‘Kmart moms’ show off their VERY luxurious walk-in closets – complete with beauty bars and towering shelves of designer shoes
- Australian ‘Kmart Moms’ Have Showcased Their Incredible Walk-in Closets
- The spectacular spaces are filled with towers of shoes and designer clothes
- Some have beauty bars complete with light up vanities and huge mirrors
- Many look like the insides of five-star day spas and luxury fashion boutiques
Australian moms have showcased their spectacular walk-in closets in enviable social media photos.
The glamorous spaces are filled with every luxury imaginable, including designer clothes racks, shoe towers and beauty bars with light-up vanities with cosmetic mirrors.
One has a wall decorated with the iconic Prada logo, while the other looks like the inside of a five-star day spa and luxury fashion boutiques, styled with jewel-colored ottomans, rattan baskets and brushed wood drawers.
But while you might think the cabinets cost tens of thousands of dollars, they’re all the more impressive because they’re outfitted with budget-friendly fixtures from discount stores like Kmart, Target, and Adairs.
While you might think the cabinets cost tens of thousands of dollars, they’re all the more impressive because they’re outfitted with budget-friendly fixtures from discount stores.
The glamorous spaces are filled with every luxuries imaginable, including racks of designer clothes and beauty bars with light-up vanities with cosmetic mirrors (photo)
Photos of the cabinets, which have garnered more than 1,500 “likes” since they were uploaded to the Facebook group, Kmart Inspired Homes, have sparked dismayed reactions online.
“These are walk-ins that I wouldn’t want to walk out of,” a woman replied.
‘Oh wow. I wish I had some sort of walk-in closet. Nice,” added another.
A third said, “Dreams are made of this.”
Others said the photos inspired them to renovate their own wardrobes.
One has a wall decorated with the iconic Prada logo (pictured)
Most are filled with towers of shoes and dozens of drawers for underwear and accessories
Photos of the cabinets, which have racked up nearly 900 “likes” since being uploaded to the Facebook group, Kmart Inspired Homes, have sparked bewilderment online
Many said the spaces are ‘what dreams are made of’
Affordable makeovers for budget purchases completed at home from Kmart continue to be popular across Australia.
Earlier this year, a mom took credit for transforming her bedroom by wallpapering the walls with $3 rolls of vinyl from the discount store.
The vinyl — which has been described as an affordable way to spruce up rooms — comes in a range of stylish designs, including rattan, concrete, marble and oak grain, which the mom used in her bedroom.
A product description on Kmart’s website says the rolls, which measure 45cm long and 2cm wide, can be used to upcycle shelves, drawers and household items.
Earlier this year, a mom took credit for transforming her bedroom by wallpapering the walls (pictured) with $3 rolls of vinyl from the discount store.
The vinyl already has 40 five-star reviews online, many raving about how easy it is to apply.
One customer said she used the oak style to cover a set of drawers to match her dining table.
It is certainly the cheapest way to restyle walls or furniture with a wooden effect.
Wood panels cost $32 per 120cm at Bunnings, while installation costs can range from $500 to thousands, depending on the size of the room.
The vinyl has been described as an affordable way to refresh your interior je
It comes in a range of stylish designs including oak wood grain (left) and marble (right)
The mom would have needed some vinyl rolls to paper her walls, but the DIY job probably didn’t cost her more than $50.
Photos of her handicrafts have been widely praised since they were uploaded to social media, with many saying they planned to experiment with vinyl themselves.
“Looks great,” one woman replied, while another said she loved the idea because it makes painting superfluous.