Here are the homewares pieces you should buy this Black Friday 2018

Posted: 23 November 2018 3:10 pm
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It's Black Friday and here's our picks for what you should add to your cart.

We all have it. You know what I'm talking about: the long list of things you've been meaning to buy for your home that will give it a bit of a lift, or that appliance upgrade you've been putting off.

Well, we have great news for you: this Black Friday, we've rounded up 10 homewares that will spruce up your place for as much as 75% off, so you don't have to spend time hunting online (or jostling people in the shops, yikes).

Here are some of our favourites - both everyday basics and big-ticket items that will make your house a home. And make sure you check out our comprehensive list of all Black Friday sales to see which stores have the best discounts.

1. A velvet stackable stool

Where to buy: west elm

Discount: $119 $89.25 (Save 25%)

Have a tiny space but need additional seating? These on-trend velvet stools combine both function and form as they stack up neatly when not in use. I'm eyeing the dusty pink, but if pink's not your bag, they're available in a more subdued grey and a vibrant mustard too.


2. A 7-piece outdoor dining set

Where to buy: Freedom

Discount:$1,449 $1,099 (Save 25%) 25%

Perfect for lazy Sunday breakfasts and drinks late into the evening, this compact dining set seats 6 but can fit in a small outdoor space or balcony. The cushions are removable for easy cleaning, and the chairs can be stacked up when not in use. Plus it's the kind of style that won't date, so it's a great investment.


3. A stunning retro Barriss rug

Where to buy: Zanui

Discount: $199 $149 (Save 25%)

Is it time to upgrade your old K-Mart rug? This bright, eye-catching rug from Bariss will make your room look far more expensive than it really is. It's the perfect blend between retro and classical, with its stunning geometric pattern alongside beautiful hues of pink, blue, orange, and green. Pair it with a subdued couch to give a room some pop, or lie it alongside a bright lounge and pillows for a modern-retro vibe. You don't need to worry about size either - this stunner comes in 4 different dimensions. Get the largest and you could save $100!


4. This retro green mixer

Where to buy: David Jones

Discount: $879 $399 (Save 54%)

The coveted KitchenAid stand mixer is basically the kitchen equivalent of a Rolls Royce - except a lot more useful. Hoping to master the art of gelato? Easy. Fresh homemade pasta? Coming right up. Whipping up a mud cake from scratch? No worries. And at more than 50%, there's no better time to snatch up one of your very own.


5. A bedside table that doubles as an art piece

Where to buy: west elm

Discount: $599 $449.25 (Save 25%)

If you want a bedside table that's essentially sculpture, this hits the spot. Designed in collaboration with the uber-cool creative firm Roar + Rabbit, the piece is both stylish and functional, with 2 roomy drawers to hide away all your clutter. And the 25% off sweetens the deal just a little bit more.


6. The Nespresso coffee machine

Where to buy: David Jones

Discount: $399 $299 (Save 25%)

If you need justification to get this one, just think about all the money you'll be saving by sipping your coffee from the comfort of your own home (at least, that's what you can tell your significant other!) Nespresso coffee machines are talked about a lot, and for good reason. This one has an average of 4/5 star reviews, and with it sitting at only $299, it's an absolute steal. Plus, you don't even have to be a barista - just pop in a coffee pod, pour your milk into the frother, and you'll have a beautiful, smooth coffee only seconds later. It definitely beats dragging yourself out of your house for a caffeine hit, that's for sure.


7. A timber tallboy

Where to buy: Freedom

Discount: $1,299 $999 (Save 24%):

Don't hide your wardrobe - show it off! Boasting a beautiful classic design with natural Acacia timber, this 4 drawer tallboy from OTTO is essential in any bedroom. It's flawless design means that it will fit seamlessly among your existing furniture, while still making a statement. Pop a bright green fern on it and you're in for a winning combo.


8. Kikki K 2019 Weekly Diary Gift Pack

Where to buy: Kikki K

Discount: $39.95 $28 (Save 30%)

Whether you love journaling or know someone who does, this adorable set is absolutely perfect. It has all the markers of Kikki K...high-quality paper, a beautiful Scandi aesthetic with hand-illustrated designs throughout, and practical additions such as magnetic page markers so you don't miss any important dates.


9. Tefal Garment Steam Cleaner

Where to buy: David Jones

Discount: $129 $89 (Save 31%)

Okay, so this one isn't sexy, but it's a powerhouse. If you don't have room for an iron/ironing board combo -- or just hate ironing, this compact garment steamer can freshen up your clothes (from crisp cotton shirts to delicate silk blouses) in no time at all.


10. This unique Mulholland Side Table

Where to buy: Zanui

Discount: $2,899 $764.65 (Save 74%)

Stunning doesn't even begin to describe this statement art deco side table - it's sure to make your entire space a lot more luxe. And at nearly 75% off, it's a bargain too, since it has a sturdy glass tabletop and a stainless steel electroplated in a shiny metallic gold. No matter your style, this piece will be a standout addition to your home.

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