The quest for beautiful, Pinterest worthy homeware is a never ending one. There are always new houseplants to buy, new colour schemes to try and new trendy ways to display those old prints you've been stock piling since university. But, as fun and therapeutic as the process of interior design (aka, making your shit rented flat look nice) is, it can end up costing you quite a bit of money.
Which is why we we're never anything but overjoyed when affordable supermarket favourites like Aldi come along and remind us that it is totally possible to do up your house without sacrificing a months rent. Who said nice had to be expensive?
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As a matter of fact, Aldi have released a new line of budget friendly homeware that we're really into. Think cosy, Scandi city girl vibes that at the same time looks way more expensive than it actually is. Your nan might go so far as to mistake it for some of the nice John Lewis/House Of Fraser stuff she bought for your university flats that got ruined in the first couple of weeks. There are some gems.
Trend wise, if this new collection is anything to go by don't worry, rose gold is still riding that popularity wave and yes, marble is still a thing people are into. And if you're going to go along with it you may as well do so on a budget friendly price tag. Here are some of our favourite pieces from the collection.
Debrief Aldi's New Homeware Range
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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.