Aldi unveils new Chaise Lounge for £150 and its 70% cheaper than rival brands

Keen to upgrade some of the furniture in your home?

Whilst a new sofa or armchair can completely transform your room, new furniture can often get pretty expensive,

However, for those on a budget, supermarket Aldi has just announced the return of a popular Specialbuy – and it’s had a luxury upgrade.

The Velvet Scallop Armchair dropped late last year and was one of the more sought after items when it was released as a limited edition.

Now customers can buy Aldi’s brand-new Kirkton House Chaise Longue and stretch out without breaking the finances. The chaise is available to order online now, retailing for £149.99 – a whopping 70% cheaper compare to other brands.

Just remember, this is an online exclusive and won't be coming to an Aldi near you.

It’s made with soft, plush velvet and available in a choice of two opulent colours, navy or grey.

With additional touches including gold metallic tipped legs, those looking to add a touch of regency to homes won’t need to worry about a royal price tag.

For example we found a similar velvet two seater sofa in Dunelm for £199, and an almost identical chaise longue at for £529, making Aldi's version over 70% cheaper – how good is that?

And that's not all, everyone knows it wouldn't be a proper resting area if there wasn't some kind of footrest, so Aldi has released matching foot stools to complete the look.

The Kirkton House Velvet Storage Stool costs £29.99 and is also available online in navy or grey tones.

The compact stool is soft to the touch and will add both comfort and space to any room. Simply open it up and this multipurpose stool acts as the ideal storage slot for your loose items, we love stylish storage solutions.

Both the foot stool and chaise longue are part of Aldi Specialbuys and are available to order online now. As with all Specialbuy items, they're limited so once they're gone – they're gone.

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