If you've ever had the perfect hanging kitchen rack featured on your 'dream kitchen' Pinterest board but you've always thought it would be too expensive to install, this one's for you.
A Kiwi woman has shared her easy hack for creating a kitchen centrepiece that looks like it retails for thousands using budget items from Kmart and Mitre 10.
Posting in Facebook group 'Kmart & The Warehouse Hacks & Decor NZ', Levin woman Michelle Bayley revealed she used a $16 Kmart shelf, $10 Mitre 10 chain and a pack of hooks to create the rack, writing that even she couldn't "believe how awesome it turned out".
"It might give another mama wanting to do something similar some ideas, [if they] didn't really know where to start."
Screwing hooks into her ceiling, she hung the shelf from the sections of chain above the corner of her kitchen bench.
She then used a series of 'S hooks' from her local craft store to hang pots, pans and colanders.
The stylish and handy result cost a total of less than $50.
Bayley's post racked up over 2400 likes and 300 comments from other impressed New Zealanders, many of whom said they were planning on trying the trick
"I love you! I have one of these laying around I didn't wanna throw it as I don't use it... new use for it now," one person wrote.
"Gorgeous! I always dreamt of having beautiful pots hanging like that! I first need to get some beautiful pots worthy of display unlike my battered set," another wrote.
"F**king genius!" another praised, while someone else wrote it was "stunning".
It's not the first Kmart hack to go viral. Last year an Aussie mum created a gorgeous tiny bookstore for her daughter using the Kmart cubby house.