WE all want a cool house before the family comes down for Christmas.
Luckily, two content creators have shared their cheap and easy hack to transform your entire kitchen for just £35.
Couple Sam and Tom, known online as @homebysamxtomoften share home hacks with their 3,300 followers.
In their recent videothe pair can be seen redecorating their kitchen using adhesive tiles from Home Bargains.
Taking to Instagram, they said: “This is how I added adhesive tiles to our kitchen for just £35 from @homebargains!!”
“Love how it has transformed the area and brightened it up, we painted the walls a few months ago but there was definitely something missing.
“We want real tiles eventually, but we also want to change the countertops, so we’ll all do it together when we’re ready, it’s a cheap and cheerful way and it turned out much better than I did thought!”
Fans loved the easy and cheap hack, with the video earning over 12,500 likes and having been viewed over 860,000 times.
Followers rushed to share their praise in the comments, writing, “Thank you so much, I’ll give this a try. Good work.”
Another said: You just gave me an idea! I’m absolutely obsessed, it looks fabulous.
They also shared their own tips on how to use the sticky tiles, with one explaining what to do around power outlets: “With the sticky tiles, the easiest way to get around an outlet is to isolate the circuit by turning off the circuit breaker. , then loosen the screws and move the plug away from the wall.
“Next, cut the tules so that the cut edge is slightly under the socket.”
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The self-adhesive vinyl wall tiles come in packs of three sheets, priced at £3.99 each.
On the Home Bargains siteit is advisable to apply the tiles on normal walls painted in matt emulsion.
Users should also wait at least two weeks after painting to apply the tile sheets, and should also clean their walls of dust and debris before applying them.