Stacey Solomon turns dingy boiler cupboard into a stylish laundry space using Primark & Dunelm bargains

STACEY Solomon has revealed how she turned her dingy boiler cupboard into a stylish laundry space – and it's serious home inspo.

The mum-of-three, who's just bought her dream home in Essex, used Primark and Dunelm bargains and a lick of paint to transform it into a spa-style storage room.

Named Pickle Cottage, Stacey, 31, and 38-year-old fiance Joe Swash's new pad is a stunning £1.2 million Tudor style home.

But the decor isn't quite up to the Loose Women panellist's immaculate standards and she's already begun renovations, tackling the conservatory first.

Yesterday, Stacey made the boiler cupboard her focus.

Posting on her Instagram stories, she said: "Well this has taken me all day but I've thoroughly enjoyed myself. While the big things take time I have to focus on the little things…"

First, Stacey ripped up the "random wallpaper", a floral print, on the bottom of the cupboard, before emptying and cleaning the space.

She also painted the wooden shelves and walls white, then set about folding her crisp white towels hotel-style – describing that as when "the fun starts".

She added: "I thought if I painted it and put loose bits and pieces in baskets it would brighten it up and make it feel more organised.

"Woven square baskets are from Dunelm. Round baskets are from Primark. I love them for home bits and can't wait for them to open on Monday.

"It's 100% brighter just a bit of paint inside a cupboard can really change the feel… This just makes my day. All I need now is some labels".

Stacey previously showed off her bedroom transformation.

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