My bathroom glow-up cost £48 thanks to B&M’s sticky floor laminate tiles – they’re so hard-wearing & look perfect | The Sun

A SAVVY woman has shared how she gave her bathroom a new look with self-adhesive flooring from B&M.

Mum Victoria White took to TikTok to proudly reveal the budget-friendly transformation that cost her less than £50.

According to the crafty parent, a hairdresser by occupation, she had seen people rave about the sticky flooring on social media and decided to see what the fuss was all about.

''Tik Tock made me do it! £48 self-adhesive flooring from B&M,'' she said in the video.

The dark grey vinyl flooring – which her hubby jumped in to complete – looked stunning in the bathroom and fit perfectly with the silver glitter walls.

The best part? Not only was the DIY project relatively cheap, but Victoria revealed it didn't require too much effort – and the couple hadn't used underlay either.


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''We used some silicone around the edges just to seal it, but yeh I’m happy with it [sic],'' she said in the comments, adding that the flooring was ''still down and hasn't moved''.

For those keen to transform their homes on the cheap, B&M offer a wide range of self-adhesive vinyl in wood effect.

Shoppers can choose between an array of colours too, from a more lighter Silver Wood and Natural Honey to darker shades, including their Poprock Grey Wood Planks and Black Wood.

Although prices vary, on average you can bag a pack of 20 for less than £20 – and the reviews online promise the best results.

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One DIY fanatic said: ''I bought this flooring to replace a vinyl i had professionally fitted 6 months ago which looked awful.

''I fitted it myself, so easy to cut and lay. I completed a medium sized kitchen in a day.


''I love it, it's very glossy which I didn't realise but this makes it more expensive looking.''

Someone else chimed in: ''We used this as a feature wall instead of floor, sticks to wall well, been up 6 months with no problems.''

''Done 2 bedrooms, kitchen, hallways x2 and living room in this now due to do another large bedroom with it!'' a B&M fan penned.

''Goes down easy, easy to cut and looks really nice when laid.''

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