ALDI’s new Designer Style Special Buys are here and helping Australians transforms homes into havens on a budget
This winter, ALDI is helping Australians transform their living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms into luxe style havens on a budget.
The new Designer Style Special Buys went on sale on Wednesday, July 14, and is only available while stocks last.
ALDI will be stocking a high-quality offering of products including the Marble Coffee Table, Electric Salt and Pepper Mills, plush throw blankets and a luxury woven rug, without the high-end price tag.
The range includes three collections, the Minimal Classics collection, The Timeless dining collection and the Simple and clean collection.
To see the ALDI buyer’s top picks from the range, check out their website, or scroll through the images below for a peek at the gorgeous new range.
ALDI opens up a VERY different style of store in Australia
The very first image of ALDI’s new Corner Store “mini supermarket” has been been posted on social media.
Sharing on a popular Facebook page, an eagle-eyed shopper spotted the signage for the supermarket giant’s first Australian Corner Store in the Sydney suburb of North Sydney.
Last year, ALDI confirmed that it would trial the new style of store in the busy business and residential area.
The first image – showing the store signage from the street – was posted by an eagle-eyed Sydney shopper.
“Opening Wednesday in North Sydney,” wrote the shopper on the Aldi Fans Australia Facebook page, confirming that the new store is in the same location as the previous ALDI in North Sydney.
Since then, ALDI has released more information and photos of the new store.
The retail giant said it was excited about its latest offering, despite the current lockdown in Sydney due to COVID.
“We have proceeded with opening the new ALDI Corner Store in North Sydney, taking into account all the current COVID restrictions,” an ALDI Australia spokesperson said.
“Given the lockdowns in Greater Sydney, we don’t feel it is appropriate to drive interest or additional customer traffic to Corner Store at this time.
“We are fortunate that as an essential service we are open for trade, and in these challenging times feel it is our responsibility to ensure North Sydney locals have access to the re-opened store to make their essential grocery purchases as needed.”