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Aldi launches chic Mini Me Spaces furniture range to decorate your child’s nursery on a budget

The metal furniture range is bang on trend – but won’t break the bank from Aldi (Picture: Aldi)

Welcome a baby into your home can be expensive, so we’re always on the hunt for affordable essentials to lessen the load.

Aldi’s new Mini Me Spaces does just that, with trendy furniture and decor items to jazz up a nursery without breaking the bank.

The collection includes everything from snuggly soft toys to chic storage units, all designed to offer a luxe feel on a budget.

A standout of the line is Aldi’s set of sage-coloured metal furniture, with an industrial yet minimalist feel that’d suit any room.

At under £300 for the Bedside Table (£49.99)Chest of Drawers (£119.99) and Wardrobe (£124.99), it rivals far more expensive options available elsewhere.

If you’re upgrading your little one’s play area, Aldi will also be selling a Children’s Table and Chairs (£49.99) that’s perfect for crafting or tea parties.

A cute bunny chair and table set is available for £49.99 (Picture: Aldi)

As well as the table, each set comes with two chairs adorned with adorable bunny ear backs – sure to add a touch of woodland wonder to any nursery.

Or, if you’re looking for a pocket money treat, shoppers can get their hands on Hanging Monkey and Swinging Sloth Soft Toys for just £6.99 each.

Smaller toys and decor pieces are available in stores (Picture: Aldi)

The loveable long-armed characters look fantastic hung from bed posts and curtain poles, giving a room a tropical, jungle theme.

Alongside these items, the supermarket’s middle aisles will be packed with toys and essentials for a growing family.

As ever with Aldi’s Specialbuys range, you’ll need to be quick if you have your heart set on anything. Once it’s gone it’s gone, so don’t miss out before items sell out.

Aldi’s Mini Me Spaces range is available to pre order online now and in stores from August 4.


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