If you weren't already hip to German grocery store, Aldi, now's the time to smarten up. Adored for its super low prices and wide range of products, the discount supermarket chain now boasts over 1,600 stores in the United States—making grocery shopping on the cheap easier than ever.
But wait, it gets better. Turns out Aldi sells more than just inexpensive groceries. The supermarket now offers an impressive assortment of home decor items—everything from lawn chairs to candles to air mattresses—with the same insanely low price point of their groceries.
Don't believe us? We rounded up a few of the coolest home products you can buy at Aldi to prove our point. From foldable lamps to stylish luggage, read on for eight unbelievably affordable home finds you can score at Aldi.
Easy Home Foldable LED Lamp, $14.99
Few things can dress up a boring desk area like an eye-catching table lamp. This geometrical stunner lays flat when not in use, but can be folded into several different shapes when expanded. Did we mention it comes in both rose gold and gunmetal gray?
Searching for a cheap way to transform an empty wall into a functional—and kid-friendly—space? Available in black, cotton white, and vintage gray, this can of chalkboard paint will work wonders in a lifeless kitchen or kid's room.
Crofton Colander Assortment, $4.99
Liven up your kitchenware for cheap with this colorful three-pack of colanders. They're dishwasher safe and less than the price of pasta delivery.
Easy Home 4' Folding Table, $24.99
While they're not always the most attractive option, foldout tables are great to have on hand for parties and family dinners. This one folds in half and has handles, but more impressively, only costs $25.
Skylite Rolling Carry-On, $24.99
A chic (and expandable) rolling carry-on suitcase for only $25? Need we say more?
Sure fancy cocktail glasses are fun to drink out of, but they're hardly safe to take outside. These colorful plastic tumblers are durable enough to endure outdoor entertaining, and cost a budget-friendly $5 for a pack of four.
Gardenline Pop-Up Gazebo, $59.99
Forge a nicely shaded lounge area in your own backyard with this clever (and affordable) pop-up gazebo. It quickly folds up into an easy-to-transport carrying case, and when expanded, offers 100 square feet of cool shade.
Gardenline Slat Back Chair, $19.99
The only thing better than a sleek outdoor chair is a weather-resistant one—for only 20 bucks at that.