Mum updates her drab grey bathroom floor using £14 tile stickers from Dunelm after she didn’t have time to stencil

A CRAFTY mum completely revamped her bathroom by updating her floor with tile stickers, as she didn’t have time to stencil.

She decided it was finally time to tackle the bathroom, which had a drab grey floor which resembled concrete.

The mum simply didn’t have time to paint on a trendy stencil design, so opted for a much quicker revamp – and people love it. 

Sharing her mini-makeover to Facebook group Extreme Budget DIY & Life Hacks, she said: “I finally did the flooring, so pleased with it, looks so much fresher and brighter in there now.

“I used floorpops from Dunelm to do this, I could have stencilled but I didn’t think about it at the time.” 

She picked up some water resistant tile stickers from Dunelm, called floorpops, which cost £14 a pack and are incredibly simple to use.


The mum went for the Comet design, and the website describes it as: “Refresh your flooring without the hassle with these peel and stick floor tiles from Floorpops. 

“Featuring a handy peel and stick design that requires no grout or special tools, these floor tiles will bring the illusion of real floor tiles to your home but are much easier to apply.” 

Hundreds of people have liked the transformation, saying her bathroom looks miles better now. 

One person said: “Omg just beautiful well done.”

  • Floorpops Comet Self Adhesive Floor Tiles, Dunelm, £14 – buy now

Another wrote: “Looks beautiful!”

A third commented: “That’s absolutely gorgeous!”

While this person simply added: “Love it.”

Plus this mum revamped her bland stairs for less than £20 & people reckon it looks better than carpet.

Meanwhile this thrifty woman saves £3k by making a ‘designer’ mirror using Amazon bargains after falling in love with the posh one.

And this mum who didn’t want to fork out £5k for a new driveway revamps her tarmac with a £20 paste & it looks brand new.

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