Stacey Solomon gives her walk-in wardrobe an Ikea makeover for just £45
STACEY Solomon gave her walk-in wardrobe an Ikea makeover for just £45.
The mum-of-three took to Instagram last night to show off her latest DIY hack.
Earlier this week Stacey transformed her "gross" carpets in her wardrobe by using £30 home dye kit.
And last night she decided to spruce it up a bit more with some new bits on the wall.
She told her 4.1 million followers: "My mirrors and frames have finally arrived! I bought the same mirrors and frames that I used downstairs to make that big mirror and I'm going to do the same in here.
"I'm going to put these up now, while the carpet is dry and then do a second goat on the carpet tomorrow."
The new dog mum then went through what she did to create the look step by step on her Story.
She started by putting the mirrors in the frames and then stuck them straight onto the wall because they already came with sticky pads on them.
For her next Story, the Loose Women presenter decided to do one of her iconic 'tap to tidy' posts to show the end result.
Stacey shared a snap of the bare white wall and joked: "At least they got rid of the wholes in the wall. one less filled job to do."
The makeover cost the star just £45 – with the mirrors costing £1 each and the frames priced at £1.25 each from Ikea.
On Tuesday night Stacey decided that she wanted a change of scenery in her wardrobe and started spraying over her cream carpets with navy dye.
The telly favourite is still waiting for it to dry before she does a second coat.
Stacey, who recently showed off her stretch marks in a crop top, loves to share her home modifications on Instagram so that her followers can try them out for themselves.
Her latest post comes after she transformed an old prosecco bottle into classy vase last week.
Stacey also loves to share what she gets up to during the day on her platform, and although she has a huge amount of love sent her way, not everyone is nice to her.
Last night she hit back at trolls who called her "ugly and irritating".
In a hilarious video of her dancing around her home she told them: "bringing happiness to even the meanest souls is important".
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