A blush pink three-tier kitchen trolley, a $39 bathroom cabinet with shelves and a floor mirror with secret storage are part of the stunning new range at Kmart.
The retailer has unveiled more than 120 Australian-designed homeware pieces across décor, kitchen, dining, bedding, storage, outdoor and indoor categories.
Shoppers can update every space of their home on a budget with luxury items that look considerably more expensive than their remarkably affordable price tags.
Notable deals include a 16-cube unit for $119, a timber dining chair, a $12 bamboo organiser, a $49 rattan shade floor lamp and a $59 oak desk with drawer.
A $30 blush pink three-tier kitchen trolley, a $39 bathroom cabinet with shelves, a $59 floor mirror with secret storage, $39 timber chair, a $40 set of two storage trucks, $40 kids round table and a $59 desk are part of a stunning new range at Kmart
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For a clutter-free space in the kitchen, bedroom or office, the $30 blush pink three-tier trolley is perfect for storing essentials in one place.
Add a rustic look to the bedroom or hallway with a $59 pinewood floor mirror with extra storage space for hiding shoes, hats, jewellery or hanging coats.
To display magazines, flowers, photo frames, books or other decorative accents, a $119 cube unit is a versatile storage solution for the living space.
A great addition to the dining area, shoppers can get a timber chair for $39 or add a $19 contemporary-style bucket chair in the kid’s playroom or bedroom.
Store everyday essentials, toiletries and towels in a $39 bathroom cabinet with shelves, which offers plenty of storage in the bathroom.
Parents can take their children’s bedroom to the next level with a $189 wooden house-shaped bed frame that fits a standard single mattress.
Organise toys, laundry, blankets or other knick-knacks in a set of two storage trucks for just $40, which comes in two colours – blush pink and mint.
Those working from home can style with office with a $59 desk with drawer and storage space or a $69 mesh chair designed with adjustable height.
The retailer has unveiled 120 Australian-designed homeware pieces across décor, kitchen, dining, bedding, storage, outdoor and indoor categories (picture of an $89 rattan storage shelves)
Refreshing light wood finishes, bouclé textures, raw materials and sleek black metal dominate the new range, with luxury items looking considerably more expensive than its remarkably affordable price tags (picture of a $40 arch mirror, a $149 buffet unit and a $19 coat stand)
The new items come just weeks after the retailer unveiled an Online Exclusives range featuring bouclé chairs, storage shelves, ottomans, dresser drawers, stools, bookshelves, side tables, entertainment units, cushions and more.
The collection features larger pieces such as a three-seat sofa, rattan and modern style bed frames and mattresses, larger in size living and dining room collections, nursery items and more.
The accents of natural hues, new fabrications and textures feature within the collection have been developed and curated by the retailer’s in-house design team and buying team in Melbourne.
Shoppers can expect to find refreshing light wood finishes set to elevate the feel of any space with touches of Bouclé textures and raw materials.
Modern and sleek black metal and oak finishes also feature within the collection for those with a taste for industrial interiors.
There are new pieces across décor, kitchen, dining, bedding, storage, outdoor and indoor furniture that illustrates flexible styling (picture of a $39 three-tier modular storage shelf)
‘We are so proud to be introducing our latest collection to the community and we can’t wait to see the many ways in which our customers style and use our products in their homes,’ Meryn Serong, Kmart’s home divisional merchandise manager, said.
‘The team have been working incredibly hard to curate a collection we know our customers will love – from drawing inspiration from across the globe, listening and applying customer feedback to developing the quality standards, and then applying these learnings to pull together the latest range.
‘We strive to offer our customers newness whilst still being able to build on your existing homewares and purchase with purpose.’