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DIY fan gives outdated kitchen an amazing makeover using Wilko bargains & saves a fortune by doing EVERYTHING herself

A DIY enthusiast has shown off the incredible result of hard work and creativity after completely transforming her outdated kitchen on the cheap.

Rachel Rose wanted a brand new kitchen for her Glasgow home, but wanted to keep the costs down – so took to it with a paintbrush instead giving is a bright, modern makeover.

Rachel Rose gave her kitchen a cheap makeover and it looks incredible


Rachel Rose gave her kitchen a cheap makeover and it looks incredibleCredit: Rachel Rose/ Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It/Facebook

Opting for a white-wash, modern look, Rachel, who shares her home interiors on Instagram, said she achieved the look by painting the cupboards with Wilko paint and tackled the work tops with modern marble-effect sticky-back plastic.

But the DIY fan thought of everything – even a solution for extra storage.

Rachel said she picked up some storage extenders from The Range for just £3 which helped her declutter and store more in

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Mum-to-be transforms drab kitchen with Frenchic paint & B&Q bargains

THEY say your kitchen is the heart of the home – but there’s no denying that they’re one of the most expensive rooms to renovate.

Well if you fancy taking on a home improvement project in time for Christmas, then you might want to take notes from savvy mum-to-be Dearbhaile Cooke.

The mum-to-be painted over the pine cupboards using Frenchic's Blackjack paint


The mum-to-be painted over the pine cupboards using Frenchic’s Blackjack paintCredit: Dearbhaile Cooke

The 29-year-old – who is currently nine months pregnant – has revealed how she transformed her drab kitchen using Frenchic paint and by adding a trendy new sink from B&Q.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the mum-to-be explained how the kitchen makeover helped “pass the time” during her final weeks of pregnancy.

Rather than replacing the dated wooden cabinets, Dearbhaile decided to paint over the pine using two tins of Frenchic’s Blackjack paint – which cost £54.

The DIY fan had previously used the

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