Stacey Solomon uses self-adhesive tiles to give her walk-in wardrobe an incredible makeover

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Stacey Solomon has flexed her DIY muscles and totally transformed her walk-in wardrobe with an easy technique that fans can try too.

Using self-adhesive stone tiles she’d bought on Amazon, the Loose Women presenter gave her dressing area a total makeover.

Stacey updated the former traditional dark wood fittings to a new bright and white finish without calling in the professionals.

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However, Stacey was quick to say that using the stick on tiles was much harder than anything she’d imagined watching videos on the internet.

“Cut to the right size, peel and stick, if you're unit or walls are uneven like mine it's a nightmare,” she wrote.

The 31-year-old warned fans to take things slowly if they did fancy having a go themselves.

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“If you ever buy these, do everything really slowly because they're sooo sticky once they are attached the don't come off! Well, without breaking. These include when you drop them on the carpet," Stacey wrote in her video.

Adding: "This is much harder than the internet makes it look…And I ran out of tiles, still need to go up the side!"

However, Stacey was pleased with the results and said it was a perfect use of her time in lockdown.


"In all fairness to my procrastination, I think it looks much better white. I'm going to try and finish the middle bit today because it's more important to do this than peel the potatoes for dinner!"

To finish, she added that the results were a long way from perfect but are definitely getting there.

"I need to file down some edges, add grout in the gaps and then seal it, so it's much more than just peel and stick, but I'm so happy with it!"

For anyone keen to try this at home, Stacey then listed exactly what you will need.

"Paint is Dulux Vinyl silk pure brilliant white – it's just what we have in the shed left over from painting the house."

"The tiles are from Amazing, and they're called BeNice self-adhesive tiles. They're expensive – they were £79 for 10 sheets, and that space took eight sheers. But they're so beautiful and real stone, not plastic."

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