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Special Buys|6 Jul 2018

Unleash the interior designer in you and transform your home

ALDI Australia
By ALDI Australia

With 1.6 million Australians buying homewares every month*, it’s clear many of us are looking for new ways to update our living spaces. On sale from Wednesday 11th July, ALDI’s new Luxe Home and Urban Spaces Special Buys will help you restyle your rooms with the latest trends in furniture and textiles at incredibly low prices.

  • Quilt Cover Sets

With 1.6 million Australians buying homewares every month*, it’s clear many of us are looking for new ways to update our living spaces. On sale from Wednesday 11th July, ALDI’s new Luxe Home and Urban Spaces Special Buys will help you restyle your rooms with the latest trends in furniture and textiles at incredibly low prices.

“Our furniture Special Buys are always incredibly popular with our customers and the beauty of carefully curated collections such as the Luxe Home and Urban Spaces ranges is that they allow customers to restyle their homes with on-trend furniture and accessories,” said Shay Stearnes, Buying Director at ALDI Australia. “The end result is a mix-and-match styling solution that’s easy for customers to recreate at home, whether they purchase one key piece or source a whole new look.”

So whether you’re looking to add a touch of sophistication with a few Velvet Cushions (50cm x 50cm, $19.99 each) or if you want to totally transform your living room, bedroom and bathroom with 12 quality furniture and homewares pieces for under $750, our Special Buys will have your interiors sorted.

Why we love it…

The Luxe Home and Urban Spaces ranges are filled with some of our most covetable interiors Special Buys yet, from the effortless elegance of the grey upholstered Accent Arm Chair ($99.99) with its beautiful button details, through to the tactile qualities of the Chunky Knit Throw ($59.99) and French Linen Fitted Sheet Set ($89.99 for Queen Size and $99.99 for King Size).

“This year’s ranges are designed around textural layering with pared-back furniture in statement black or natural finishes,” says Shay.

“The colour palette is intentionally subtle, with a focus on neutral tones and textures such as velvet, jacquard, melange, knits and French linen.”

Behind the scenes, design work on the Luxe Home and Urban Spaces ranges start two years in advance, with our Buying team travelling overseas to observe international trends. Returning back to Australia full of inspiration, the team brings to life on-trend, curated home collections for customers.

“We draw design inspiration from many sources and gain insights from trend forecasters in order to predict interiors trends and deliver designer quality ranges.”

Our three favourite products from this year’s Urban Spaces range includes:

1. French Linen Fitted Sheet Set ($89.99 for Queen Size and $99.99 for King Size)

Woven from the finest pure French flax, this linen sheet set is vintage washed for a relaxed look and feel. With five assorted colours to choose from, the sheet sets are soft and breathable making them cool in summer and warm in winter.

2. Quilt Cover Sets ($69.99 for Queen Size and $79.99 for King Size)

A new quilt cover set is a perfect way to update any bedroom setting.  The quilt sets include four sophisticated designs in neutral tones of stone, charcoal and white and are made from beautifully textured jacquards or unique weaves.

3. Organic Cotton Cover Pillow ($14.99) and Organic Cotton Cover Quilt ($69.99 for Queen Size)

It’s easy to forget to update your quilts and pillows, so these products are ideal to complete your bedroom makeover. The quilt and pillow both feature organic cotton covers and have been designed with utmost comfort in mind.

Why you’ll love it…

The Luxe Home and Urban Spaces ranges allows customers to affordably tap into some of the latest interior trends for 2018. We break down the trends for you in ‘non-interior design’ speak.

Layering

This look is all about combining tactile elements to create an elegant aesthetic. Think French linen, knitted throws and plush velvet. Natural elements like wood add another layer of texture and a sense of raw luxury.

Key buys: Chunky Knit Throw ($59.99) and Velvet Cushions (50cm x 50cm, $19.99 each).

Mauve

Mauve was a key colour trend from this year’s Milan Design Week (also known as interiors heaven!) This soft purple hue works well with taupe and shades of grey, as seen in these ranges.

Keys buys: Mongolian Faux Fur cushion (50cm x 50cm , $19.99) and Melange Blanket ($39.99 for Queen Size)

How it fits into your life…

Like the sound of totally transforming your living room, bedroom and bathroom for less than the cost of a designer armchair? We show you how to style three spaces with 12 on-trend furniture and homewares buys for under $750!

Living Room

Out with the old and in with the textural layering! All you need to keep is your couch and your luxe living space is sorted.

  • Accent Arm Chair ($99.99)
  • Console Table ($79.99)
  • Side Table ($79.99)
  • Coffee Table ($79.99)
  • Terrazzo Table Lamp ($39.99)
  • Woven Cotton Area Rug (1.20m x 1.80m, $49.99)
  • Chunky Knit Throw ($59.99)

Bathroom

Can’t afford to renovate your bathroom anytime soon? Steal a trick that interior stylists use when styling homes for sale and simply update your bathroom’s look with new accessories. You’ll be amazed at the difference a new set of towels and a textural bath mat will make. Adding a wooden element like the clothes airer further elevates the space.

  • Three-Tiered Clothes Airer ($49.99)
  • Four Piece Towel Set ($29.99)
  • Textured Cotton Bath Mat ($14.99)

Bedroom

For a bedroom look worthy of an interior design magazine, minus the designer price tag, embrace the raw luxury of French linen.

  • French Linen Fitted Sheet Set ($89.99 for Queen Size)

As with all of ALDI’s Special Buys, our Luxe Home and Urban Spaces  ranges will be located in the middle aisle of your local store from Wednesday 11th July, while stocks last. In the meantime, you can check out all the products on our website or in catalogue.

*Source: Roy Morgan 2016

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