Kmart’s new Aussie homewares range: Our 5 top items under $60
Get inspired by Kmart's new homewares range that delivers stylish solutions at low prices.
If lockdowns and travel bans have given you the redecorating itch, Kmart Australia has just launched a range of home and living essentials that are sure to impress.
Inspired by Australian flora and fauna, the latest line delivers a huge selection of dining, storage, art, décor and furniture pieces that will elevate your space without blowing your budget.
Before you start filling your cart with reckless abandon though, you can check out our 5 top picks under $60 to ensure you're getting your money's worth.
Proper rattan shelves usually cost hundreds of dollars, putting them firmly out of reach for many home lovers. This rattan-look option, on the other hand, rings up at just $59, while looking every bit as stylish as its designer rivals.
This gorgeous framed artwork is guaranteed to add colour and life to any space. Created by Yorta Yorta woman and contemporary Aboriginal artist, Holly McLennan-Brown, the artwork was inspired by the Cummeragunja Walk Off in 1939 and comes complete with wall hanging hooks.
You can find out more about both the artwork and the artist here.
If you're short on space in the bathroom department, this handy 3-tier trolley is perfect for storing your essential items. With a black metal finish, the piece will also add a modern, minimalistic finish to your room.
Crafted from medium-density fibreboard, this black coffee table offers a sleek, yet sturdy solution to your living room. At just $59, it's also an incredibly cheap way to furnish your space, with many other coffee tables costing well over $100.
Those after a no-fuss bedside table can snap up this light fibrewood style for a tiny $29. With its simple design, the table will seamlessly slot into just about any decor.
While some designs have now sold out online, you can either wait for a re-stock or purchase them in-store.
To celebrate the arrival of the new range, Kmart will also be holding its next inspirational Masterclass episode, airing online for free on Sunday 1 August at 7:30pm AEST.