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Aldi launches vintage homeware range – and it can be yours from £2.99

You're going to want to get down to the budget supermarket ASAP!

Chloe Best

If you're looking to revamp your home on a budget, you'll want to head to Aldi ASAP! The supermarket has launched a seriously stylish vintage-inspired homeware range in stores and online – and prices start from just £2.99.

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Included in the collection are duvet sets in a couple of different designs, a cute floral and deer motif or a navy blue duvet cover that will be a timeless addition to your bedroom from £14.99 for a double duvet or £16.99 for King Size. Add to the look with cosy bedspreads (£24.99) and vintage-style cushions featuring sweet patchwork designs or the words 'Home Sweet Home'.

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Aldi has launched a vintage-style homeware collection

For a more subtle take on the trend the accessories are a good choice. Think pretty flower arrangements in glass jars, birdcage style lanterns and even a vintage-style DAB and FM radio.

Prices for the collection start at £2.99 for accessories up to £34.99 for the radio, and it's available in stores and online now while stocks last. It coincides with the launch of Aldi's upcycling range, which features everything from chalk furniture paint to electrical power tools aimed at people hoping to do some DIY over the August bank holiday and recreate the shabby chic vintage trend in their own home.

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The range costs between £2.99 and £34.99

A growing number of retailers are making the venture into homeware; Monsoon recently unveiled its debut HOME by Monsoon collection, which features 80 stylish pieces influenced by the fashion brand's signature style. Meanwhile New Look also has a growing homeware range that includes trend-inspired bedding and accessories, all under £28.

Meanwhile celebrities including Amanda Holden and Holly Willoughby also have their own homeware collections. Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda launched her Bundleberry collection on QVC in June, while Holly has a successful range that is available at Dunelm.

See inside celebrity homes here.

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