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Do you have an unloved room in your home that's crying out for a revamp? Or one that you've revamped recently? Share your tales and pics with B&Q to win a £150 gift card - NOW CLOSED

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TheOtherHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 13-May-13 10:50:46

Hot on the heels of recruiting 20 MNers to revamp a room, B&Q want to hear from all MNers who've got a room revamp story, or a tale of woe about a room that's in desperate need of a makeover.

Everyone who shares their story and/or photos on this thread will be entered into a prize draw to win a £150 B&Q gift card.

~ Do you have a room in your home that you've revamped recently? If so, please share your story and ideally post your before and after shots on this thread (instructions on how to upload photos below)

~ Do you have a room that's crying out for a spruce up? Please share details, and preferably a photo of your unloved room here, and tell us what you'd like to do with that room in an ideal world.

We're talking about anything from updating with new cushions and curtains to painting and wallpapering etc.

Please note that any stories or photos you share on this thread may appear on B&Q's pages on Mumsnet and potentially elsewhere.

Thanks and good luck with the prize draw!
MNHQ

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 12:12:42

This isn't a room but a garden. When we moved in the house had been empty for at least 2 years, before that it was lived in by a builder who had used the garden as a dumping ground for all his waste. The back garden was covered in brambles which were waist high and once they were cut back, the before picture is what we were left with. Under the surface rubble was more rubble and more rubble. We found screws, dog bones and toys, nails, bags of rubbish, patches of cement, etc.

We just kept going every single day, filling up wheelbarrows full of stones and rubble which dh took to the council tip every week. We then got half price turf from B&Q late that summer and we laid that down in both the back and the front, with an extra scattering of grass seed and fertiliser and we watered it every single day.

With the back, we knocked down the back wall and extended the garden by another 2 foot at the back and erected a high fence there instead with wood from B&Q (dh built the fence himself).

I must admit, we felt like we almost lived in B&Q at times! We were doing up the inside of the house too so everytime we went, I would scour the garden section looking for half price plants and pots. That's a Japanese acer we have in the pot out the front now which is surrounded with heather. A Virginia creeper will hopefully grow up the wall and disguise the horrible grey stone and along the front wall I have borders with various spring and summer flowering plants, some of which I've picked up from plant sales and garden centres.

At the back we now have a cherry tree and an apple tree. In the middle is our bird feeder and around that we arranged some logs which we hope plants will grow over and which also encourage insects and bugs for the birds to eat. I have lavender here and in the summer some Californian poppies.

Our hen house is at the back and at the far side is my veg patch which is still waiting for my veg plugs to be planted in.

It's still work in progress as gardens always are but it does look so much better than when we first moved in and even next door - who grew their bushes and trees that high to block the view from our house - are happy to trim it all back now and often say how pleased they are that we moved in and transformed what was once the eyesore of the estate!

So the pic with this post is of how the back garden looked once the brambles had gone.

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 12:16:10

And this is the back garden taken this morning.

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 12:16:53

This was the front when we moved in...

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 12:19:56

And this is how it looks now (I have to say, I'm mainly responsible for the garden. dh did the fence at the back but I did the rest, including digging up all the stone and rubble!

JakeBullet Mon 13-May-13 12:57:02

This is the side bed in the garden which I am rescuing. The house has been built for about 10 years and in that time has seen several tenants who have not done anything with the garden. As a result the side beds are sunken and full of rubbish/rubble. I managed to get the wooden frames from a tip and am trying to fill them as much as possible before adding compost. I also want to paint the shed a greeny Gray colour and add a hanging basket or two. I plan to grow veggies in the raised beds and also to have a bee garden/nest/home plus a bug hotel. My son who is autistic loves digging around for insects etc so this will be right up his street. smile

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 13:15:06

That looks great Jake! We've a compost bin that we empty every winter which would be good for your veggie beds. It gets them ready for another summer of lovely vegs.

I forgot to say about our bird house too - we did that at a B&Q DIY class for kids. It was free, you just had to book your slot. All the material was given to us and the kids made it absolutely by themselves using drills, saws, hammers, etc. Normally I wouldn't let them near such tools but actually they listened to what the guy said and were so proud to have made these bird houses. They painted them when we got home and dd gave hers to her grandma. The one in the pic is the one ds made and this is the second year that we've got blue tits in there.

I know I sound like an advert for B&Q now but if those DIY classes for kids are still going then I really do recommend them. They are excellent!

JakeBullet Mon 13-May-13 13:18:59

Wow! Might contact our local B&Q and see if they have any classes going as that sounds great.

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 13:28:31

Here you go, Kids workshops they are completely free but you do have to book.

I'm going to see if mine can make something else this year.

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 13:34:08

Ah, they are charging now. Well I did wonder how long that would last.

JakeBullet Mon 13-May-13 13:38:23

Tbh I'd be happy to pay a small charge. DS loves being in the garden, just hoping for a drier summer than last year.

THERhubarb Mon 13-May-13 13:49:46

They are asking for a fiver now. Still not too bad as they can make a selection of object from toy aeroplanes to toothbrush holders and it equips them with a new skill and confidence. My two loved the experience! I notice they do parties too which is an idea for my ds's 10th birthday.

Not sure about a dry summer, I'm hoping too but I think the weather forecasters are being gloomy. I think I might emigrate.

Pinkyorkbunny Mon 13-May-13 13:58:22

My daughter's room...the my husband and I have done her proud!

Pinkyorkbunny Mon 13-May-13 14:00:07

My husband and I had to rush to get this done...about 6 weeks after she was born. I love to watch her play in here.

grin

Pinkyorkbunny Mon 13-May-13 14:01:04

Final picture.

wink

Pinkyorkbunny Mon 13-May-13 14:04:41

Oh...the before picture. This is my hubby working hard (plasterer by trade).

JakeBullet Mon 13-May-13 18:18:44

Fabulous transformation pink, looks absolutely lovely.

LackaDAISYcal Mon 13-May-13 18:21:27

Have the 20 been notified then?

Gigaflops Mon 13-May-13 19:09:12

Good question Lack - there are a ton of us wanting to know!! grin

Pinkyorkbunny Tue 14-May-13 07:58:24

Thanks JakeBullet... it took all our savings! The rest of the house needs doing up though [insert huge sigh] blush

Wowserz129 Tue 14-May-13 10:20:50

I was notified! Excited smile.

smokinaces Tue 14-May-13 15:32:32

I've managed to forget to do any before pictures since I moved in!

But since getting this house, I frequent b&q almost daily. And my decorating skills have increased ten fold.

I tiled a bathroom. Put up a shower. Repainted and put up pictures and mirrors. It is a marked difference.

I have repainted the kitchen. Patched over holes, put film on the back door window to stop nosey neigbours but let in light. Only thing I cant do myself is lay the lino or hang the blind. Yet. Again, such a difference from a lick of paint.

The front garden has been tranformed from a jungle to a landscaped area. Borders of bark, repainted fence, new grass from seed (first thing other than cress I have ever grown!!!) I love coming home to it.

Next is the bedroom - new light fitting, new blinds. New wallcoverings needed and doors onto the alcove to transform it into a wardrobe. It's a work in progress.

The hall will be a massive job. The doors are wrecked, there are holes in the walls and the outline of an old door. This will be papered and whitewashed until its done, and a new carpet ordered.

And then the same for the kids room and the lounge.

The whole house was a project. Which as a single working mum has been hard. But rewarding :-)

THERhubarb Tue 14-May-13 16:43:36

I agree smoking, little things can make a HUGE impact. The kids hated this house when they first looked round it. It was filthy, smelt of dog, was full of dead flies and wasps and looked very dark and dingy. Just ripping out the dark blue, stained and smelly carpets helped a lot. Then that new carpet smell - can anything beat new carpet smell?

The front room was painted cream, had a real fireplace put in, laminate flooring (couldn't afford real) and a few mirrors and suddenly the room looked lighter, brighter and a darn sight more cheerful.

I love getting decorating tips. I use mirrors all the time now along with lighting to make rooms look bigger.

No notification here so I don't think my kitchen/diner is going to revamped any time soon sad

smokinaces Tue 14-May-13 16:51:54

Mirrors are amazing. I have bought a lovely one for the bedroom, all long and flattering. The ones in the bathroom are opposite each other and make the room seem bigger. The front room ones are huge and in the absense of any kind of feature like a fireplace they are brilliant. And can be so cheap!

And yy to lighting. I'm loving the softer glow of halogen bulbs at the moment.

THERhubarb Tue 14-May-13 16:56:24

Oh and gloss for small rooms which reflect natural light instead of matt. And like you say, a feature which draws the eye away from the corners of the room and into the centre.

Storage is essential. I love browsing storage ideas.

Oh I wish I had been picked!

firawla Tue 14-May-13 16:58:50

We have just done one of the boys bedrooms (which 2 of them share). It hadn't been done since we moved in and was looking horrible, still with all outdated wall paper and they had broke their beds too so looked awful. Now we just painted it couple of weeks ago and put new furniture and blind, it is looking so much nicer! Dont have a pic on me now, can take one later.
The other boy is still waiting to have his done!

smokinaces Tue 14-May-13 17:01:37

And to not be afraid of colour. My last house was all browns and muted neutral colours.

This house I've started adding greens and blues. Just little bits, in accessories or features, but the colour makes such a difference.

And yes to storage!! I love IKEA for their units.

nevergoogle Tue 14-May-13 23:16:33

Notified! Recruited! and very excited! grin

If it's any consolation to those who didn't get chosen you can help me choose how to decorate my unloved living room.

We bought our house in January as a shared ownership property to get us on the property ladder and the decorating piggy bank was non existent and we've done nothing yet although MIL has recently bought us some curtains.

The whole room and skirting boards and coving need a paint job. They're all bashed and paint missing.

We need lots of shelves, and lighting and pictures on the walls and some sort of storage.

Bring it on!

JakeBullet Wed 15-May-13 07:07:11

Looking forward to seeing the transformations. I didn't get picked but wanted to do my garden.....maybe B&Q looked at the weather forecast....howling wind and rain here hmm. Have actually got my bloody heating back on.

THERhubarb Wed 15-May-13 09:35:58

nevergoogle - send us before pics!

Do you get an email to say you haven't been picked too? I haven't heard either way.

Puppypoppet Wed 15-May-13 09:50:03

Whole house has been a renovation project but DDs bedroom is one room we were able to do ourselves apart from plastering. Here is before picture - DH removing the lovely 70s wood panelling which was a feature in most of the house!!

Puppypoppet Wed 15-May-13 09:51:43

Here is an after shot.

Puppypoppet Wed 15-May-13 09:55:48

And another.

THERhubarb Wed 15-May-13 10:41:03

Jazz, if you haven't got an email then you've not been successful.

Looks lovely Puppy smile

I am sensing a pink theme however to these little girl bedrooms. Did anyone go for a non-conformist colour at all?

Oh bums sad
I wonder how they chose the ones they chose? I'm looking forward to seeing others transformations! I love real house makeovers. smile

THERhubarb Wed 15-May-13 13:24:55

You might still get a £150 gift card though by being on this thread. <hopes>

Reastie Wed 15-May-13 13:35:11

No transformations on my home <sobs> but shamelessly marking place to nose at pictures blush

smokinaces Wed 15-May-13 16:16:53

Puppy, my old house as a teen had that wooden panelling. Just by removing it I swear my bedroom gained a foot in size!!

zzzexhaustedzzz Wed 15-May-13 17:28:44

We really need to sort out our lounge. I have the house on the market and it would help if the walls had a repaint. There are still scribbles on it from when my kids were small! The carpet has been here since we moved in 10 years ago and it's blotchy and seen much better days!
Just two things I need to sort out. smile

nevergoogle Wed 15-May-13 23:30:27

I'll get some before pics up tomorrow evening as i'm hoping to start emptying the room at the weekend. Need to get cracking as we both work full time and don't have a lot of time on our hands.

RooneyMara Thu 16-May-13 10:25:56

Yes I did our bathroom. This is it before, when we moved in:

RooneyMara Thu 16-May-13 10:30:59

I'll get the hang of this! I got in a tiler but he was useless. So I took off most of his tiles and started again. Tiles were from B&Q btw!

This is the after pic.

Pinkyorkbunny Thu 16-May-13 16:17:17

Ha RooneyMara, mines the pink room on the first page and the cushion, light fittings and the ABC pictures are all from B&Q grin

MmeLindor Thu 16-May-13 21:37:43

Oh, I love house makeovers. We are doing the mother of house make overs at the moment so will lurk and steal ideas. We can't afford to have kitchen and garden done at the moment, but new windows, gas heating, bathrooms, flooring throughout and plastering / decorating all being done.

Not DIY though, cause we are both hopeless at it. I did strip the wallpaper, but that was about it.

Travelledtheworld Fri 17-May-13 11:03:19

My 13 year old son has a bedroom which needs a makeover. He has NEVER had a nice bedroom.He has always had to put up with hand me downs, spare rooms and neutral deco.
This was originally our bedroom, pink carpet,floral wallpaper and curtains. decorated in 2003. It's a nice big square room approx 16 feet by 17 feet and with a beautiful view over the village and valley.

In 2003 we went to live abroad and the house was rented out. Subsequent tenants painted over the wallpaper.

We came back from overseas in 2010 and Jim took over this room. We lived for a while with no furniture, just mattresses on the floor. Wish I had redecorated then but we were short of cash and it all seemed too much.

At first glance the room looks OK but a closer scrutiny reveals :
Filthy wallpaper which needs stripping off and replacing.
Wall which is a chimney breast needs re- plastering and chimney vent sealing up.
Mouldy and peeling paint on the sliding sash window which needs replacing with double glazing.
Chemical stains on the (pink) carpet
Cute curtains yes, but they were made in 1997 for his older sister when she was a baby.
No storage for hanging clothes.
Bed and bedding bought for a four year old.

He is approaching Five foot ten in height and could do with a big bed !

He says he wants a beach theme. HELP. Any suggestions ?

Travelledtheworld Fri 17-May-13 11:16:26

Close up of stained and hideous pink carpet

Reastie Fri 17-May-13 14:42:18

travel is he a bat? grin

TheFutureMrsB Fri 17-May-13 15:46:12

We have just re-decorated our 'Utility' room, it is no longer one of those!

I had my husband strip it bare, remove worktops etc, and I have now turned it into a cute little dining room! The room is directly off the kitchen and though I don't see any really point to the room we simply couldn't afford to knock down the wall to make a bigger kitchen, we carried on the same colours as the kitchen - White, grey and black but now the kitchen looks like it could do with a good paint and everything else as this new room looks all fresh and clean and the kitchen looks a bit worn out loved!

It has made a massive difference though and it seems a lot bigger and brighter now.

travelledtheworld

You could use a blue/navy and white stripe paper for the chimney breast wall, paint the others plain white to keep the room looking bright, add some funky beach items like these on Amazon Amazon nautical accessories

I know that's all more nautical than beach but I can't think of beachy things!

You could find some shells/driftwood and have them placed around too.

Travelledtheworld Fri 17-May-13 16:02:43

Great ideas. At one point he wanted a pile of sand in the room.
Reastie - no he is not a bat though retreating frequently into his cave. I took the photos with the iPad and don't know why they have attached upside down !

HannahLI Fri 17-May-13 16:05:15

We have a nursery that we just never got around to sorting and it has become this mismatch room and a storage room. It really needs some new furniture that fits our needs with storage as part of that to make it more useable and I would love to decorate and put something nice on the walls too.

YonicTheHedgehog Fri 17-May-13 16:52:38

We moved from a new build into an old house a year ago. EVERYTHING is broken and every room needs doing, we'll get there in the end though!

YonicTheHedgehog Fri 17-May-13 16:55:29

Oh and we have a plastic avocado bath.

THERhubarb Fri 17-May-13 17:08:24

Please can everyone stop posting so that I can win the vouchers?

grin

arcticwaffle Fri 17-May-13 18:01:59

Every room in our house has been revamped since we moved in. Here's the unloved staircase before the revamp - a 3m steep loft ladder to our bedroom, + several other bits of carpeted stair to other bedrooms.

arcticwaffle Fri 17-May-13 18:02:38

Here's another bit of the unloved staircase complex

arcticwaffle Fri 17-May-13 18:03:09

And this is the revamped staircase with new walls and window.

weenwee Fri 17-May-13 19:08:06

Is this a nursery? A storage room? You're both right!

When we considered moving kid into his own room, I was in the middle of my first year of MBA, and over time...well, other things got in the way. And now we have no storage, no bloody organization, and no idea where to start! C'mon B&Q, I need to sort this out before he goes off to Uni!

nevergoogle Sat 18-May-13 21:01:04

here's my unloved living room.

Cherrybright Mon 20-May-13 10:02:48

We moved in here just over a year ago, and two of the bedrooms were in the same way. They had woodchip wallpaper, yellowy patchy ceiling. There was horrible carpet, that looks like a cats attacked. There was an old head board attached to the wall on each room. We had to take them off to fit furniture in, and in the room thats not been redecorated has a different coloured patch where the head board was, with big h

Cherrybright Mon 20-May-13 10:05:25

Oops posted too soon, with holes in the wall.
It made a made a massive difference redoing the 1 room, we just need to do yhe other unloved room now!

Cherrybright Mon 20-May-13 10:16:47

When we did the 1 room, we stripped the walls, and filled the holes, but there was so many bumps that we had to put lining paper up, which we painted over and made a feature wall. We changed all the handles on the doors and built in cupboards. We also bought some silvery curtains ( from b&q which matched our feature wall smile its lovely in there now.

emily80 Mon 20-May-13 13:44:26

We've just redecorated our kitchen, I don't have any 'before' photos, but it was all wood panelled, so we've taken all that out, had it all replastered and then basically had to start everything from scratch. We did most of it ourselves, and it's taken nearly 5 months, but is just about done now!!

yawningbear Tue 21-May-13 08:44:36

We moved into our house last September, this was the 7 th home Dd has lived in and she is only 4. She had been promised that when we moved to a permanent house she would be able to choose the colour. She went for hot pink on all the walls but fortunately was open to negotiations.

The cabin bed was £50 on Gumtree, and the furniture from charity shops and painted up. It's still a work in progress, She has a very sweet old wardrobe that is due to be up cycled next.

yawningbear Tue 21-May-13 08:46:14

I made the pin board from a frame from eBay, cork tiles covered in pretty fabric.

yawningbear Tue 21-May-13 08:49:15

We painted the drawers and handles of the chest of drawers which had been £20 from a charity shop. We ran out of steam and still haven't painted the frame but it looks cute like this I think. Dd helped with the wall stickers. That took a long, long time to finish!

yawningbear Tue 21-May-13 08:52:11

Another painted second hand chest, picture made from fabric stretched over a canvas and wardrobe that still needs some attention.

Now we just have the rest of the house up do grin

yawningbear Tue 21-May-13 08:53:32

Bugger, my photos are sideways, sorry blush

CatOfTheDay Thu 23-May-13 20:30:42

We've just bought a house in need of a complete revamp - it's been unloved for quite a few years now and needs turning back from a house into a home.

I want to start with the garden!

DENMAN03 Sun 26-May-13 19:31:34

Ok, I have done most of my house now ( it was a very unloved victorian semi), however the biggest transformation has to be the garden... Ive spent many an hour in B & Q I can tell you!
Before Shot...

DENMAN03 Sun 26-May-13 19:35:29

...and now...

DENMAN03 Sun 26-May-13 19:38:11

different view..

Reastie Sun 26-May-13 20:56:55

wow denman envy

DENMAN03 Sun 26-May-13 21:22:54

Thank you Reastie! Its been a labour of love!

ifindoubtnamechange Tue 28-May-13 22:23:12

Gutted not to have been picked!
DD is nearly 2, still in our room as her room is full of junk, under which lies some very sad, dated decor. The plan is to redecorate and for DP to paint some animals, maybe a woodland scene. Remains a plan for now due to lack of funds but am looking forward to the day we can do it. Also because we will get our room back - even though we will miss DD when she's down the hall.

Pinkyorkbunny Wed 29-May-13 08:43:45

B&Q, please please please pick ifindoubtnamechange I could not imagine what it's like to still have your DD in your room at 2. Every little child deserves a room of their own and every grown up needs a place to escape on a night.

Loving the woodland theme you have picked out, we were boring and just went with pink!

Hopezibah Wed 29-May-13 21:56:49

We have recently done up our kitchen with B&Q units and work surface and are really pleased with the result! Our old kitchen was so dark, old and grotty that I have searched high and low and can't find any 'before' photos as we never wanted to take photos in there.

Now we have a simple, yet sophisticated colour scheme of black and white and for a while I couldn't believe it was my own new kitchen as it is so lovely I felt like I was living in a show home!

With the extra 'breakfast bar' area it gives my 7 year old son plenty of room for cooking which he loves to do.

tgroom57 Thu 30-May-13 08:46:12

Is this still open - I couldn't see the closing date ?

tgroom57 Thu 30-May-13 08:53:36

My bad - as part of the 'decorating' when we were on tight budget I pasted a poster onto the wall. It was the map of hundred acre wood. Maybe your teenager could pick a beach themed poster for his room. 'Beach' can mean a lot of very different things! and pasting is a whole lot easier than hanging it as a 'picture'

tgroom57 Thu 30-May-13 10:30:14

I'm living in a warehouse / garage / hangar shed - well that's what it feels like sad My 2 daughters have both grown and left home, and variously came back to live -one's living with me now in a cramped 10'6 x 7' that was once their shared bedroom. (At least the 'decor' is still intact for that room) I didn't plan on staying long when I moved in, so 'only' put in a new kitchen & d/glazing, thinking the bathroom would be good for another 5 years. It was, but that was 10 years ago. Added to which my storage situation has burgeoned - the daughter that doesn't live with me down-sized last year and I got the outfall.

So here's where we were 10 years ago My_House
and still are now, minus the car.
Also a link to
Work Required for a photo of our bathroom which most urgently needs the services of a plumber, not to mention a bath panel (can DIY panel myself)

but tbh, if I had £150 I would get a lockable shed for the lawnmower, currently sitting menacingly in a corner of my living room. I've got room for small shed round the side of the house - see plan of the garden. Or maybe the heavy duty electric cable for a shower over the bath...

manfalou Thu 30-May-13 11:34:18

My partner thought it would be a good idea to build the conservatory himself instead of going through a company. Great idea! However... it was built in February 2009 and it still isn't finished. Along came children and funds ran out. The wall has all electrical wires visible as we havnt plastered the wall yet and (I think you can just see behind the mini radiator) We don't have windowsills so there is very sharp brick edges all around the room and a big gap with spiders and horrid things in between the layers of brick. With a 2 year old and 6 week old we still don't have the funds to finish the room and we can't use it with the kids as it just isn't safe =(

eteo Sat 01-Jun-13 22:52:45

Recently, I had paint my toilet. This is the before photo.

eteo Sat 01-Jun-13 22:54:16

we went to buy the green lime and white paint from b&q. this is the after photo.

eteo Sat 01-Jun-13 22:55:13

This is the during photo

I've been doing our dining room - a real 'nothing' of a room that's just a dumping ground for all my hoarding! Technically it's not finished as I'm about to hire a floor sander so I can get the manky old carpet up and redo the original floorboards underneath. I'm looking forward to it although I've never done it before!

Attached are a few photos. The before (the walls were a pale yellow in this dark, north-facing room, a BIG mistake).

This is the after photo. I'm so in love with this green!

And an unexpected boon - the door (like several in our house) still has the 60's panels covering it. We've long suspected that it could be an original door, so took the opportunity to take the panels off. This is how it looked before...

And this is after! I was so excited to see it was indeed the original door underneath! The door is currently with a professional being stripped as the paint is lead so there was no way I was going to do it myself.

We were so excited by this we tried to take the panels off the living room door - alas it isn't an original sad. So we are getting a replacement for it that will match the originals we still have. This DIY business is addictive I tell you! grin

tgroom57 Sat 08-Jun-13 21:53:34

Bathroom now - plan is for new bath panel (mdf & paint), bit of decorating behind the toilet, and a shower over the bath - for which we already have the rail and curtain.

TheOtherHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 13-Jun-13 16:21:11

Hi all - thanks for posting your stories and photos here - B&Q asked me to pass on this message:

"Thank you for all your photos and messages about your Unloved Rooms - if you are ever in need of inspiration or advice then please check out our Mumsnet hub for more ideas."

I'm pleased to announce that the winner of the prize draw is...

smokinaces

Congratulations - a £150 B&Q giftcard is yours! I'll PM you to get your details.

Mum2DaisyAndAlfie Mon 17-Jun-13 13:30:29

I moved in my house 9 months and the whole house needs doing so far I have done 3 rooms. This is my living room before

Mum2DaisyAndAlfie Mon 17-Jun-13 13:31:35

And this is after

Mum2DaisyAndAlfie Mon 17-Jun-13 13:32:51

My next room in the hallway and at the minute it's dark purple and needs lighting up so would live b&q to help with this.

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