A SAVVY mum managed to completely overhaul her kitchen for little over £30 by using bargains from Amazon and B&Q.
Charlotte Pugh decided it was high time to give her kitchen a makeover, after living with beige cabinets and a dated worktop.
Charlotte used tile stickers, fablon and new cupboard handles to overhaul the entire room – and the whole project only cost her around £32.
She shared her transformation to Facebook group DIY On A Budget UK, where she said: “Complete makeover for about £32.”
Charlotte bought grey glitter tile stickers from Amazon for £8.98, and she kept the same theme for the cupboards, covering them in glittery fablon from eBay.
She used some trendy marble fablon for the worktops, splashing out on some sticky back plastic from B&Q for £6.
And she changed the handles to complete the look, opting for crystal rhinestone versions, which cost a tenner from Amazon.
Hundreds of people have liked her post online, with the tile stickers in particular going down a storm.
Commenting on the makeover, one person said: “Wow amazing.”
Another wrote: “Love those tiles. Where did u get them?”
A third wrote: “Omg love them tiles.”
This person raved: “Looks amazing!!!”
While another added: “Where are the tiles from and what have you used on your worktop it’s beautiful.”
Meanwhile woman transforms her bland, boring kitchen into a bright and modern space for just £90.
We shared how a mum transformed her grubby old stairs for £10 using Poundland buys and her DIY skills.
Previously we revealed how a woman dyed her stairs from brown to grey in one evening using Wilko £5 product.