The stylish Aldi kitchen appliances we all want – set a reminder so you don't miss out

The 'Scandi' kitchen appliances are coming to the middle aisle of an Aldi near you this week

Kitchen countertop with matt grey Aldi kettle with wooden handle and matching toaster beside a wooden plate with toast to show the new Aldi kitchen appliances in stores
(Image credit: Aldi)

The Aldi middle aisle is the place to be right now, full of affordable treats to furnish our homes with stylish accessories for less – take for instance these chic Scandi-inspired kitchen appliances that arrive this week.

In addition to the much sought-after Aldi olive trees and the return of the sellout Aldi rattan corner sofa when in stores this week we recommend keeping your eyes peeled for this new range of exceptionally stylish Aldi kitchen appliances. 

The 'Scandi' range comprises a kettle, toaster and new milk frother to cater to breakfast prep needs in style.

Arriving this Thursday 9th May, set a reminder in your diary, it's best to be quick because as with all Specialbuys once they're gone they're gone.

Coming soon: Chic new Aldi kitchen appliances

Kitchen counter with black kitchen appliances with wooden handles

The stylish Aldi kitchen appliance range includes a kettle, toaster and milk frother

(Image credit: Aldi)

The new appliance range includes the Scandi kettle for £ 19.99 alongside a matching Scandi Toaster for £19.99 and a complementary Scandi Milk Heater and Frother for £19.99

The frother is a great accessory to have alongside your best coffee machine to whip up baristas-style frothy coffees to thoroughly embrace the Cafecore interior trend by creating coffee shop vibes from the comfort of their own home.

All three items are available in a choice of three appealing colour options – Grey, White and Sage Green. 

The on-trend kitchen appliances are as aesthetically pleasing as they are functional thanks to the fabulous, Scandinavian-inspired design – ideal to elevate the decor in a minimalist kitchen trend

White and sage green kettle

The Aldi Scandi Kettle in White and Sage Green

(Image credit: Aldi)

The Ambiano kettle design at Aldi features a single-wall stainless steel, detachable limescale filter, a boiling on/off switch with white illumination and cord storage within the power base.

To soften the Scandi look The paler colours are less statement than the matt grey but no less valuable at adding style and on-trend appeal to any kitchen. The light wood and sage green colourway are particularly perfect to enhance the popular 'Kitschen' trend with their retro design influences.

Affordable Scandi kettle alternatives

The kettle is the one item I'm keen to get my hands on because I've been wanting a similar design for a while but it's just one of those investments I always put off...tempted more by the lure of the Zara Marine Jeans everyone's wearing and most recently these black gym leggings

I will try my best to bag the £19.99 Aldi kettle on Thursday, failing that I will resort to finally choosing one of these lookalike alternatives I've been eyeing for some time...

Sadly Aldi no longer stocks its Specialbuys collections online, so the only way to secure them is by picking them up in stores. The website does however offer all the credentials of each item along with an expected delivery to stores – you can also check stock at your local supermarket to aid with the shopping journey. 

Tamara Kelly
Lifestyle Editor

Tamara is a highly experienced homes and interiors journalist, with a career spanning 22 years. Now the Lifestyle Editor of, she has spent the last 17 years working with the style teams at Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, and it’s with these award-winning interiors teams that she gained a wealth of knowledge and honed her skills and passion for styling and writing about every aspect of lifestyle and interiors.

A true homes and interiors expert, Tamara has served as an ambassador for leading interior brands on multiple occasions, including appearing on Matalan’s The Show and presenting at top interior trend forecasting events such as the Autumn Fair and Spring Fair.