DIY-loving woman who couldn’t afford £800 carpet creates her own with B&M’s help
A mum who hated her dated wooden flooring managed to jazz up her place using £20 rugs from B&M Stores.
The DIY-loving woman desperately wanted new flooring but couldn't afford forking a whopping £800 on carpet.
She went to her local B&M branch and picked up six stylish grey rugs for £20 each and used them to cover her living room floor.
And she managed to lay them in a way that makes the room look like it's split into two separate sections.
The woman shared her incredible trick on the DIY On A Budget group on Facebook.
She wrote: "Hated my floor I had down as [I] couldn't afford to pay out over £800 on carpet."
The mum added: "So I split my room with rugs from B&M £20 got six which cost £120, I love how it looks."
Other members of the group on social media were amazed by the mum's smart idea with many saying new carpets are expensive.
One wrote: "It looks lovely will be so cosy in the winter well done."
Another added: "That is creative! You could get carpet tape from a flooring store and secure the edges together. You did a good job."
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In other B&M news, a shopper revealed how she felt "overwhelmed" by their first experience in the store.
Rachael Davis claimed she wasn't really sure what to expect from her first experience in the store.
However, she said it turned out to be "wild", as she added: "I don't think I've ever felt so many emotions in such a short space of time."
She told how she went into the store with low expectations but admitted she had heard good things about the "incredible bargains".
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