Woman gives her boring bathroom a stunning monochrome makeover using £28 stick-on tiles from Dunelm

A SAVVY mum managed to overhaul her bland bathroom for less than £30 by using stick-on tiles. 

She revealed that as she rents the house, she couldn’t make any permanent changes but found a crafty way to update her bathroom floor. 

She bought two packs of stick-on tiles from Dunelm, called the Floorpops Remy Self Adhesive Floor Tiles, which cost just £14 each.

The design is described as “an elegant gothic motif in a cool grey colourway", and they've been flying off the shelves as they're so easy to lay – seeing the design sell out in some places.

The result of her simple mini-makeover is a bright and fresh floor, which has a ‘water-resistant finish’, which she can easily remove when she moves out. 

She shared her budget transformation to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, where she said: “Our £28 bathroom floor revamp in a rented property. 

“Self adhesive tiles were from Dunelm (two packs used).”

And explaining how she got round the tricky part around the loo, she said: “Did a template and cut with that.”

Her makeover has been liked nearly 3,000 times, as people were impressed with her DIY skills. 

One person said: “Think I will do this in my kitchen and bathroom.”

Another wrote: “That looks absolutely fantastic I have being thinking of doing something with my passage and kitchen that would run right through very nice.”

A third said: “Wow what a transformation. Looks lovely.”


This person asked: “Love this. How did u do it round the toilet? I want this in my downstairs toilet.” 

Someone else raved: "Wow such a difference, much brighter the whole room."

While this person added: “I need some for my bathroom they look good don't they.” 

Meanwhile this mum made her own wallpaper using copper paint and tape because she couldn’t find the perfect print.

And this mum reveals how she transformed her dingy downstairs toilet for free using leftover wallpaper.

In other DIY news, this mum revamped her grey kitchen using £10 stick-on tiles from Amazon.

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