Mum sick of her boring kitchen turns into it her dollhouse dream by painting the whole thing pink – The Sun

MANY of us dream of adding a girly touch of pink to their kitchens, lusting after curtains, a statement wall or just a splash of colour from a kettle or toaster.

The bold hue is tough to pull off, but that didn't stop one woman taking her pink obsession to a whole new level by giving her kitchen a drastic feminine makeover.

Taking to the Facebook group DIY On A Budget Official, the woman wrote: "I was undecided whether to do the cupboards grey or pink and I am so glad a chose pink.

"Just new flooring and new handles to get for the cupboards, what do you think of the doll house look?"

The woman needn't have been tentative in sharing photos of her stunning new kitchen, as its gone down a storm online.

One woman gushed: "Beautiful. My daughter would love this going to show her that can be her new project."

Another said: "Pink would never of my choice but I really like this. It looks so fresh, you definitely don't need the grey. I think it will spoil it. Well done."

A third chimed in: "Love it, everyone does grey getting bit predictable."

Chuffed with people's comments, the woman returned to the post to thank people for their kind words.

"I wasn’t so sure if it looked tacky but I’m glad everyone thinks it’s lovely, it’s made my day," she wrote.

Naturally, the DIY fan was inundated with queries about how she achieved the pink transformation.

She explained that the rosy cupboards were achieved with a lick of Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch  Multi-Purpose Paint, which she opted for after working out it was cheaper than using vinyl wrapping.

"I was going to wrap them," she said. "But it was going to cost me £150, so I bought paint for £25 and it worked just as good."

To finish the rose-tinted room, the used Amazon stick-on foam wall stickers, which cost £27.99.



For more amazing home transformations, a mum gives her bland wooden kitchen a modern makeover for just £65 using sticky back plastic and B&Q tiles.

Meanwhile this dad-of-three made an incredible playhouse for his kids which includes a garage and private lawn – and it cost just £150.

And a thrifty mum gives her entire kitchen a makeover for just £32 using bargains from B&Q and Amazon.

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