Aldi is selling gorgeous velvet-effect armchairs in two sophisticated colors—guaranteed to add an effortless luxe look to your home.
The beloved bargain supermarket giant, arguably best known for its unmissable home and garden furniture offerings, added the chic online exclusives to its Kirkton House range and they're flying off the virtual shelves already.
The metal-framed arm chairs feature stylish brushed gold legs, velvet-effect upholstery, and an ultra-trendy shape, the ideal statement furniture for any room.
Priced at £129.99 and available in either a light pink or rich olive shade, it's no surprise this Aldi special is on its way to being a sell-out.
If you're after one, now's the time to snap it up!
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The elegant seats are on the Aldi website for pre-order right now, with an estimated dispatch date of June 27th with a delivery time of 5 to 14 working days.
Keep in mind, the site mentions that some self-assembly is required but also points out that the furniture purchase will be subject to a year-long warranty.
If regal blue is more fitting with your home interiors, Aldi also has the Kirkton House Blue Accent Chair in stock and has even slashed the price.
This chair has already received several reviews from shoppers pleased with the purchase on the whole.
While the Aldi customers have pointed out that the shiny, silver legs can scratch easily and that the back of the chair could be higher, most agree that it's a fabulous buy for the mega low price.
"Love this chair looks fabulous and very comfortable. Great price and lovely color," one wrote.
"Good chair. Nice fabric. Nice color. Easy to put together," another penned.
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