Mum gives her dated brown kitchen a psychedelic makeover for just £35 using sticky back plastic

A MUM gave her drab brown kitchen a bright and funky makeover using some fablon, and it only cost her £35. 

She inherited a very dated kitchen after moving into her new home, with a splashback made up of shades of beige, brown and mustard.

Now with lots of free time in the lockdown, she finally decided to tackle the eyesore. 

She picked up a roll of trendy fablon online, going for a psychedelic pattern covered in blue, red, pink and yellow, called the Kopenhagen design.

The thrifty mum spent £35 on her supplies, with each roll costing just £6 each. 

She shared snaps of her handiwork to Extreme Budget DIY & Life Hacks, where it’s racked up dozens of likes. 

The mum said: “Since moving into my house I've never liked kitchen splash back tiles.

“With being in lockdown I finally got round to changing them for a total of £35.00! 

“I know they won't be to everyone's taste but I love them lol.”

Her impressive makeover was fairly easy to achieve as well, as she added: “Once I got started yeah it was just fiddly around the switches but other than that it was fun to do!”

People have praised the makeover, adding the brown tiles were not a good look. 

One person said: “Love it love it love it!! I love quirky things.”

Another wrote: “Better than those brown tiles. Whoever invented them should be jailed. I hated them.”

A third commented: “Love them, where are they from if you don’t mind me asking.”

While this person added: “Looks so cheery!”

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Meanwhile this mum transformed her tiny loft cupboard into an amazing chill-out den for her toddler for free.

Plus this mum transforms her entire ‘shabby’ home for just £300 using B&M and Home Bargains buys.

And this Disney fan revamped her boring staircase with quotes from her favourite films using eBay bargains.

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