Need to give your home décor a lift, but don’t have lots of cash to play with? We’ve found the best K-mart hacks to give you some homes-peration, on a budget.
 
Basket make over
Put your own stamp on the sea-baskets by adding tassels and pompoms – throw in a fiddle leaf, and they’ll look like they’ve come straight from a beachfront holiday house. Minus the cost of an interior designer. 

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@thekmartdiaries

Midas Touch lamp
Give a golden touch to the pineapple lamp with some polka dots – just use a circle stencil and some gold spraint in a satin finish.

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@portobellogypsy

Switch out the candle
This geometric candle holder is the perfect size for pencils or pens, and will make a funky and functional addition to any desk.

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@stephkovacs

Or why not swap in an indoor plant to bring your living room to life?

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@pandabearium_terrariums

Faux wall garden
Fill the hexagonal wall boxes with fake succulents and you’ll have an indoor wall garden that’s impossible to kill.  

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@cottonandcurls

Easy-access book case
The 3-shelved bookcase on its back makes a wonderful open bookcase for kids – just add wooden legs, like these ones from Bunnings.

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@nathalialee

Upsized outdoor setting
Combine two outdoor table settings to make one large square table – perfect size for a BBQ dinner with friends. 

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@i_am_tam

Colour-me-clock
Bring this white clock to life by colouring in the numbers and the tip of the hands with acrylic paint or paint pen.

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@sasha_malmstedt

Cork board feature
Fasten two cork placemats ($4 each) to the wall, and you’ve got a simple and stylish pin-up board.

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@thebargaindiaries

Cheat’s side table
Team the wire pot rack ($5) with a marble look placemat ($2) and you have yourself a side table. Swap in a serving tray for placemat, for a new look tabletop, armed with edges.

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@why_not_k8

Concrete-look stools
Take the concrete stools and spray the seats with @rustoleum_australia grey. You can leave the legs black, or for an all-white kitchen, spray white.

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@katedevinenewlambton