The ultra-stylish piece is becoming harder and harder to find in stores!
Australian Kmart shoppers are obsessing over a new rattan sideboard. It is super versatile, as you can use it for storage, as a TV stand or use multiple sideboards to create your own piece.
Since its launch in mid-June, the $59 sideboard has been selling out in Kmart stores across the country. Customers have even been comparing the budget-friendly piece to luxury designer pieces, some of which cost up to $2000.
It's made from rattan, a type of vine used for crafting woven wicker furniture. Interior designers have been styling the low cupboard, highlighting its expensive look and endless potential.
Samantha, an interiors influencer who posts under the username Kmart Hack Queen, purchased the rattan sideboard, as well as two matching $39 side tables. The savvy Kmart shopper combined the two side tables to make a mounted shelving unit for her laundry room.
"If you're renting, this would be perfect. Budget friendly and stylish, put your own touch to your place you call home," says Samantha
"When you decide to leave the house and move on, you just take it with you. Also, in your own home, this would be handy for those short of storage. Why not treat your laundry to a makeover?"
She continues: "This could be used for lots of stuff: You could store your fresh washed towels in here if you have no linen cupboard or not a lot of room. All your bedding could be stored in here too."
Rustic-style DIY home influencer, Kim, who works under the username Our Home of Bliss, also discussed the incredible value of the rattan piece, stating that the entire new Kmart range might be the best ever.
"Honestly in love with the whole new range. They have definitely hit the mark as always," she said in an Instagram post.
The sideboard is still available in stores but is currently unavailable to buy online. There is also a new matching $25 round rattan lamp and rattan side tables that are labelled as "coming soon" on Kmart's official website.
Lead image: Instagram/thekmartlover/kmarthackqueen
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