Kmart launches a NEW homewares range across Australia – including $8 pastel cushions, $3 plates and plush ottomans for $29
- Interior enthusiasts are obsessing over a stylish new furniture range from Kmart
- The Australian discount retailer launched its latest line on Thursday, January 30
- The collection includes trendy and affordable pieces from as little as $8
- Velvet stools, sheared wool rugs and marble coffee tables are standout designs
- The range was inspired by Australia’s diverse landscape and laid-back lifestyle
Householders keen to overhaul their interior design are rushing to Kmart for a stylish new furniture range, which features fashionable pieces with remarkably affordable price tags.
The Australian discount store launched its latest line on Thursday, January 30, offering trendy accessories and homewares inspired by Australia’s diverse landscape and laid-back lifestyle from as little as $8.
Rich fabrics and jewel shades dominate the collection, with boldly printed cushions for $8 and plush velvet stools in a rainbow of colours for $20.
Luxury navy ottomans which look considerably more expensive than their $29 price tags have already received five-star reviews from satisfied shoppers, less than 24 hours after landing in stores.
Kmart has launched a new range of stylish yet affordable furniture, with boldly printed cushions for $8, marble coffee tables for $49 and sheared wool rugs for $69 (all pictured)
Natural materials nod to Australia’s stunning scenery, with marble coffee tables for $49, woven dining tables for $89, sheared wool rugs for $69 and rattan floor lamps for $49.
Quirky prints pay tribute to native flora and fauna, with oven gloves emblazoned with cacti for $1.50 and feminine quilt covers speckled with flowers for $17.
Incredibly lifelike artificial plants bring a sense of ‘the great outdoors’ indoor, with faux lemon trees for $25 and pepper plants – perfect for benchtops – for $9.
Kitsch homewares like millennial pink plates for $3 and apple crumble scented candles for $4 keep the collection fun and fresh.
Kitsch homewares like $3 millennial pink plates keep the collection fun and fresh, while quirky prints pay tribute to native flora and fauna, with feminine quilt covers speckled with flowers for $17
The collection is inspired by Australia’s diverse landscape and laid-back lifestyle
Kmart General Manager of Merchandise Callum Smith said the range offers fashion forward furniture without designer price tags.
‘We want to make everyday living brighter for our customers. That means giving them the latest trends and styles, at everyday low prices that everyone can enjoy,’ he said in a statement on Thursday.
‘We’ve made a commitment to bring customers low prices for life, and this new Inspired Living range is an extension of this commitment.’
The range is now available in-store and online across Australia and New Zealand.