RENOVATING a council house is a piece of cake for one savvy mum who’s managed to totally transform her flooring for £14.
DIY mum Whitney refused to spend a fortune on snazzy tiles or wooden floor boards.
Instead, she popped to The Range and uncovered the savviest hack to make her tired kitchen floor look like a marble mansion.
Whitney posted a video of her epic hack online to give everyone a step-by-step guide on how it’s done.
She’s seen sitting on the floor of her kitchen wearing a cute sky blue dress.
She’s holding what looks like a roll of wallpaper, but we’re all mistaken.
“Transform your council house on a budget,” she says.
“I have just got new flooring for my kitchen for £14.
“I went to The Range and spent £14 on their vinyl adhesive. I laid it down and it went down amazingly.”
As she explains the process, Whitney films herself spreading the sticky-backed adhesive across her kitchen floor.
She pushes the smooth material flush against the walls and cabinets so that it looks like a proper marble tile.
“This has totally transformed my kitchen,” she says. “It looks ten times better.
“All I did was remove any bits from my original floor, then cleaned it.
“I just popped the adhesive down and cut the edges.”
Whitney is totally thrilled with her handiwork, which took literally no time at all.
“This took less than one hour and I only needed two rolls of vinyl.”
Showing off the final result, Whitney can’t help but gush over how amazing her kitchen looks.
“I’m so buzzing, I feel like I want to do all of the floors in my house now,” she says. “Look at me living my best life in my kitchen.”
Whitney – aka It’s Me Bad Mom – has 158,000 followers on TikTok, and everyone is raving about her incredible hack.
One impressed user said: “Thank you, I have this stuff and it’s going on my horrible council bathroom floor.”
A second commented: “Ace idea, you’re amazing.”
And a third replied: “What a good idea. I always used to use this so I’m not sure why I didn’t think of it for the floor. It looks so good.”
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