Bunnings has regularly offered up popular products for plant lovers, and now shoppers are sharing their love for a $17 plant pot that features stunning indigenous designs.
The pots are decorated with traditional Warlpiri designs and stories from Warlukurlangu Artists, with shoppers raving about the items online.
One shopper shared photos of the pots on Facebook, but stressed the snaps didn't "do them justice".
Another said they "can’t wait ’til these are released at my local Bunnings", while a third wrote: "I got two a few weeks back, love them and they’re cement too so nice and hardy."
The indoor pot range is available at Bunnings stores nationally and features 16 different designs by 13 artists. Each pot costs $16.99, with sales directly benefiting the artists of the Yuendumu Art Community.
Comments continued to flood the various posts with one person joking: "I think I need some new pots, not sure what for but that doesn’t matter does it?"
Sadly it seems they are indeed getting snapped up quickly.
"My partner went to buy me some for my birthday today and they were sold out!" one person warned.
Bunnings’ director of merchandise Jen Tucker told news.com.au the store was also pleased to be working with Warlukurlangu Artists.
“We’re glad to play a small role in showcasing their work and sharing the stories behind the artwork which are featured on the labels of each pot,” she said.
Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation manager Cecilia Alfonso also said the group was “thrilled”.
“We love how the pots look and all the featured artists are bursting with pride to have had their images selected.”
It comes after Kmart shoppers also shared their excitement for a $25 Indigenous art piece being sold by the store.
New Beginnings, a print from young Yorta Yorta woman Holly McLennan-Brown, was called "beautiful" and "the best thing Kmart has done".
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