DIY fanatics are painting their floors as they try to spruce up their homes on the cheap… and it’s saving them thousands

PEOPLE are giving their floors amazing makeovers for next to nothing by painting them – and the results are amazing.

Taking to Facebook, DIY enthusiasts have showcased their kitchens and bathrooms which look like they have been totally refurbished.

After becoming bored with her current lino in her bathroom, Katie Wright used masonry paint to cover her bathroom floor.

The wood effect flooring is now a chic grey that Mrs Hinch would be proud of.

Also opting for grey another mum coated her kitchen floor tiles in paint before regrouting the tiles in white to give her space a fresh finish.

Meanwhile Rachel Spear got creative with her kitchen floor tiles, which were seriously in need of an update.

After covering the tiles in a grey paint, she then went over them using an £8 stencil from Etsy and white paint creating a pretty pattern.

Also opting for a stencil was Zoe Mccann who was desperate to find a way of making her bathroom tiles look “more bearable without ripping them up.”

She began with a white primer paint and using a stencil from eBay created a black geometric pattern with garage floor paint.

“I’m chuffed with how it turned out” she added.

Hoping to bring a little sparkle to her bathroom, Julia Miller added glitter to her floor paint.

She said: "Painted it white then added glitter looks lush especially when you turn the light on."

In other DIY news, this mum transformed her staircase with simple tiles and it looks so chic.

And a woman created an amazing feature wall for a tenner using sticky back plastic and a mirror she made for £1.

Plus a clever mum uses the hole in her sink to fit a soap dispenser – and claims washing up has never been easier.

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