IT'S one the most used and loved areas of any home – but when you get bored of your kitchen decor, it can cost a fortune to revamp.
That said, one savvy woman has revealed how she gave her tired kitchen appliances a pretty rose gold makeover for just £20 – and now we're desperate to give it a go ourselves.
Posting on the Facebook group DIY on a Budget Official, Kim Smith explained how she bought rose gold spray and silver adhesive from Amazon with the intention of just updating her fridge.
But she loved the end results so much that she ended up redecorating her washing machine and dishwasher too.
Kim gushed: "After upcycling the fridge with rose gold spray paint and silver fablon, I got a bit carried away and decided to try it on my dishwasher and washing machine.
"I know it's maybe not to everyone's taste but I love them. They're much better than they were at least!"
After covering the surface of the appliances in the £10 grey adhesive, Kim then sprayed a coat of the rose gold spray over selected areas for a stylish finish.
What's more, you can pick up the bargain spray for just £10 on Amazon.
Although it takes 24 hours to set properly, you can layer coats of the spray every 30 minutes and it takes just 20 minutes to touch dry.
Then all the mum needed to do was write over the areas she'd covered in the rose gold spray – including the washing machine settings and dishwasher temperatures.
- Rust-Oleum Rose Gold Spray Paint, £9.99 from Amazon – buy now
- Fablon Silver Self-Adhesive, £9.33 from Amazon – buy now
Unsurprisingly, other members of the group were blown away with the results and the mum's post has now racked up over 1,800 comments.
One replied: "They all look amazing!"
Another added: "Love it. Brilliant idea and very designer looking."
Meanwhile, a third gushed: "That is very cool! Could be a business."
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And this mum praised a £2 Wilko spray for making her mattress smell fresh and lifting stains as her daughter struggles with bed wetting.
Plus this mum created a Mrs Hinch-inspired kitchen using £28 Amazon sticky wrap after being quoted £7k for a renovation.
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