The Kitchen Kmart Hack You Need To Know About

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Genius!

A member of Kmart Home Decor & Hacks Australia has wowed followers with a genius - and easy - Kmart hack.

Priya Davidson uploaded the idea - which costs just $49 to achieve - to the Facebook group explaining: "Hacking genuine marble hallway table to an elegant trash station that accommodates recycling, rubbish, composte [sic] and bin bags. No more eyesore as I do not like bins in cabinets."

She also included instructions and the Kmart products used for those who wanted to give the hack a go themselves.

^^^ Add a curtain and you're laughin'.

In her post, Priya explained that she had repurposed her $49 Kmart marble table and added panels (covered in the $3 white woodgrain adhesive vinyl also from Kmart).

"I had to replace my bins as flip lids won't work. Also, check that bins fit underneath and across and most importantly, it is practical for you to use them," she added on the post.

As for the labels? Priya made them herself: 

"Print, cut laminate, double-sided tape at the back and sticky tape around the edges," she said simply.

The hack is going OFF online, with comments including, "You are a genius!", "That is the best" and more.

Not to be outdone, Priya has copied the same process to create a "dog food station".

Images: Supplied, Getty

Written By Ally Parker

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