finding the perfect fancy dinnerware is no mean feat – French-style plates are most definitely a good option. You'll find Harrods sells a similar design, authentically made in France. While we love the authenticity, the price tag is not so great if you're on a budget. The Morrisons beauty's a whole lot cheaper, leaving plenty of change to spend on gourmet ingredients.

In store only: Florence Dinner Plate, £3, Morrisons
Buy now:
Gien Filets Taupes Dinner Plate, £28.95, Harrods

black and white patterns add modern layers to sofas armchair and beds

(Image credit: Morrisons/Heals)

Wrap up – monochrome style this winter. Simple black and white patterns add modern layers to sofas, armchair and beds.

In store only: Herringbone Throw, £20, Morrisons
Buy now: Merino & Cashmere Throw, £139, Heal's

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The wider Morrisons Home range features over 1,500 home accessories, including everything from cushions to cookware.

Find it in stores, or order directly from the Morrisons site. We're filling our virtual shopping baskets as we type!

Thea Babington-Stitt
Managing Editor

Thea Babington-Stitt is the Managing Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for around 10 years.

She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.