We DIYd our kitchen back splash with £27 tiles from B&Q – it was so easy and looks amazing, but trolls made a good point | The Sun

AFTER sharing how they managed to upgrade their kitchen from boring to stunning, trolls said they missed one opportunity. 

The pair panned their camera over the space, revealing pristine marble counter tops with off-white cupboards. 

The wall between them was bare, a simple white with two plug sockets.

They then showed off the £27 tiles they found in B&Q, which they “decided to bring home”. 

Laying out a black and white sheet onto the top of the counters, they could be seen assessing the tile design. 

“Us trying to decide if we even like them…” they wrote over this. 

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Realising that they do, in fact, like the look of them, they began spreading grout to the walls before placing the tiles into place. 

“After spending the last month attempting to tile the bathroom… this seemed pretty easy,” they explained. 

It took approximately two hours for the pair to tile the entire kitchen.

“Still need to grout, but I think it looks okay for £54,” she added as she showed off the finished look. 

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Many loved the way their DIY project turned out as one person wrote: “I acc quite like it with and without”. [sic] 

Another shared: “Love it!” as a third added: “Wow!! Just watched some of your videos looks fabulous, but what stood out was your teamwork…” with a red heart emoji. 

As a fourth added: “Looks fab and defo made me want to do my own now! X”. 

But others couldn’t help but point out how much better it would have looked if they had changed one detail about it. 

“Tiles vertical instead of horizontal would’ve just added that extra,” to which TikTok user @first_time_renovators12 replied: “Ooo maybe you’re right! X”. 

And a second agreed, adding: “Would have gone for a green or blue tile and vertical at an angle! Looks good.” 

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