If you think getting a new look for your kitchen costs a fortune, think again.
This mum managed to change almost everything about hers for under £200.
Charlotte Greedy, 26 from Pontyclun, Wales, used stick on tiles, worktop paint and new cupboard handles to transform the room.
The stay-at-home mum-of-two regularly posts about her home renovations on her Instagram but this was an ambitious project.
She came up with the idea because she wanted a new look but couldn’t afford the thousands it usually costs to replace a kitchen.
Charlotte told money-saving community LatestDeals.co.uk: ‘I then had the idea of painting it all to mimic a new kitchen. I bought stick-on tiles from a company called Tic Tac Tiles on Amazon to cover my existing tiles and bought Good Home North pole paint from B&Q and painted my worktops.
‘They were a horrible shiny black before and now they’re a matte white colour.
‘I then painted my cupboards using Good Home Durable Delware Satin Multi-Surface paint. I used a mini gloss roller from Poundstretcher to apply both the worktop and cupboard paint and only used a little brush for the hard to get to parts.
‘I changed all my cupboard handles, again purchased from B&Q, and I changed my own plug sockets from white to chrome.
‘I bought my flooring off eBay and used a pen knife and spray glue to fit it, and changed my light fitting to brighter light.’
Charlotte loves her transformation and it’s been very popular on social media.
The post had over 7,000 likes on Instagram.
She said: ‘I am absolutely in love with the transformation and it’s made my kitchen look brand new.
‘Once the kitchen was complete I felt like I could be proud of my kitchen, something I never was. Whenever I go in there now I absolutely love it instead of loathing to go and make dinner.’
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