Their latest ranges – Urban, Industrial, and Classic, have dropped in-store, and we can’t keep away. It’s a world of bargains. Outdoor stick lanterns, stoneware bowls that could pass muster as art gallery pieces, and tableware that makes its mark.
For the price of a coffee you can get a lifetime of pleasure from the fun, trend-driven decorative accessories. Go for the best hurricane lanterns, $4, metal buckets with wooden handles, $7, outdoor cage stick lanterns, $6, (great for entertaining), laundry hampers, $10, benchtop appliance mixers, $69, and hurricane lamps, $4. Timber tray, $9, Butterfly chairs, $39, double-tier bamboo organiser, $12, pepper mills in walnut look, $12, rope dog lead, $6. Plus great prints, $19. LED candles with remote control, set of three, $10. Ceramic wind bell, $5.
What’s really exciting is that these are not low-quality copies but interesting pieces, and great examples of design in their own right. It’s easy to be a snob about design, but beautiful stuff can be found here; and what’s great is that (like many chainstores) Kmart is quick to react to trends and collections ahead of the realization that they’re exactly what your home needs at that moment in time.
Best for tableware, baskets, lighting, furniture, (plates, bowls, desk lamps, chairs, ottomans, stools,), planters to bowls, cannisters, tea towels, pillowslips, and throw rugs. All in classic materials (cotton, concrete, ceramic, metal, timber, leather, cork and glass).
The fusion of fashion, homeware and good living is a heady one. Beware…you’ll want everything. Autumn 2018 is shaping up as Kmart’s best season yet.