Lidl is another of the brands that are encouraged to take out the first exclusive sale furniture in their online store, and highlight some of its pieces such as some benches for the entrance or the rattan chair more trendy of the moment
I do not live near a Lidl nor do I have any close at work so I have been living in love with the brand in amazement for a while, of those apparently super lucky ones who have a supermarket in the German chain nearby.
Among them are one of my sisters-in-law and my sister so both of them surprise me from time to time with wooden toys ideal for children at a very good price or picnic blankets that are good, beautiful and cheap to sit on the ground without risk of moisture transfer
Not to mention the big bestseller and resounding success of Lidl. its Monsieur Cuisine (which replies to Thermomix), whose effectiveness I have been able to verify when I go to my brothers-in-law's house to eat, (my sister still resists buying it).
Now it seems that the turn of the furniture. In addition to accessories such as baskets and storage boxes (like all supermarkets of this style), the German chain also includes in the catalog some furniture at a good price and with a certain style.
- Lidl. Wooden bench with framed padded cushion and a practical tray with integrated drawer 59,99 €.
- Lidl. Shoe rack with low shelf for shoes, boxes or magazines in solid wood and varnished bamboo 29,99 €
- Lidl. Modern design rattan chair ideal for home interior spaces 69,99 €.
- Lidl. Comfortable butterfly seat for indoor seating with a nice touch cotton cover with reinforced synthetic leather corners and sturdy metal frame with protections to avoid damaging the floor 29,99 €
- Lidl. Decorative basket with modern motifs and decorative fringes € 6.99
- Lidl. Rug 140 x 200 cm in Scandinavian style made of resistant cotton suitable for underfloor heating and with non-slip coating on the back € 19.99
Pieces that, in my humble opinion, have more to do with the furniture style of the Amazon Alkove line than that of Ikea, what do you think?