A SAVVY mum revamped her wooden kitchen using B&Q paint and sticky back plastic – and it only cost her £65.
She shared snaps of her bland kitchen to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, revealing dark counters, a tired floor and plain cabinets.
The mum decided to modernise the room, and bought some cabinet paint in shade loft grey, for £36, as well as some trendy mosaic-style tile stickers for £16.90, both from B&Q.
Finally she bought a roll of sticky back plastic from Amazon in a chic marble design, for £12.75.
She set about transforming the room, and advised anyone considering a makeover: “If you don't like your kitchen paint it, just be brave and go for it!”
But it wasn’t all fun and games, as she said: “There were times when I had a few cross words with the sticky back plastic and I wished I painted the worktop too instead of losing my s**t, but for now I'm happy with it.
“It's holding out well and can be bleached, scrubbed etc.”
Explaining how she managed to get the floor tiles done around the cooker, she explained: “I lifted the hob and tucked in the edges.”
The last thing left to do is properly cover the splashback after using the same floor tiles on it, but she had a found a way to work around it in the meantime.
- V33 Renovation Loft grey Satin Cupboard & cabinet paint, B&Q, £36 – buy now
- GoodHome Poprock Black & white Mosaic effect Self adhesive Vinyl tile, B&Q, £16.90 – buy now
- D-C-fix ® Sticky Back Plastic, Self-Adhesive Vinyl, Amazon, £12.75 – buy now
The mum added: “The splash back of tiles will be covered to be fire and heat resistant with a clear splash back, once it's made.
“In the meantime I only use the front left ring as it’s my favourite.”
More than 2,200 people have liked her transformation, and are impressed with her patience with the sticky back plastic.
One person said: "Few cross words, me and you both! Great job though well done."
Another wrote: “You've done an amazing job.”
A third commented: “What a transformation, it looks fabulous.”
While this person thought: “Great job! You must be so pleased.”
And this mum with ‘ugliest house on the street’ reveals amazing transformation and people think she built a new one.
Meanwhile this dad-of-three made an incredible playhouse for his kids which includes a garage and private lawn – and it cost just £150.
Plus this bloke transformed his tired bedroom into trendy boutique hotel style room with bargains from Amazon and eBay.
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