If it costs less you can't expect the same quality. But, the Aldi homeware range does help you inject some style into your home without a huge price tag.
The Aldi homeware range is something to get excited about. If you are looking to spruce up your home interior but don’t want to fork out loads of money this is perfect for you.
Aldi is not afraid to branch out beyond the normal supermarket groceries. The german supermarket recently caught the headlines because of its new hot cleanser which was comparable to a Liz Earle cult beauty product. Is Aldi the master of copycat products?
Now several people are saying that the Aldi homeware range can rival the likes of John Lewis and The White Company. Realistically, you can’t expect the same quality materials because the Aldi items cost a fraction of those found in John Lewis and The White Company, but, the homeware range is still great for injecting a little more personality into your home.
The Aldi homeware range is full of items with a popular nautical theme. If you can’t make it to the seaside this summer, bring the spirt of summer into your home!
Our best picks from the Aldi homeware range:
Aldi’s nautical cushions are really cute and start from just £5.99. John Lewis have similar items that start at £12.
Aldi Kirkston House Beach huts Cushion, £5.99
John Lewis Beach Huts Cushion, £25
The stencilled coir mat is only £3.99 and considering it is something you intend to wipe with mud, why would you fork out £10 for a similar one from John Lewis?
John Lewis Cactus Door Mat Rug, £10
If you are always short of seats, this Kirkton House Zig Zag Bean Drum from Aldi could be just what you need and it will only cost you £29.99.
A John Lewis equivalent costs £110!
John Lewis Tayo Pouffe, £110
If you want to add a little more chic to your bedroom or living room why not try glass lanterns with tea lights.
The Aldi Round Glass Lantern costs £6.99.
A similar one from The White Company costs £25.
As ever, the items in the Aldi homeware range are only available while stocks last. The range was released back in May but the buzz is still growing. Were you one of the early birds or are you going to dash to your local store now? Several of the items have sold out online but you’ve still got time to grab them in store.