An INTERIOR design expert has revealed a B&Q hack that lets you create your own artwork for free – and it looks surprisingly expensive.
The woman took to TikTok to share a tip that left your guests speechless.
Reno Realties posted a 30-second video outlining her chip-cheap “hack”.
She started the post by showing viewers a chic leaf print with the caption: “Make this print for under £15”.
The interior designer then cuts into an interior of B&Q and asks her followers to “pick a wallpaper you like”.
Next, art lovers were asked to “take a sample of it and step outside … smugly”.
She shared in the comments how it’s completely free – because B&Q doesn’t charge for samples.
The woman then shared a snap of her chosen frame and urged viewers to “go to Dunelm, find a frame, choose your frame, go home and get your scissors”.
The TikToker then adds an accelerated clip of her on the floor as she makes her own awesome print.
“Fold your wallpaper to size,” she says, “cut it, place it in the frame, tape it with tape, and stick the back of it on.”
Her followers were in awe of the results as she displayed her collection of wall art.
The luxurious yellow frames that hold the wallpaper designs give the white room a glamorous finish – and all for under £15.
The post quickly gained 1028 views, and fans were quick to leave their thoughts in the comments section.
One wrote: “Great, I’ll be there tomorrow”.
Another said: “This is what I do! Perfect matches for any room”.
A third commented: “I did this too, really good when you get bored of the print and can change it when you want”.
The fourth said in unison: “That’s great.”
Another added: “I’ll give this a try it’s a good idea”.
Another suggested: “£15? Go to range and you can do it for around £4, even better frame selection”.
This comes after an interior design expert revealed why you need to get rid of fake marble countertops.
Another decorator said she cracked the code to make decorating easy and cheap, even claiming that thanks to this hack, she’ll never have to buy artwork again.
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