Australian budget retailer Kmart has launched a purse-friendly storage and organisation range – all for under $15.
The stylish collection dubbed ‘inspired living’ includes ‘practical and versatile storage solutions’ for bedrooms, bathrooms, living spaces, laundry and kitchen.
The discount chain has upped the stakes by offering shoppers affordable products, including storage boxes from $6, ‘collapsible’ baskets from $9 and tubs from $5.
Retailer Kmart has launched a purse-friendly storage and organisation range – all for under $15
Get organised in the kitchen with the $10 three-tier bamboo shelf to display your spices in the pantry, or a $7 turntable for your condiments.
At irresistible low prices, shoppers can get their hands on ‘stackable’ bamboo baskets from $7 to store onions and potatoes or a $15 bread bin with cutting board.
From $7, there’s a selection of storage containers, featuring a ‘push close mechanism’ to keep content such as dried pasta or even packed lunch concealed.
If you’re looking to declutter your home this winter, there’s a variety of storage boxes to choose from that won’t break your budget.
Get organised in the kitchen with the $10 three-tier bamboo shelf to display your spices in the pantry, or a $7 turntable for your condiments
For the laundry room, there are baskets from $10, glass jars from $6 and $15 clothes airer
From $6, homeowners can grab felt storage boxes to put away any bits and bobs, products, socks, belts, handbags or even photographs in one place.
If you’re looking to store away your summer clothes for winter, there are ‘extra large’ storage bags available from $8 for a pack of two.
To keep your bathroom organised, you can store your skincare products in the $14 water hyacinth baskets or collapsible baskets from $9.
If you’re strapped for space, there are 36 litre ‘underbed’ storage containers on wheels from $10, perfect to store away any summer clothes you no longer wear.
The range has been divided into categories in the new catalogue, allowing customers to browse the deals based on their own needs and interests.
The sale runs until Wednesday, June 5.