Aldi launch The White Company-inspired homeware range featuring bed linen, towels and duvets – but for £280 cheaper

But this year, why not give your home a holiday makeover with Aldi’s new homeware range.

The budget supermarket is dropping its new White Collection from November 29 in-store, with selected pieces available from November 25 online.

Featuring duvets, towels and bed linen, the crisp collection is similar to pricier brands, such as The White Company – but for a fraction of the price.

The range is part of Aldi’s Special Buys, so once they’re gone, they’re gone.

The supermarket said: “The new cosy collection of high quality bedding and towels includes 100% Egyptian crisp cotton sheets and irresistibly soft bedspreads that will add a touch of hotel elegance and grandeur to the home, just in time for Christmas.”

Sizes range from singles to super kings, and prices start from £4.99 to £49.99.

  • Perfect Everyday Duck Down Duvet, super king, The White Company, £175 – buy now

    It really can be a white Christmas
  • Super King Duck Feather Duvet, Aldi, £49.99 – buy now

    The White Company is known for its expensive homeware
  • 200 Thread Count Egyptian Cotton Deep Fitted, The White Company, £35 – buy now

    Treat your guests to hotel-like sheets
  • Double Egyptian Cotton Fitted Sheet, Aldi, £8.99 – buy now

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    Everyone loves a fluffy towel
  • Hydrocotton Towels, The White Company, £26 – buy now

    Sadly the candles are not included
  • Luxury Hydrospun Cotton Bath Towel, Aldi, £8.99 – buy now

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    Give your home a makeover this Christmas
  • Colville Bedspread & Cushion Covers, double, The White Company, £110 – buy now

    This bedspread also comes in white
  • Kirkton House Knitted Bedspread, Aldi, £24.99 – buy now

    We all need cushions to snuggle up with
  • Velvet Scatter Cushion, The White Company, £45 – buy now

    You're now equipped to watch a scary movie
  • Kirkton House Grey Velour Cushion, Aldi, £6.99 – buy now

Want more Aldi? Their sheepskin slippers are back– and they’re £64 cheaper than the Ugg version.

Plus we pitted Aldi’s £36 copycat Lacura make-up range against £289 premium cosmetics – here’s what we thought.

And this mum shared the epic fail Aldi made in their bath time toys – but can you spot what’s wrong?

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