Get ready to channel your inner Martha Stewart (or, let’s be real, Helen Bidou), because the Kmart Masterclass sessions are a series of free classes to teach you how to make your home over.
The series will give you a crash course on cooking, storage and interior decorating and it’s enlisted some big names to help. Most importantly, Khanh Ong, whose live tweeting was the best part of this season of MasterChef, tbqh.
Ong will teach you how to make two delicious recipes while Sally Flower, Australia’s First certified KonMari consultant, will give your her best decluttering tips and interior stylist Aimee Tarulli will show you how to makeover you living and dining rooms.
Start dreaming about your perfect home now, because the Kmart Masterclass sessions begin next week.
#1 Room Refresh
Learn how to “achieve true bedroom bliss” (not that kind) and get insider tips and tricks for creating a living space that’s ultra relaxing.
When: Wednesday, July 29 at 6.30pm
Get the inside scoop on styling your dining and entertainment spaces. Whether it’s because we love cooking or we’re spending so much time hunched over our fridges shoving chocolate in our mouths, why not do it in style?
When: Wednesday, July 29 at 7.30pm
Khanh will show you how to use Kmart kitchen gadgets to create two delicious recipes.
When: Thursday, July 30 at 6.30pm
#4 Storage Solutions
Who else has amassed a shit tonne of clutter during iso? The final masterclass will teach you how to Mario Kondo the junk away and declutter, organise, and create space.
When: Thursday, July 30 at 7.30pm
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All of the classes are free to join, and you can register online here.
According to the website, these masterclasses are part of the “August Living” schedule, so we might even be in for a regular series from the legends at Kmart. A girl can dream!
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