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Five Cheap-As-Chips Furniture Pieces You Can Buy Right Now To Update Your Home Stat

We asked a stylist to tell us the five easy pieces you can grab today to give your house a lift. Back up the truck, we're going in.

Bored with your bedroom? Fed up with your fixtures? Angry about your, erm, alcoves?

Need some cheap and chic styling inspo?

According to stylist and decorating expert Zoe Gilpin who's famous as The DIY Decorator,  there are some great buys out there right now that can change up the mood in your room faster than you can say, "I wish I could burn all this stuff and start again."

"In the age of affordable decorating, it's so easy to get the look for less using on trend, quality items from some of Australia's biggest furniture retailers," said interior stylist and decorator Zoe Gilpin. "Using these pieces in your home is a great way to get that magazine look we all want without breaking the bank or skimping on quality."

Five easy pieces

1. Kmart timber occasional chair, $49

"On trend and super affordable, this really popular accent chair will become a feature in any room in a home. With similar designs selling for $800+, it's a great buy!" said Zoe.

2. Fantastic Furniture Marella 2 seater sofa , $499

"This is classic Scandi design, teaming light timber with grey fabric. I'ts a stand out, affordable addition to a modern home, and it will last through different trends."

3. IKEA Vilto storage stool, $32.99

"A Scandinavian-style, functional piece which can be used as a side table in a living room, a bedside table in a master bedroom, an extra bit of bathroom storage  or even in a kids room," said Zoe.

4. Freedom Furniture Ingrid coffee table, $249

"A design that suits so many interior styles, this is the perfect size and style for anyone, said Zoe.

5. Kmart black stone hallway table, $49

"Get the look of luxe for less with this affordable marble look side table," suggested Zoe. "It's so on trend, and a great piece to use in an entrance, hallway, living room or bedroom." You heard the lady.

Feature Image: KMart/Freedom