IF we won the lottery tomorrow, the first thing we'd do is renovate our kitchen – but until that lucky day, we're making do with the dated decor, dodgy oven and chipped paint.
But while we always assumed it would cost thousands to give the most used room in our home a makeover, one savvy woman has revealed how she transformed her space using bargains from Wilko and B&M.
Posting on the Facebook group B&M Bargains and More, the DIY fan explained she gave her bland kitchen a new lease of life with some cheap grey paint.
Sharing amazing before-and-after photos with the group's 526,000, she wrote: "Paint for the tiles, walls and cupboards all from Wilko."
As for the terracotta-coloured floor, the woman stuck some self-adhesive B&M tiles over the top of the old ones.
Rather than replacing the counters completely, the DIY fan bought some wood-effect vinyl from Amazon to give it a modern look.
To finish off the room, the woman purchased some new grey kitchen utensils from B&M to go with the new colour scheme.
She added: "I took me about three days to do – mostly waiting for paint to dry. Hope this helps anyone in need of some inspiration!"
The post racked up over 2,000 likes in the group and members were blown way by the transformation.
One replied: "Looks like you've had a new kitchen installed!"
"Brilliant job, well done you," another added. "Not an easy task and it looks ace!"
For more amazing home transformations, this couple are mortgage and rent-free after buying a £2,500 double decker London bus and turning it into a stylish home.
And this woman made a chic DIY hanging closet wall with gold racks from Amazon.
Plus Stacey Solomon revamped her fur-covered wardrobe with Amazon tiles and bargain paint.
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