By Laura Harman
Aldi has launched a new rocking chair with a rope-style effect that is guaranteed to add a chic twist to your garden space.
Aldi's garden range has had some fantastic items recently, particularly when it comes to outdoor furniture. Fans went wild for the legendary Aldi egg chair and the brand's rattan garden bar that will make your al fresco dreams a reality.
Well, it appears that the fantastically thrifty supermarket has done it again as they have launched an incredibly chic rocking chair that is set to transform your outside space. Aldi's new rope-style rocking chair is the perfect piece of furniture to help you enjoy long summer afternoons in the garden with a good book.
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The rocking chair is an online exclusive and is not yet available in stores. It's also only available to pre-order right now but delivery can be expected in less than a week.
Aldi's description reads, "This Gardenline Rope Effect Rocking Chair is this season's must have for that ultimate relaxation in your garden."
The pretty piece of furniture includes seated cushions and a waist cushion for extra comfort. It's made from polyester and steel and has a powder coating meaning it can live outside all summer without tarnishing. The chair also comes with detachable cushions for extra comfort, although these cushions will need to go inside when it's raining.
The chair comes with a three-year warranty and can be delivered straight to your door for less than £10.
What are you waiting for? If Aldi's last furniture buys are anything to go on this will be a sure fire sell-out!
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