Aldi shoppers praise £45 Specialbuy mirror that ‘looks so expensive’

Budget supermarket Aldi has shoppers obsessed with one of its new SpecialBuys, which customers say ‘looks so expensive’.

Aldi’s special purchases often prove popular with shoppers, many of whom eagerly wait each week to see what they can get their hands on. Recently, SpecialBuy products have included everything from hanging egg chairs to hot tubs – but this time it’s the retailer Decorative Mirror Kirkton House that buyers love.

The mirror, priced at £44.99, is gold and comes in a sleek and eye-catching design. According to the product description, the mirror is “the perfect way to update your home decor.”

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the product has racked up a number of five-star reviews on Aldi’s website, with buyers praising it for looking more expensive than it costs. Among the reviews, one person said, “How beautiful! I have looked at similar mirrors which are easily 3 times more expensive! Such a bargain, nice size for my bathroom, light scuffs to some parts of the gold frame but only minor! It looks absolutely amazing hanging in my new bathroom!

A second wrote: “Love this mirror. Looks amazing in my new bathroom, very stylish. It’s really good value for money and similar ones are double or triple the price. I had to wait a few weeks for delivery, but it was worth it”. A third added: ‘Very happy great buy looks more expensive than what we paid for.



Aldi Kirkton House Accent Mirror

A fourth buyer said: “Stylish mirror. Great mirror, looks much more expensive than it costs. It’s quite heavy so needs a solid fixing in the walls – but a very stylish mirror” and a fifth wrote: “I was looking for a mirror for my bedroom. It’s perfect. Beautiful and amazing quality. It looks so expensive.

Another added: “Beautiful mirror. Really happy, it looks really expensive! Really reasonable price!”

Aldi’s Kirkton House decorative mirror is priced at £44.99 and is available online here.

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