Aldi launch luxury Specialbuy mirror for £40 and shoppers praise its ‘expensive look’

We’re all for a bit of home renovation, but if you’re watching the budget decorative accents can transform a room just as much as a fresh lick of paint.

Shoppers searching for the perfect bargain for their home are in luck, as budget supermarket Aldi has just launched a brand new product to its Special buy section to add the ideal finishing touch.

The latest design to land in the Specialbuy range is the Kirkton House Decorative Mirror which retails for £39.99.

The mirror is an online exclusive, so won’t be available in Aldi stores near you.

It features an eye-catching design with a luxury looking gold trim around the edges – the ideal accent for an interior setting.

Aldi’s Kirkton Mirror

The Kirkton House Mirror has already received more than 20 five star reviews, as many shoppers have praised the inexpensive buy for looking ‘worth much more’.

Shoppers took to the comment section to express their delight at the bargain. One person said: “Great Mirror , looks much more expensive than it cost . It is quite heavy so needs robust fitting in the walls – but very classy mirror”.

Another said: “Love this mirror. This looks amazing in my new bathroom, very stylish. It’s really good value for money and similar ones are double or treble the price. I had to wait a couple of weeks for delivery but it was well worth it”.

Whilst another user said: “Really happy with it looks really expensive! Really reasonable price!”

And why not complete the look in your home, with the stunning Kirkton House Bamboo Ceiling Shade?

The elegant and stylish design is ideal for brightening up your space, adding a hint of raw material. With a beautiful natural shade, it adds warmth and reflects light in a super chic way, this shade is not only practical, but a stunning accent for any room.

Or check out what else Aldi has to offer online in the dedicated Specialbuy section, which includes items for the home, gardening essentials and much more.

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