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Kmart set to host interior design, cooking and Marie Kondo masterclasses for shoppers

Kmart 2.0: Department store launches interior design, cooking and organisation masterclasses for shoppers – and they are FREE

  • Kmart Australia will host four-part virtual masterclasses offering shoppers tips
  • In a brand-first, the budget retailer has teamed with a line-up of experts
  • Among the co-hosts is MasterChef Australia: Back to Win contestant Khanh Ong
  • The classes kicks off nationwide on Wednesday, July 29 and Thursday, July 30

Kmart Australia is set to run a four-part virtual masterclasses offering shoppers interior styling tips, cooking secrets and Marie Kondo-inspired storage solutions.

In a brand-first, the budget retailer will host the series with a line-up of experts, including MasterChef Australia: Back to Win contestant Khanh Ong.

The live masterclasses kicks off between Wednesday, July 29 to Thursday, July 30.

MasterChef Australia: Back to Win contestant Khanh Ong (pictured) will host a live cooking series, one of four virtual masterclasses held by Kmart Australia over two days

Kmart’s four-part masterclasses 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29

6.30pm – Masterclass 01 – Room Refresh: Interior stylist Aimee Tarulli will provide tips to achieve bedroom bliss, and ideas to create the ideal lounge room

7.30pm – Masterclass 02 – Dining: Aimee Tarulli again, who will deliver Masterclass 02 – Dining: presenting ways to achieve the ultimate at-home dining experience and family entertaining space

THURSDAY, JULY 30 

6.30pm – Masterclass 03 – Cooking: MasterChef contestant Khanh Ong will showcase two of his favourite recipes using Kmart’s latest kitchen appliances and cookware

7.30pm – Masterclass 04 – Storage Solutions: Australia’s first-ever certified KonMari Consultant, Sally Flower, will share her top secrets to achieving Instagram-worthy at-home storage solutions

Interior stylist Aimee Tarulli, from Melbourne, will deliver a ‘room refresh’ workshop where she will provide tips to achieve ‘bedroom bliss’, and ideas to create the ideal lounge room.

Aimee will offer her recommendations on how to achieve the finest at-home dining experience and family entertaining space.

In the kitchen aisle, celebrity chef Khanh Ong will share his practical cooking tips on creating delicious savoury and sweet meals.

Interior stylist Aimee Tarulli (pictured) will deliver a 'room refresh' workshop

Australia's first certified KonMari consultant Sally Flower (pictured) will dive into her top secrets in getting the best at-home storage solutions

Interior stylist Aimee Tarulli (left) will deliver a ‘room refresh’ workshop, while Australia’s first certified KonMari consultant Sally Flower (right) will dive into her top secrets in getting the best at-home storage solutions

Sally will inspire viewers to declutter, re-organise and create Instagram-worthy spaces with the discount store's latest homewares range

Sally will inspire viewers to declutter, re-organise and create Instagram-worthy spaces with the discount store’s latest homewares range

Aimee will offer her recommendations on how to achieve the finest at-home dining experience and family entertaining space

Aimee will offer her recommendations on how to achieve the finest at-home dining experience and family entertaining space

Aimee will offer her recommendations on how to achieve the finest at-home dining experience and family entertaining space

During his cooking masterclass, the TV personality will use Kmart’s latest kitchen appliances to whip up mouth-watering dishes.

And to conclude the series, Australia’s first certified KonMari consultant Sally Flower will dive into her top secrets in getting the ultimate at-home storage solutions.

She will inspire viewers to declutter, re-organise and create Instagram-worthy spaces with the discount store’s latest homewares range.

The audience can tune in throughout the broadcast to participate in a live Q&A with the masterclass expert panel.

Fans can register online for one or all of the free masterclasses on the website.



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