Auxiliar tables Aldi are on sale now and moms are going crazy for the chic home accessory

The deployment of the auxiliary table was delayed until yesterday, and it seems that customers do not waste time to stock up on the luxurious home accessory.

They are back! Thrifty's mothers run to get the popular $ 69 Aldi side table a month after being withdrawn from the sale due to "production problems"

  • The natural wood side table should appear in Aldi's Australian stores for $ 69
  • It looks like the design of the Australian designer Mark Tuckey of $ 550
  • The item was removed in July due to production problems, but is now available in the store.
  • Mothers love design, and many post their purchases in Facebook groups

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Brooke Rolfe for Daily Mail Australia

Australian buyers were outraged last month after Aldi pulled out an elegant side table from the sale at the last minute.

The natural wood side table had to appear in Australian stores for $ 69 as part of the last sale of Special Buys from the retail chain, but was eliminated due to production problems.

The launch was delayed until this week and customers do not waste time buying luxury accessories for the home, especially mothers.

The deployment of the auxiliary table was delayed until yesterday, and it seems that customers do not waste time to stock up on the luxurious home accessory.

The deployment of the auxiliary table was delayed until yesterday, and it seems that customers do not waste time to stock up on the luxurious home accessory.

Impressed by their designer appearance at a fraction of the price, shoppers flocked to social media forums and mothers' groups to share how they designed their new purchase.

Some used the table as support for the bed, while others placed it in living rooms and bathrooms as a peculiar accessory.

The fans had their hearts set on the table weeks before, and several customers were upset after going to their local Aldi to find that the side table was not available.

Customers were impressed by their designer appearance for a fraction of the price, and some bought several tables (pictured)

Customers were impressed by their designer appearance for a fraction of the price, and some bought several tables (pictured)

Customers were impressed by their designer appearance for a fraction of the price, and some bought several tables (pictured)

Buyers took to social networks to share how they had designed their new purchase

Buyers took to social networks to share how they had designed their new purchase

Buyers took to social networks to share how they had designed their new purchase

Some used the table as support for the bed, while others placed it in living rooms and bathrooms as a peculiar accessory.

Some used the table as support for the bed, while others placed it in living rooms and bathrooms as a peculiar accessory.

Some used the table as support for the bed, while others placed it in living rooms and bathrooms as a peculiar accessory.

"Very disappointed, but I'll come back and wait … when it's restocked," a buyer wrote.

"I just saw this – OMG was going to leave at 8 in the morning for that, they have done so much PR on this issue, I am dying," said another.

Many customers claim that the side table looks like a $ 550 version of Australian furniture designer Mark Tuckey.

Many customers claim that the side table looks like a $ 700 version of Australian furniture designer Mark Tuckey

Many customers claim that the side table looks like a $ 700 version of Australian furniture designer Mark Tuckey

The German-owned chain regularly launches cheaper versions of popular high-end trends

The German-owned chain regularly launches cheaper versions of popular high-end trends

Many customers claim that the side table looks like a $ 550 version of Australian furniture designer Mark Tuckey (photo on the left)

The German-owned chain regularly launches cheaper versions of high-end popular trends.

One of those items was the $ 129 Butterfly chair that was launched earlier this year.

High-quality, high-quality versions can cost thousands, with a vintage Knoll International design that sells for $ 3,005.99.

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