Woman transforms ugly brown kitchen with three bargain changes from B&Q – saving herself £7k | The Sun

A WOMAN who prefers "holidays over houses" has shown how she transformed her kitchen for just £100.

Jess saved herself an incredible £7,000 by doing the kitchen herself using bargains from B&Q.

"It's crazy what a difference £100 has made to my kitchen," she began her TikTok video.

"It was previously blue with orange wood.

"It was awful and looked like Cath Kidston's hideout."

So, she decided to transform the worktops by covering them with vinyl.

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She took the laminate off the cupboard doors and repainted them, before spray painting the handles.

And to finish everything off, she "added a cute little plant shelf".

Jess also revealed that the glow up had been quick and easy, as she managed to do it "over the weekend".

"Don't mind me saving £6900 on a new kitchen," she captioned her video.

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People were quick to comment on the clip, with many asking what products Jess used to achieve the incredible transformation.

"I used Silver Sage RustOleum kitchen cupboard paint £25," Jess said.

"Rust-Oleum spray paint £14.

"Ribbeck oak vinyl from b&q, 3 rolls (£7.50/roll)."

"That’s a brilliant transformation," another praised.

"I’m going to do mine but worried about the vinyl wrap on the work tops.

"Was it hard to do?"

"I would start in an area you won’t really see if you make a mistake," Jess suggested.

"Good thing is you can just replace it for like £7.50!

"To be honest, it’s hard but I made so many mistakes and you can literally just use cut offs to repair."

"Babe this looks amazing!!!!!" a third said.

To which Jess replied: "Thank you SOOOOO much – I am buzzin with it!

"Just need a nice table with a cosy lamp on now!"

She also revealed that she'd shown off her crafty skills.

"Where is the plant shelf from?" someone else asked.

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"Made it babe out of old Bed slats and nails," Jess responded.

"I had some old bed slats which I cut into half and then joined them with a shorter piece with screws (so easy) painted with leftover paint I had."

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