German discount grocery store Lidl has been making the news as of late, helping create an all out price war among American grocery giants like Walmart (WMT - Get Report) and Kroger (KR - Get Report) . They're also dropping nine furniture items and ten decor items in US stores on November 2nd and 6th.
The decor lookbook resembles that of IKEA, both in price and aesthetic. Stark, minimalist silhouettes are paired with softer accessories so you can get your winter hermit or hygge (essentially the Danish word for cozy) game on. I prefer partaking in the former while telling people it's the latter.
The most expensive piece in the collection is the imitation oak dresser, clocking in at $69.99. The rest of the items will range from $3.99 to $24.99 according to Domino Mag. The pieces are only available in stores and while supplies last.
Bernstein analyst Brandon Fletcher expects Lidl to build between 100 and 200 new U.S. locations per year, with a total of about 600 U.S. stores by 2022. So while you may not have a Lidl near you at the moment, there may be one in the future soon.
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