DURING lockdown, we've seen some pretty amazing home renovations, and the best ones have often cost very little or nothing at all.
Sick of her tired, boring kitchen, one woman decided to spruce up her cupboards and proved that £20 goes a long way as she now has herself a beautiful new space.
Many have taken sticky back plastic to the bench tops and tile stickers to the floors and walls in a bid to create a brand new look for their kitchen.
But this DIY fan has created a stunning pink and white colour palette using the abstract masking tape technique to revamp her kitchen cupboards.
The popular design has taken off online over the past few months with many people using the technique to create stunning and effective features walls on a budget.
But while this crafty woman admits her new look isn't everyone's taste, she is extremely happy with her new pink paradise.
Posting in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group she revealed that she picked up some pink glitter paint, and baby pink paint in addition to some white all for just £20 – and that includes the brushes too.
While the rest of her kitchen remains the same, her once ordinary brown cupboards now feature the stunning abstract design adding colour and personality to her home.
"I actually really like this, completely different and unique," one person wrote
A second wrote: "its fab! You have done a beautiful job"
Meanwhile, a third fan wrote: " I literally have this worktop style and I hate it!!! Love the cupboards, look brill."
In other DIY related news, we showed how a woman transformed her drab staircase with stylish wood panelling and the whole look only cost her £30.
And a woman created an amazing feature wall for a tenner using sticky back plastic and a mirror she made for £1.
Plus a clever mum uses the hole in her sink to fit a soap dispenser – and claims washing up has never been easier.
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