How to replicate Kim Kardashian’s luxurious concrete bathroom look using budget buys from Kmart

How to replicate Kim Kardashian’s luxurious concrete bathroom look using budget buys from Kmart

  • Kmart has introduced a range of Kim Kardashian-esque ‘sand’ products
  • The budget range includes a soap dispenser, tray, toilet brush holder and tumbler
  • Instagram account For The Home Australia shared a reel showing the range

Fans of Kim Kardashian’s sparse concrete bathroom can now replicate the look on a budget as Kmart has launched a range inspired by the star’s minimalist look.

Instagram account For The Home Australia shared a video showing the neutral bathroom accessories from as little as $6.

The budget range includes a soap dispenser, tray, toilet brush holder and tumbler.

‘If you loved Kim Kardashian’s sparse home tour, you’re going to love Kmart’s new bathroom accessories,’ the account wrote.

‘The textured concrete hand dispenser has a minimalistic sand look, perfect for creating a neutral palette in your bathroom.’

The ‘sand look’ range includes a $6 tumbler, $8 bathroom tray, $8 sand dispenser and $13 toilet brush.

The account added: ‘You need these in your life’.

Instagram account For The Home Australia shared a video showing the neutral bathroom accessories from as little as $6. The budget range includes a soap dispenser, tray, toilet brush holder and tumbler

Fans of Kim Kardashian's sparse concrete bathroom can now replicate the look on a budget - as Kmart has launched a range inspired by the star.

Fans of Kim Kardashian’s sparse concrete bathroom can now replicate the look on a budget – as Kmart has launched a range inspired by the star.

‘The texture feels super expensive’.

Fans were quick to comment saying they loved the look.

‘I LOVE.’ said one.

‘Need this!’ added another.

Kim showed off her stark bathroom for Vogue's 73 Questions in 2019, revealing the massive sink which was designed by her then-husband Kanye West, interior designer Axel Vervoordt and architect Claudio Silverstrin.

Kim showed off her stark bathroom for Vogue’s 73 Questions in 2019, revealing the massive sink which was designed by her then-husband Kanye West, interior designer Axel Vervoordt and architect Claudio Silverstrin.

Kim also explained that it was Kanye who was responsible for the bespoke lighting in their huge bathroom.

Kim also explained that it was Kanye who was responsible for the bespoke lighting in their huge bathroom.

Kim showed off her stark bathroom for Vogue’s 73 Questions in 2019, revealing the massive sink which was designed by her then-husband Kanye West, interior designer Axel Vervoordt and architect Claudio Silverstrin.

Kim also explained that it was Kanye who was responsible for the bespoke lighting in their huge bathroom.

Instead of individual lights, the whole ceiling is an illuminated panel including the portion that is above the large glass-encased shower.

Instead of individual lights, the whole ceiling is an illuminated panel including the portion that is above the large glass-encased shower.

Instead of individual lights, the whole ceiling is an illuminated panel including the portion that is above the large glass-encased shower.

It’s the latest in a line of dupes launched by Kmart – which recently launched a $10 replica of a classic ‘daggy’ pair of sliders so much they have almost sold out across the country.

Kmart’s $10 adjustable sliders look near-identical to the $65 beige Maseur invigorating massage sandal which has made a comeback among stylish Australians over the past few years.

The must-have sliders have been so popular they are completely sold out online, but some lucky customers may be able to find a pair in a few stores that aren’t out of stock.

Kmart’s Maseur dupe are available in sizes 5-11 and will ‘go great with your favorite dress, jeans or sports luxe outfit’ according to the retailer’s website.

Shoppers online are divided over the traditional shoe style with some keen to try them out whereas others think they’re ‘outdated’.

Kmart's $10 adjustable massage sliders have sold out online and in most stores after coming back into fashion

The popular sliders are a perfect dupe of the $65 beige Maseur invigorating massage sandal which has made a comeback among stylish Aussies over the past couple of years

Kmart’s $10 adjustable massage sliders (left) look near-identical to the $65 beige Maseur invigorating massage sandal (right) which has made a comeback among stylish Aussies over the past couple of years

Shoppers online are divided over the traditional shoe with some keen to try them out whereas others think they're 'outdated'.

Shoppers online are divided over the traditional shoe with some keen to try them out whereas others think they’re ‘outdated’.

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