Chain stores like Aldi and Kmart have been sending shoppers into frenzies with their discounted on-trend furniture.
But now there’s a surprising new player in the game – The Reject Shop.
The Reject Shop is an Australian discount variety store chain, known for its incredibly cheap items and now they’ve added a $59 chair to the mix.
The Reject Shop will be selling an affordable armchair on March 15 that will only set people back AUD $59
This chic chair, which could set you back hundreds at other retailers, is on trend with its Scandinavian-style.
It includes wooden accents and neutral upholstery.
But if the grey chair they’ve shared on Instagram isn’t your style, it also comes in a ‘mocha’ colour too.
The chair is going to be in stores across the country on March 15 but if Kmart and Aldi are anything to go by, there is a strong chance it will sell out.
The Reject Shop’s Instagram post announcing the product received more than 2100 likes and 177 comments in only two days.
This chic chair is on trend with its Scandinavian-style, which includes wooden accents and neutral upholstery
The chain has only recently improved their furniture offerings.
A store that was once mainly known for their cheap birthday decorations and children’s toys is now offering an array of affordable household products.
If your home needs an update and you don’t want to break the bank, they’re selling a variety of other items.
The Reject Shop is capitalising on the current need for reasonably priced homewares, they’re even selling a fake house plant
If it’s a variety of coffee tables and side tables you’re after, they also offer a variety of those too
You have the chance to get your hands on a fake house plant that could pass off as real, or a selection of teak and cement tables that vary in shape and size.
Speaking about the chair on Instagram one commenter wrote: ‘I hope you have a lot of them ready for us all!’
In the past when furniture from Aldi and Kmart has gone viral they’ve sold out in a matter of seconds, leaving many shoppers disappointed.
‘I wonder if they’ll stock a few like Aldi does or be smarter and stock more,’ wrote another.