I hated the wall tiles in my bathroom so gave them a stunning update with VINYL – it's way cheaper than replacing them

A DIY vinyl expert has revealed how she totally transformed her bathroom using the budget friendly interior hack.

TikToker Jes Rose Vinyl, showed how you could use vinyl even in the shower without it peeling.



Fed up of her bathroom tiles, which she called 'the worst tiles in the world' she shows a close up of the beige tiles which feature a bizarre toothbrush pattern on them.

She showed viewers how she was going to cover the tiles using vinyl, using a retro black and white checked vinyl.

Jes, from the UK, used extra long sheets of vinyl as her bathroom walls are tall, and said the job takes two people.

She used a wallpaper smoother to make sure there were no bubbles or creases in the vinyl as she was applying it

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Jes admitted: "Now the whole application process for this was more difficult than any of our other videos and I did need a helping hand."

For the wall with the shower attached, she cut the vinyl into two parts and traced around the shower fixtures to get a precise finish before sticking on the bottom vinyl, and then the top.

If you were wondering how on earth the vinyl would uphold in a shower, than Jes' next tip answer's your question.

She uses white sealant to go around the edges of the vinyl to make sure no water or condensation got inside.

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In total, Jes said the project cost her £140, a fraction of installing brand new tiles.

The results were incredible, and many users were blown away by the cheap but effective way she transformed her bathroom.

The video has been viewed over 100k times and received more than 4,000 'likes' from viewers impressed by her DIY project.

One person commented: "OMG, YOU JUST GAVE ME A FANTASTIC IDEA!"

"That's brilliant, given me inspiration to do mine!" Another user said.

A third added: "This is gorgeous!"

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