DIY mum transforms kitchen for just £55 with the help of Poundland bargains

A DIY mum has managed to transform her "bland" white kitchen into a stylish room for just £55.

Anna Beniaiche, 34, wanted to jazz up the tiles for a while but would often put it off as she didn't know where to start.

But after walking into a Poundland store for some household items, she spotted stick-on grey hexagon print tiles and fell in love.

She bought the entire stock at the store in London before asking the shop assistant where she could buy more.

The mum-of-two drove seven miles to Wembley to buy 40 more stick-on tiles to stock up for her transformation.

Then later that day the Marks and Spencer shop assistant spent a few hours reworking her kitchen with a plush design.

She said: "I just couldn't look at the white any longer! I just love it. Thankfully, because of lockdown, I could find the time to do it.

"I have been meaning to retile it for a while but I couldn't decide which colour or design.

"The tiles caught my eye and I phoned my husband who just said to give it a go.

"There were only a few packets in there so I asked the shop assistant the nearest shop which had them in stock."

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Anna added: "I quickly made my way across London so I could get the rest.

"I didn't actually see them on the shop floor and had to ask someone to get them out of the stockroom.

"I'm just shocked at how good they are. They were stick-on and are heat safe.

"At first I thought if I get bored of them I can keep them up for a few years and then take them down but I love them!"

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Now after sharing her incredible transformation, Anna hopes to encourage others to give it a try.

She detailed: "I hope other people see what I've done and give it a go!

"It's easy to do and most of the time you put something off because you've got to pay someone. Everybody likes a bargain."

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