This Grocery Store Is Launching an Affordable Furniture Line

Almost everything is under $25.

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Affordable European grocery store Lidl officially landed in the US earlier this summer, and while the company is already making waves for its culinary offerings—Belgian chocolates and aged British cheddar, anyone?—we’re more interested in a different side of the grocery store. Namely, its furniture offerings.

Part of what makes Lidl so unique is that it offers so much more than just food. In addition to home essentials, the store also sporadically offers furniture and decor pieces, with the next one hitting US stores on November 2nd and 6th. This specific collection will include nine furniture items and 10 decor items, available for a limited time while supplies last.


Among the products we’re eagerly anticipating is a sleek and modern wall shelf. It’s ideal for small space organization and the contemporary design will easily elevate any empty wall.

There are other furniture items in the line, such as a furry stool and industrial-looking side table, but smaller decor pieces like faux fur rugs are great for people in search of smaller updates to make to their homes.


Also of note is the imitation oak dresser Lidl is coming out with. At $69.99, it’s the most expensive piece in the collection, but it’s nearly identical to Ikea’s 3-drawer Brimnes chest and costs about $60 less than the Swedish retailer’s version.


Aside from the slightly pricier dresser, the rest of the items will range from $3.99 to $24.99. For now, the items are only available in-store, so check out this map to find a Lidl store near you.

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Elly Leavitt

Writer and Editor

Elly enjoys covering anything from travel to funky design (tubular furniture, anyone?) to the latest cultural trend. Her dream apartment would exist on the Upper West Side and include a plethora of mismatched antique chairs, ceramic vessels, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases—essential to her goal of becoming a poor man’s Nora Ephron. You can probably find her in line at Trader Joe’s. You will never find her at SoulCycle.