A good chair can really elevate a room, and makes for the perfect comfy spot to relax and read a book after a long day.
Sometimes furniture can be expensive, especially if you opt for more luxurious materials like velvet. But if you want a cheaper version, Aldi has a new Specialbuy should have you rushing to their website immediately.
Their Kirkton House Velvet Chair is very eye-catching, and is available in either royal blue or grey, if you prefer a more neutral colour scheme. Better yet, it's only £59.99!
SHOP NOW: Blue Kirkton House Velvet Chair, £59.99, Aldi (opens in new tab)
According to Aldi’s website, ‘This Kirkton House Velvet Chair is the perfect addition to any room in the home. With its wooden legs the style will fit in with any décor whilst the velvet look and feel of the upholstered seat will encourage you to take the time for some much needed relaxation.’
The chairs are an online exclusive Specialbuy, so you won’t see them on any of Aldi’s shelves if you’re browsing the aisles.
SHOP NOW: Grey Kirkton House Velvet Chair, £59.99, Aldi (opens in new tab)
Both colours are officially on sale on 21st November, but you can pre-order via Aldi’s website now!
If you want to guarantee that you get one before they all sell out, that’s the best way to do it. Simply order online then sit back, relax, and count down the days until it’s dispatched.
Large item standard delivery is £6.95, and you can expect your order between 1 – 7 working days following your dispatch date.
SHOP NOW: Kirkton House Knitted Pouffe, £29.99, Aldi (opens in new tab)
Aldi is also offering a knitted pouffe to go with the chair, to help you put your feet up and relax in style.
According to Aldi’s website, ‘The knitted finish and 100% cotton lining provides a soft, comfortable place for you to rest your tired feet, as well as looking lovely and modern in your home.’
This is also available for pre-order, and is officially launched on the same day as the chairs. However, unlike the chairs, it’s also available to buy in-store.
Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer specialising in TV, film and lifestyle content and has written for What's On TV, GoodtoKnow and Whattowatch.com. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases. In her spare time, she writes film and television reviews for JumpCut Online and her own blog, Lucy Goes To Hollywood.
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