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Tomorrow’s Special Buys range at Aldi has people all excited

ALDI'S Special Buys have been known to cause something akin to hysteria in grown bargain-lovin' adults.

Their ever-popular ski sale usually sees queues out the door and recently a punter capture video of two families brawling over some outdoor furniture. (For the uninitiated, the supermarket's 'Special Buys' are collections available for a limited time across a range of categories).

Tomorrow Aldi release their "Style your room" selection and with the mania we've seen lately for Kmart's affordable homewares range, there's a good chance it will go bananas.

A 4-piece towel set is $29.99. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied
A 4-piece towel set is $29.99. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied

A representative for Aldi says they anticipate the collection will be "popular" and suggest customers head into store as soon as the range goes on sale as items are only available while stocks last.

The curated selection of home decor products will include quilt covers, cushions, throw blankets, ottomans, wall art, rugs, side tables and towel sets.

The products will be available in three styles including Urban Simplicity, Empire Collection and Global Mix.

Even before it's gone on sale a number of people have expressed interest in the super stylish "Tate" fabric accent arm chair, which will set you back $99.99.

It features a tufted fabric seat, buttoned backrest and rubber wood frame for a designer look.

It comes in grey or beige.

The other item that could prove popular is a marble side table that is $39.99

Assorted pieces from the ‘Global Mix’ collection, which is described as “a clash of cultures united in blue”.Source:Supplied
Assorted pieces from the ‘Global Mix’ collection, which is described as “a clash of cultures united in blue”.Source:Supplied

Some of the products available in each theme include:

Quilt Cover Set - Queen Size $59.99

Quilt Cover Set - King Size $69.99

Coverlet Set Queen/King Size $99.99

500 Thread Count Egyptian Cotton Fitted Sheet Set - Queen Size $59.99

500 Thread Count Egyptian Cotton Fitted Sheet Set - King Size $69.99

Towel Set 4 Piece $29.99

Luxury Cotton Bath Rug 60cm x 100cm $19.99

Assorted items from the new Aldi range, including the Tate arm chair in grey.Source:Supplied
Assorted items from the new Aldi range, including the Tate arm chair in grey.Source:Supplied

Plush Throw Blanket $16.99

Woven Area Rug 1.20m x 1.80m $49.99

Jute Decorator Mat 60cm x 90cm $24.99

Embroidered Floor Cushion 60cm x 60cm + 10cm $69.99

Limited Edition Cushion $16.99

Cushion $12.99

Framed Wall Art 70cm x 70cm $49.99

Framed Wall Art 3 Pack $49.99

Glazed Multi Wick Candle $9.99

Pendant Light $19.99

Table Lamp $39.99

Fabric Accent Arm Chair $99.99

Chest of 5 Drawers $149.00

Chest of 6 Drawers $149.00

Side Table $39.99

The items go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday September 13. For more information on Aldi's Style Your Room special buys, visit: https://www.aldi.com.au/en/special-buys/style-your-room/

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