A MUM has revealed how she transformed a little girl’s room into a floral paradise on a budget using bargains from Amazon and B&M.
Stacey Jones, a mum-of-three, worked as a visual merchandiser for Debenhams for seven years – before being made redundant recently.
Stacey Jones took to the Facebook group DIY On A Budget where she shared the amazing before and after snaps.
After transforming her son's room into a jungle-themed den she has decided to pursue interior decor professionally, sharing her makeover's on Instagram.
Her latest project was the little girl's room which had previously been in serious need of some TLC with the bland beige walls far from a girl's dream bedroom.
But after her hard work the room now looks straight out of a fairytale thanks to a few bargain buys.
The walls are covered in trailing vine leaves and pink peonies which the mum picked up on eBay for a total of £60.
She covered the ceiling with golden star decals to give the magical illusion of the night sky.
Stacey put her crafty skills to use and made an L out of flowers she picked up from Home Bargains for the client Lottie.
She picked up the rug, curtains, dressing table, dream catcher and toy basket in a huge haul from B&M.
Fellow group members were amazed by the finished result, praising her handiwork in the comments.
One wrote: “This looks Amazing! What little girl wouldn’t love this? ❤️”
“What a beautiful room for a princess” said another, while a third added, “Beautiful wish it was my room lol so little girly.”
You can follow Stacey on Instagram at Sweet Home of Mine.
Where Stacey got her bargains
- Wall decals – eBay £60
- Swan wall decor – eBay £10
- Bed – crazypricebeds £149.99
- Bedding – eBay £20
- Rug – B&M £40
- Pom Pom curtains – B&M £18
- Light shade – Argos £25
- Toy basket – B&M £9.99
- Dream catcher – B&M £1.50
- Dressing table – B&M £50
- Lights on bed – B&M £5
- Shelves – Amazon £15
- Flower letter I made myself using flowers from HomeBargains £16
- Swan mat on bed – Amazon £10
In other DIY news, this mum transformed her bland appliances with the help of stick back plastic.
And this mum and daughter quoted £1,000 to transform their bathroom do it for just £100.
Meanwhile this mum who couldn’t afford a new sofa turns her drab brown couch into a chic navy one by PAINTING it & it only cost £30.
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