KITCHEN transformations can be some of the most satisfying projects – especially when they're done on the cheap with little to no expense.
So when a thrifty mum revealed her incredible Hinch-inspired kitchen makeover, people were shocked to learn she'd completely transformed it for under £100 using just paint.
Sophie, who has been sharing her home renovation progress on Instagram, shared a short clip on TikTok which revealed her kitchen renovation she'd completed nine months prior.
But the DIY fan is still so impressed by how she was able to pull off a complete transformation for under £100, that she just had to share.
The kitchen fit out remains exactly the same, and she didn't even replace the appliances or cabinetry.
Before the renovation her kitchen was brown in colour and slightly outdated, but now the space features grey and white hues and is extremely modern – and she did it all with a few strokes of paint.
In her TikTok video, she wrote: "Kitchen makeover using only paint," and revealed she'd painted the entire thing, including the walls, tiles, floors and benchtops.
She later revealed that she'd used two coats of the Zinsser Bullseye 123 primer for everything, before using various paints throughout.
For the tiles, floor and worktops she chose a shade of white by Goodhomes Multsurface durable paint in the colour North Pole.
But for the cupboards, Sophie opted for a shade of grey called Meville by the same brand.
As for the stunning tiles that make up her splashback, Sophie revealed she'd used a stencil she got from Amazon and the same paint to create the luxe looking design.
We can't help but think she was inspired by fellow cleaning and DIY guru Mrs Hinch, who's famed for her iconic grey kitchen.
But it appears they not only share the same name and taste in kitchen fit outs, because the self-confessed DIY fan Sophie has the same grey colour palette throughout her entire home – just like stars Mrs Hinch, Stacey Solomon and Vicky Pattison.
On her Instagram account @sophies.home.full.of.sparkle you can get a glimpse inside her immaculate, recently renovated home with snaps stunning enough to inspire anyone interested in luxury interiors.
Scrolling through her feed you'll be hard pressed to find a photo that isn't Pinterest worthy, but unlike her fellow grey-interior fans, Sophie has opted for splashes of soft pinks and blues throughout.
Her Instagram page is currently sitting at 123k followers, with many fans soaking up her DIY tips and advice on creating a luxe home on a budget.
If you know what's good for you, you'll be clicking that follow button quick smart – on both her social channels.
In other DIY news, crafty son transforms his mum’s junk-filled shed into a trendy outdoor bar for free using old paint and scrap wood.
Meanwhile, this mum created an incredible garden teepee for her kids using a broken bike shed and old net curtains for less than £20.
Plus Stacey Solomon makes stunning garden shelves using old crates and a clever no-drill hack.
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