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Yep, These Affordable and On-Trend Chairs Are Available at Bunnings

bunnings rattan chair

It’s official: Bunnings has the Midas touch. From baking tools and servingware to home-delivered workout equipment, the hardware superstore continues to give the people what they want.

The latest additions sending shoppers into a spin is a chic range of indoor furniture, and more specifically, statement chairs ideal for any living room or bedroom corner.

The range of chairs come courtesy of Home Bazar. The brand began stocking its sustainably sourced products at Bunnings in April, and shoppers have been going wild for the pieces ever since.

Perhaps the most popular in the collection is the Living Paradise rattan chair. With a peacock-inspired fan back, the piece appears like a blossoming flower or peacock tail in the corner of a room.

It comes with a cosy white seat cushion and costs just $159 (that is, if you’re lucky enough to spot one in-store).

Near-identical models have been spotted at double the cost, so the Bunnings buy is a fantastic deal and an easy way to spruce up your abode on a budget now.

But the difficult part for any shopper will certainly be choosing just one or two in the range. Home Bazar’s collection at Bunnings has garnered a lot of attention for interior addicts online for their inspired design and uber affordable prices.

One such design we’re desperate to see his the floor is the Malibu rattan chair, $269. The piece has been spotted and snatched by a handful of shoppers, though not all stores have received the item just yet.

Home Bazar says the Malibu chair is “crafted from the finest rattan by local artisans using age-old techniques,” to offer a luxurious yet effortless charm to your home. “The ethical and sustainable approach to crafting these chairs solidifies the purity and gift from and to nature that it is.”

It comes with two cushions for the back and seat and is a steal when you consider the cost of near-identical designs, that retail for around $700.

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