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Thrifty woman turns boring IKEA counter into marble-effect dressing table of her dreams for FREE using B&M samples

Aliyu

Aug. 04, 2020

IF money were no object, every surface in our home would be marble - we're talking kitchen counters, sideboards and, most importantly, our dressing tables.
But as we all know, this fashionable finish comes at a price -and a very high one at that.
That said, one savvy DIY fan has revealed how she revamped her boring IKEA dressing table using a marble B&M wallpaper sample - and it looks as good as the real thing.
Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK , the woman explained how the desk makeover didn't actually cost her a penny.
She wrote: "I already had the white IKEA desk but was getting bored of it."
But rather than buying a new one, the DIY fan decided to try giving it a simple update first.
"I got a sample piece of wallpaper from B&M and put it underneath the glass," she added. "It looks so much better!"
The woman then finished off her dressing table set-up by adding a mirror, her makeup brushes and a pretty plant on the top.
Her post has racked up almost 1,000 "likes" in the group - and people were blown away by how easy it is to do.
One replied: "Looks fantastic! Especially with that amazing wallpaper."
Another added: "Never thought of that! Was just thinking how dirty mine was getting from makeup etc."
A third wrote: "I put family pictures under mine."
For more home hacks, Mrs Hinch’s toilet paper hack will make you feel like you’re staying in a luxury hotel & it’s SO easy to do.
And this woman got her grotty oven door sparkling in minutes without using ANY cleaning products.
Plus this cleaning fanatic instantly got rid of creases in sheets using £1 B&M spray & shoppers are rushing to stock up.
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