The new February Living range is more comprehensive than ever before and abounds with colour and texture, reflecting the latest interiors trends.
In store from 1 February, there are sure to be a host of favourites to win over not only existing fans of the big retailer’s affordable homewares but garner a whole new raft of interiors-loving shoppers after an affordable makeover for their living spaces.
With something to offer for every area of the home, the range includes bedding, furniture, interior and outdoor décor, dining, cookware and storage. Prices range from as little as $3.50 for décor items and $1.50 per piece tableware and include a bench mixer for $69, a blush pink velvet armchair for $49 and a timber A-frame clothes rack for $39.
There’s something for every taste, with three distinct trends guiding the textures and colourways:
The ‘Timeless’ trend speaks to the warm pinks and greys we’re loving so much, from blush pink velvets to more earthy tones, punctuated with dark burgundy and highlighted with touches of marble and metallic finishes in gold.
The ‘Natural’ trend is more minimal in its palette, combining dark, sleek timbers in mid-century modern designs with moody blues and textured ceramic glazes.
The ‘Urban’ trend shows elements of a transition from industrial style finishes of concrete to includes faux leather in a classic butterfly chair, $39 and black metal framing on hall consoles and coffee tables with dark greys and charcoal in the palette.
We predict the clever and stylish storage options to run off the Kmart shelves and on to yours with a range of warm grey felted storage pockets and hanging organisers, tubs and baskets from as little as $6.
Kids bedrooms haven’t been left out with dreamy bedlinen options in celestial starscapes or unicorn pastels, complete with metallic throw cushions, dreamcatchers and glow in the dark wall clocks. There’s even a handful of stylish must-haves for your pet.
Kart Australia's new February Living range will be available nationwide in-store and online from 1st February 2018.
This article originally appeared on Home Beautiful.