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    Quote Originally Posted by miss_petepie View Post
    Yep I brought one the other week. Actually pretty sturdy and love it. Worth the $49
    Good to know. I will finish the room on the weekend and see if it will go with the room

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    I bought 2 of these to use as bedside tables but haven't set them up yet. Now i am worried they might be too big?
    They are 50cm squared42177258-tf-1.jpg

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    Sorry, I'm an awful enabler, but it looks like their website has been updated.

    http://www.kmart.com.au/category/hom...-Kitchen270715

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    This is bl00dy awful!
    I don't need any of this stuff.
    And I'm in a rental, I can't put holes in the wall to hang anything, yet I've bought FOUR hanging items.
    I need help!


    What's the general opinion on artificial plants.
    I really like greenery around the house but this is where plants come to die!
    I kill everything.
    It's really a miracle that my kids are fine.

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    Who bought the cloud light?
    How did you attach it to the wall?
    I'm thinking of one over each bunk for the boys.

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    Oh I'd LOVE this giraffe for DD.
    I had to leave my own giant wooden giraffe at home when I moved here 8 yrs ago.
    I never got over that, it still breaks my heart

    http://www.kmart.com.au/ideas/rainy-day-play-ideas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    This is bl00dy awful!
    I don't need any of this stuff.
    And I'm in a rental, I can't put holes in the wall to hang anything, yet I've bought FOUR hanging items.
    I need help!


    What's the general opinion on artificial plants.
    I really like greenery around the house but this is where plants come to die!
    I kill everything.
    It's really a miracle that my kids are fine.
    Good quality fake plants look ok. Cheap tacky ones look just that - cheap and tacky.

    I also seem to kill everything... But have somehow managed to keep alive a Japanese peace lily for over 5 years now. Have you tried one of those?

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    Yeah I was thinking of a proper investment in fake plants, not Kmart

    Just Googled that Japanese peace lil, wow! yeha I love that.
    Indoors and out of sunlight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Yeah I was thinking of a proper investment in fake plants, not Kmart

    Just Googled that Japanese peace lil, wow! yeha I love that.
    Indoors and out of sunlight?
    Yup - indoors and out of sunlight! Water whenever. They can actually live in water so you can't water them too much. On the other hand I've gone for weeks without watering it too and it's been fine. I'm in southeast Queensland so not sure how they would go in colder climates.

    Earthborn has some good quality fake plants

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    Default **spin off** Kmart appreciation thread

    I bought these fake plants (below) and they actually look good. I think it's because they're not too big. Some of the bigger ones looked really bad. I liked the look of the lavender online but they were hideous irl

    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1438223674.894054.jpg

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