Cheshire mum-of-four creates 'stunning' mirror wall with £1 IKEA hack and Amazon flowers

Homeowners don't have to fork out thousands to renovate their spaces with chic designs.

A mum-of-four from Cheshire has shown how she created a statement for her entrance hallway on a tight budget.

Jessica Cooper, who lives in Sandbach, pulled off the decorative look using £1 mirrors from IKEA and artificial flowers from Amazon.

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The 30-year-old tiled the mirrors together to make a floor-to-ceiling mirror wall, adorned with flowers overhead.

It cost just £100 in total to complete.

Jessica first painted the whole wall black, and measured the wall width and height.

Cheshire mum-of-four creates 'stunning' mirror wall with £1 IKEA hack and Amazon flowers

She found the IKEA mirrors were the best fit and used double-sided Gorilla tape to stick them to the wall.

"It took me two days just due to having four kids to look after too and the cost was no more than £100," Jessica said, who is a night domestic assistant at Leighton Hospital in Crewe.

"It was the mirrors that cost me the most as I needed 49 at the price of £1 each.

"I purchased the flowers from Amazon and just used hooks that I already had at home to hang the flowers."

The other walls in the room are painted a calming sage green, and Jessica added white accessories for contrast, including a large floor lantern and a white radiator cover.

The busy mum shared her hallway renovation to DIY On A Budget Facebook group, where the post racked up almost 10,000 likes.

Group member Susan Marie Smith said: "Stunning" while Linda McDonald added: "Wow it’s absolutely gorgeous".

Carol Narey posted: "Awesome job, looks fanbloodytastic".

Jessica, a keen DIYer, added: "I have seen so many wall mirror images on the DIY Facebook page. I just wanted to take them and create my own design.

"It feels amazing to get such reactions and goes to show that something can be done on a budget."