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Aldi’s autumn drop is a texture lovers’ dream


by Penny Warnock
01st Aug 2019

Sick to death of brash colours and intrusive patterns? We know exactly how you feel. Aldi’s latest interiors collection is a tempered-down dream of concrete hues and soft textures, just in time for summer’s end.


It’s been a pretty decent summer by Irish standards and I don’t know about you but we’re yearning for some cosy contentment. After a long few months of tropical patterns and bamboo textures, we’re ready for something a little more substantial. Aldi’s latest homewares collection is a textural Eden filled with burnt oranges and reds, muted greys, chunky textures and grainy patterns.

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After holidays and summer treats, and with school starting back sooner than you think, Aldi’s here to bail us out. This latest budget-friendly collection won’t do too much damage to your wallet and will give your home the refreshed look it deserves after all the summer neglect while you frolicked outdoors. On August 1 Aldi new range of versatile textured interior pieces will be here to give your home the snug vibe you’re starting to crave. Take a peek at our faves.

Think tea, (or wine) and cosy pyjamas while you snuggle up to this stocky cushion. A great accent for the sitting room or bedroom. Not only does it look utterly tactile, cuddle away because it’s machine washable too.

 

Woven Cushion €8.99 

Peep these gorgeous artificial succulents, all the aesthetics of plants without any of the hassle of minding them. Not to mention the lustrous pots. Available in Rustic or Marble Effect Cement Pots.

Large Artificial Succulent €14.99

 

Put your feet up with these folksy bean cubes. Ideal for little ones to chill on but still keeping with a muted aesthetic. Available in multiple designs.

 

Bean Cube €39.99

Add a glimmer of style with this smooth concrete-esque lamp, which includes an exposed vintage style Edison bulb. Perfect for brightening up any room and reflecting all those patterns and textures.

Exposed Bulb Lamp €18.99

We are completely besotted with this 100% cotton handwoven rug. Convenient for adding a dash of colour and texture to any room. Available in three different colours.

Chindi Rug €9.99

Take a gander at this machine-washable herringbone throw. With assorted colours and styles available, this is an ideal blanket for adding warmth, texture and fun to your interiors. Don’t the bobbles just make it?

Aldi's latest interiors collection

Woven Throw €14.99

Whether you’re planning a total interiors revamp or need just a few bits to freshen up the place, all of the above and many many more will be on sale in all Aldi stores nationwide from Thursday, August 1 while stocks last.

Featured Image: Aldi’s latest homeware collection


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