A quarter of a million people in Wales are living without essential household appliances like fridges or washing machines, according to a national poverty charity.
There are calls for more targeted financial support for families who are unable to pay for basic white goods.
The charity Turn2us says its research shows 104,000 households, or 249,600 people in Wales are living without essential household appliances.
Nearly 14% of Welsh people are living without at least one item.
Its report also highlights the financial, physical and emotional consequences experienced by people living without these basic essentials; especially families and individuals affected by more complex physical and mental needs.
In total across the UK, at least 4.8 million people are living without basic items such as fridges, freezers, cookers and washing machines.
The Welsh Government says its providing money to tackle the issue of poverty in Wales.
The charity says the report highlights the scale, impact and causes of living without basic items.