I redecorated the kitchen in my community center with a touch of paint and vinyl – people are stunned when they see this

A do-it-yourselfer has revealed how she transformed the very dated kitchen at her community center with just a coat of paint and some vinyl.

Natasha Clarke took to TikTok and shared a quick clip of the tired looking kitchen before the renovation.

Natasha shared a snap of what the kitchen looked like before the renovation

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Natasha shared a snap of what the kitchen looked like before the renovationPhoto credit: TikTok / @natashaclarke28
She then showed an impressive photo of the kitchen after the renovation

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She then showed an impressive photo of the kitchen after the renovationPhoto credit: TikTok / @natashaclarke28

It featured oak cabinets and black countertops and was in dire need of an update.

But thanks to Natascha’s handwork, the kitchen now looks almost unrecognizable.

And with social media users dying to know how she achieved the finished look, the savvy Natasha shared a second clip revealing everything.

First, she says she used B&M Johnstone’s light gray cabinet paint – without primer – and then fitted new door handles from Amazon.

Next, Natasha applied a few coats of B&M Johnstone tile paint to the previously beige kitchen tiles.

She then used three rolls of B&Q vinyl for the kitchen worktops and completed the refurbishment with £60 blinds.

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The post has since gone viral, garnering over 655,000 views, with many praising Natasha for her stylish new kitchen.

“Great work,” said one happily.

A second commented, “Weeee need the details NATASHA.”

A third wrote: “Amazing! Show us how!”

Meanwhile, a fourth added: “Aw so trendy I love it.”

And another quipped: “This is amazing! So beautiful and easy! Well done, what a transformation.”

Another social media user remarked, “This is stunning.”

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5548708/i-gave-kitchen-in-council-house-makeover/ I redecorated the kitchen in my community center with a touch of paint and vinyl – people are stunned when they see this

Jessica MacLeish

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