Give Kmart a chance for his money! The top 10 buys from Target’s stylish new range of luxury homewares – including $ 6 emerald green towels and a $ 59 pouf
- Target Australia has unveiled the latest winter home items to brighten up your home
- With many people working on their DIY projects, now is the time to buy
- It sells luxury cotton towels for $ 6 and velvet bed blankets for $ 79
- There are also a number of pillows for $ 25 and rugs that cost $ 59
Days after Kmart Australia’s new range of home goods took the Australian shopping world by storm, Target released its latest luxury decor collection – including $ 6 cotton towels and $ 15 wicker storage baskets.
The budget-friendly retailer has reinforced the desire to use only high-quality materials for his furniture and linen ranges, but at a price that everyone can afford.
The new collection, which keeps it seasonal with deep emerald green and dark wood colors, is now available online and in-store, and there are a few products that customers in particular should pay close attention to.
One of the best parts is the beechwood cleaning kit, which includes a broom ($ 15), window wiper ($ 5), wood brushes ($ 10), and dustpan ($ 12).
An assortment of textured carpets is offered at the same time, with prices starting at $ 59 (left), as well as $ 15 storage baskets (right)
One of them is the beech wood cleaning set, with a broom ($ 15), windshield wiper ($ 5), wooden brushes ($ 10) and dustpan ($ 12) that go beyond plastic when it comes to how aesthetically pleasing they look at home.
They are fully functional and can sweep up any spills and dust mites you encounter on your property, especially as more adults work and children play indoors.
There is an assortment of textured carpets offered at the same time, with prices starting at $ 59. Choosing different colors and sizes to overlay can be an easy way to build elegance in a room.
A steal at $ 59, the Sofia Ribbed Ottoman adds a splash of color to the lounge areas
For an extra touch of luxury, invest in the Cotton Velvet Coverlet in Queen (right), which is $ 79 as part of the range of winter classics
TOP 10 BUYS FROM TARGET’S LUXURY HOMEWARES RANGE:
1. Supima cotton towel range in bunch from $ 6- $ 25.
2. Cotton velvet blanket for a queen bed – $ 79.
Vera Faux Fur Cushion – $ 25.
4. Faux fur cushion – $ 25.
5. Various textured carpets ranging from $ 59- $ 159.
6. Cleaning set made of beech wood.
7. Storage baskets between $ 15 and $ 30.
8. Sofia ribbed pouf – $ 59.
9. Mila Chair – $ 129.
10. Mila Ottoman – $ 79.
The Sofia ribbed pouf is a bargain at $ 59 and adds a splash of color to the lounge areas to match the Supima cotton towel assortment in forest which you can pick up from $ 6.
Supima cotton is considered to be a superior variety of the fabric grown in the United States. It represents less than one percent of all cotton grown in the world.
What makes it unique to other cotton is the extra long staple fiber that gives it more strength, softness and the ability to maintain a bright color.
For an extra touch of luxury, invest in the Cotton velvet blanket in Queen, which is $ 79 as part of the range of winter classics.
A new range of pillows – some matte and others fluffy – are released for $ 25 and are the perfect addition to a bed or sofa you want to add color to
Finally, the matching Mila Chair (shown), which is $ 129, and Mila Ottoman, which is $ 79, will be dropped in stores and online from mid-May, and it’s worth paying attention
The navy color and minimalist design are sure to be a hit at launch, especially given the seasonal calls for dark and hues
It feels soft so that the occupant of the bed feels as if he is resting under a cloud or a collection of marshmallows.
A new series pillows – some mat and others downy – released for $ 25 and make the perfect addition to a bed or couch you want to add color to.
Finally, the matching Mila Chair, which is $ 129, and Mila Ottoman, which is $ 79, will be dropped in stores and online from mid-May, and it’s worth looking out for.
The navy color and minimalist design are sure to be a hit at launch, especially given the seasonal calls for dark and hues.