Mum reveals how she transformed her dingy downstairs toilet for FREE using leftover wallpaper

A MUM has revealed how she transformed her tired downstairs toilet into a chic washroom – and it didn’t cost her a penny.

Taking to the Facebook group, Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK she shared the incredible before and after snaps of the room.

Before the makeover the bathroom was crying out for attention, with the peeling wallpaper and drab carpet in serious need of an update.

But after using leftover wallpaper and scraps of carpet, she has been left with a toilet that Mrs Hinch would be proud of.

Captioning her snaps she said: “Did downstairs toilet.. carpet left over from last year, wallpaper we already had, wooden box given to us.. so just got the accessories.”

She picked up her extra accessories on eBay & B&M to finish the space off.

Fellow group members were seriously impressed, praising her handiwork in the comments.

One wrote: “Beautiful bathroom! So brave having carpet, it does look amazing though!”

“What an improvement. Pleasure to go for a wee” joked another.

A third added: “Looks so lovely years ago we had carpet in our toilet and bathroom growing up! Love it looks beautiful.”


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