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I live in a council house and have transformed my hallway with bargains from Dunelm and Ikea, it looks so expensive now

A SAVVY mom shared her incredible council house transformation online, and users can’t get enough of it.

The Newcastle-based mom has completely transformed her home using budget-friendly DIY projects and influenced by modern Scandinavian interior design.

The mother moved into her house almost two years ago and has remodeled almost every room in the house

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The mother moved into her house almost two years ago and has remodeled almost every room in the houseCredit: bramptongardenshome / Tik Tok
The mother used bargain-friendly items to redesign her hallway

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The mother used bargain-friendly items to redesign her hallwayCredit: bramptongardenshome / Tik Tok

The mom who planned to redecorate her home from the start and shares the process Instagram and TikTok account, bramptongardenshome.

She has become hugely popular on TikTok for her incredible home transformations.

She showed before and after pictures of the hallway, which the user loved and asked her mother how and what she bought to move it.

The mother broke down exactly what she used to transform her hallway in one videotapes has been viewed over 50,000 times and has great deals from Dunelm, Ikea and Homebase.

The mother first plaided the floor and switched it to a clean and minimal white laminated floor.

For the walls, the mother used Dulux’s Summer Linen matte paint, which retails for £18 a tin.

The mother made good use of the narrow space in the hallway and used the Ikea storage solution to maximize space.

She used two Ikea TRONES shoe racks, thin enough not to take up the entire hallway.

The storage unit retails for £22 each and can be screwed into the wall for a floating effect.

The mother also recommends taking a piece of wood and creating a shelf above, but has yet to finish this part of the project.

To create her beautiful highlight wall made of mirrors, she used Dunelm white 55cm square mirrors that retail for £10 each.

She used a total of six mirrors, which also make the hallway seem a bit wide as they allow more sunlight into the area.

She also covered her radiator with a Homebase radiator cover that costs £119, but she notes that there are similar ones online for much less.

The mother moved into her home almost two years ago and has made great strides in interior design.

Since moving in, she has changed the hallway, living room, children’s bedroom and kitchen.

The mother is still in the process of renovating her home and told users on TikTok that her next project will be a bedroom.

People can’t get enough of her DIY videos, one user said: “I really love this, great help and advice! Looks lovely!”

Another user exclaimed: “This is designed exactly like my hall and I need to replicate every bit of the decor you’ve made, I love it so much!”

“Looks great.” Wrote a third person.

Everyone is stunned by mom's amazing council house transformation

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Everyone is stunned by mom’s amazing council house transformationCredit: bramptongardenshome / Tik Tok

For more home transition tips, check out this mom how Transform her kitchen with B&M bargains for an afternoon.

In addition, seven decorating mistakes you may have made but don’t know.

Meanwhile, a Savvy woman reveals how she made her own £10 wooden dining table and it took only two hours.

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