I'm a DIY fan & people can never tell how I managed to revamp my bathroom – I used a cheap trick, it's a game changer | The Sun

IT doesn’t take a professional to help revamp your bathroom.

Anyone can do it – and cheaply too. 

DIY fan Victoria has proven just this. 

The homeowner, who goes by the name of This English Home on TikTok, has shared her surprising and cheap hack which completely transformed her bathroom.

Victoria shared her before and after makeover video to her 16.8k followers on TikTok. 

The before shot of the bathroom showed it looking bland and empty.


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And after shot revealed a much darker look along with plants to accessorise the room.

The toilet seat, and taps were also painted black. 

Victoria revealed her simple trick was using a black Rust-Oleum spray paint on her taps, which costs around £8.79 from Amazon.

She also freshened up her bathroom by adding white paint to her tiles, and black paint to any metal skirting around the shower and bath in the shades ‘Rivers Edge’ and ‘Steamed Milk’. 

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In the video, she wrote: “It with stands condensation, moisture and cleaning. Perfect for our main bathroom. 

“Even the darker shades are scrubbable.” 

Victoria claimed the paint resists cracking, peeling, and blistering for up to six years. 

And she even painted her bathroom door in a dark shade of the paint.

Victoria added: “Velvety smooth but wipe-able. Available in 110 beautiful shades.

“So when it was time for another change, I chose Rust-Oleum again.” 

The video attracted hundreds of comments with people sharing their thoughts. 

One wrote: “I’m sorry but painting on tiles and plumbware will last a few months and then start to peel off, like your enthusiasm though.” 

To which Victoria replied: “No need for an apology as the tiles lasted three years and the ‘plumbware’ is still going three years.” 

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Complimenting her, another wrote: “Beautiful.” 

A third said: “Great job, looks fabulous.” 

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