5 Kmart Furniture Pieces You Should Have in Your Home

They’re multipurpose, they’re cheap and will make your house look next-level chic.

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Kmart Furniture (Kmart Australia)

We all enjoy a well organised and nicely decorated house, don’t we? But although we wish we could make our house worthy of a feature in Vogue Living, we sometimes need to compromise and opt for the less expensive and more practical options, especially if your living space isn’t as big as a mansion, just like you hoped it would be by now.

So what do you do when you want to buy chic looking furniture while also saving money?

You go to Kmart.

Because space is always an issue and nobody wants to have a house cluttered with items that purely serve a decorative purpose, here are five essential pieces of furniture you will find at your nearest Kmart. Not only will they make your house look more chic, they also have the potential of giving you the reputation of an interior design guru. All hacks thanks to yours truly, Pinterest.

1) Pegboard with Wooden Shelves, $29:

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Pegboard With Wooden Shelves (source: Kmart Australia)

You can use it as an inspirational board or organiser, and decorate it however you please.

2) White Stool, $12:

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White Stool (source: Kmart Australia)

Use it as a side table next to your bath or in the living room. You put it everywhere around the house, really.

3) Patterned Canister, $5:

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Patterned Canister (source: Kmart Australia)

Get a few with different patterns and use them as utensil holders, makeup brush holders, planters… whatever needs holding in a pretty container.

4) Rectangular Wire Basket, $7:

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Wire Basket (source: Kmart Australia)

You can put your shoes in these baskets and hide them under your bed; you can hang them on the wall and put fruit and veggies in them, or you can hang them on the wall and use them as paper organisers.

5) Corkback Placemat, $2:

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Corkboard Placemat (source: Kmart Australia)

This one’s easy. Just grab a few placemats with the patterns that you like most and that suit the colour palette in your room and use them as wall art, hanging them in the best looking cluster you can come up with.

Now off you go. Kmart is waiting for you!

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Carla is a twenty-something year-old photographer and writer that recently moved to Melbourne and has never felt more at home. She has lived in 7 countries, traveled to over 30 and has filled one entire passport with stamps. She has diagnosed herself with chronic travel addiction. Whenever her head isn’t busy thinking of the next escape, you will most likely find Carla either watching TV series or updating her Instagram feed. Her interests are ever growing and they include world news, science, fashion, donuts and sudoku puzzles. She also has a degree in Psychology and has been deemed to be a good listener. Whether she enjoys that or not is a different story.

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