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Aldi’s new luxury homewares range is taking the internet by storm

With spring well and truly on the horizon it’s time to start thinking about revamping your home for the new season.

As this portion of the year tends to prompt a thorough clean-out and refresh, you might consider updating your bedroom quilt or adding a small, statement chair in the living room.

Aldi Australia suspected the nation would be looking to renovate around this time and have curated next week’s Special Buys for the sole purpose of solving this problem.

Aldi Australia suspected the nation would be looking to renovate around this time and have curated next week’s Special Buys for the sole purpose of solving this problem

Their St Lucia four-piece towel set ($29.99) is made with a delightful moss green thread and matches the macrame gumball foot rest ($39.99)

Their St Lucia four-piece towel set ($29.99) is made with a delightful moss green thread and matches the macrame gumball foot rest ($39.99)

Their St Lucia four-piece towel set ($29.99) is made with a delightful moss green thread and matches the macrame gumball foot rest ($39.99)

On Wednesday September 5 you can buy a selection of high quality luxe pieces for your bedroom, bathroom and living areas.

There are three different styles to choose from, including plantation, indigo earth and neo classic, each with their own accented hues.

The neo classic collection features the queen size alloy quilt cover set for $59.99, four monochroma towels for $29.99, a two metre Corinthian woven rug for $49.99 and an atlas marble side table for the same price.

On Wednesday September 5 you can buy a selection of high quality luxe pieces for your bedroom, bathroom and living areas

On Wednesday September 5 you can buy a selection of high quality luxe pieces for your bedroom, bathroom and living areas

There are three different styles to choose from, including plantation, indigo earth and neo classic, each with their own accented hues

There are three different styles to choose from, including plantation, indigo earth and neo classic, each with their own accented hues

There is a mixture of black and white marble accents, minimalist grey plush throws for the bed ($16.99) and cushions ($16.99) worthy of any glamorous, modern home.

If your style is more earthen you’ll fall in love with the plantation range.

A mixture of ocean blues and sand-tinted nudes it’s a Byron Bay dweller’s delight at a fraction of the cost you’d normally pay.

Their St Lucia four-piece towel set ($29.99) is made with a delightful moss green thread and matches the macrame gumball foot rest ($39.99).

There is a mixture of black and white marble accents, minimalist grey plush throws for the bed ($16.99) and cushions ($16.99) worthy of any glamorous, modern home

There is a mixture of black and white marble accents, minimalist grey plush throws for the bed ($16.99) and cushions ($16.99) worthy of any glamorous, modern home

Meanwhile the indigo earth offering appears to be Moroccan-inspired with burnt orange and navy shades abounding patterned throws and towels

Meanwhile the indigo earth offering appears to be Moroccan-inspired with burnt orange and navy shades abounding patterned throws and towels

Fringed jute decorator mats ($24.99) would delightfully span the hallway or living room of a sun-streaked home and marry in well with a pineapple pillow ($16.95).

The velvet slipper chair ($99.99), which features in every collection in different shades, is a beautiful addition to any living room this season.

Meanwhile the indigo earth offering appears to be Moroccan-inspired with burnt orange and navy shades abounding patterned throws and towels.

To make things as easy as possible to turn your home into a designer retreat, Aldi's buying team takes a user-friendly approach to its packaging design

To make things as easy as possible to turn your home into a designer retreat, Aldi’s buying team takes a user-friendly approach to its packaging design

A mixture of ocean blues and sand-tinted nudes it's a Byron Bay dweller's delight at a fraction of the cost you'd normally pay

A mixture of ocean blues and sand-tinted nudes it’s a Byron Bay dweller’s delight at a fraction of the cost you’d normally pay

You can buy a framed art wall stack for $49.99, a wooden tall boy for $149, an accent chair ($99.99) and candle ($9.99) in-store next week.   

The Style Your Room range, as it is called, is made with the customer in mind. 

To make things as easy as possible to turn your home into a designer retreat, Aldi’s buying team takes a user-friendly approach to its packaging design.

‘Every product across the range has a “Shop the Look” tag on its packaging so that customers can easily identify the items in their preferred collection.’

It’s a smart little touch that will help you select as much of your favourite collection as you want. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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