Excuse us, Bunnings just released a new homewares line and you're going to want it all.

Excuse us.

We have a very important announcement.

Bunnings Warehouse just launched a new wallet-friendly homewares collection and we want all the things.

Yes, the home of plants (we’re looking at you, Crazy Plant Ladies) and iconic sausage sizzles are officially taking on the likes of Kmart, Target and ALDI.

Back in July, the retail giant branched out from gardening and home renovations when they launched their Smart Homes Products range.

The highly anticipated homewares range included chairs, throws, rugs and cushions – and you can bet all the prices are ‘the week before pay day’ levels of affordable.

From the $9 Seville Waffle cushions to the $11.98 Smart Home Products Throw Rugs, the range was filled with stylish, soft furnishings.


The Seville Waffle cushions, $9 and the Smart Home Products throw rugs, $11.98

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The Harman Bali relax chair, $249


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Now, this month, Bunnings have released a brand new storage range to complement their homewares range.


The range includes a Scandi-inspired free-standing garment rack, which is priced at $75, linen-look ottomans starting at $15, and a whole bunch of woven baskets and containers.

Here's just a few items from the range, which we're currently eyeing up very intensely:

The Flexi Storage Living grey ottoman, $15 – $29.

Organisational storage baskets, from $19.98.


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The collection is available in Bunnings stores from July 27, while stocks last.

Consider it all on our wish list.

What's your favourite piece from the new collection? Tell us in a comment below.

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