Woman transforms 1980s style bathroom into chic modern space using bargains from B&M and The Range

MANY people have been using the lockdown to engage in a spot of DIY.

This includes a woman who has totally transformed her tired 1980s style bathroom into a chic modern space using bargains from The Range and B&M.

Hayley Gore, from Norwich, wowed Facebook users with her handiwork after sharing before and pictures of the home project.

The DIY fan, who works as a team manager at a food store, wrote: “1980s style bathroom, I hated it.

“Could not afford a new one, but I've modernised it.

“I hated people going in my bathroom, now I will be happy for them to.”

As well as turning to The Range and B&M, she also made affordable purchases from Asda and B&Q.

Her post received more than 1,700 'likes' and over 700 comments.

One person wrote: "It’s lovely, looks like a new bathroom."

Another commented: "It looks like a different house! Stunning."

A third shared: “OMG, that's the best bathroom transformation I have ever seen, massive well done it's amazing. Thanks for sharing.”

And a fourth added: "Gorgeous."

Speaking to Daily Star Online, Hayley said: "For the makeover I used v33 tile paint from B&Q, and plastic spray paint for the bath panel.

“The lino was from B&M and all cabinets were too. I got all accessories from The Range, B&M and Asda.”

She added that the whole project cost around £300, and it took three days to complete.

In other homeware news, we revealed how a mum transformed her bare front yard into a stunning space using all B&M buys.

We also revealed that a woman has transformed her front door with just a lick of paint.

And Lidl is selling a stunning waterproof outdoor rug for just £6.99.

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