MUMS are raving about room dividers from B&Q which instantly gives kids their own space – on a budget.
While you can’t magic up another room in your house, you can easily create one by splitting a bedroom in half.
- Karalis Cut out Adjustable height Room divider, B&Q, £57 – buy now
Weary parents have hailed this hack as a lifeline in their household, as their kids began demanding their own space.
B&Q’s wall dividers, called Karalis, have emerged as the most popular method to split a room, with a divider costing £57 each.
Parents have been sharing their DIY skills to various Facebook groups, with the dividers coming in a natural finish so you can paint them to suit all ages and tastes.
One mum, Melissa Ramage, went for a pink unicorn theme in her house, saying: “Split my kids room in half using the bnq wall dividers and I am over the moon with how they turned out!”
Lauren Courtney wrote: “Room dividers cost £57 each absolute bargain in my opinion, me and my son now have our own space.
“They are b&q for £57 a panel and I have two 1 metre wide by 2.2m tall without the legs.”
Mopsy Prophet split a room for her son and daughter, saying: “Divided my son (6) and daughter (2) bedroom in half using the B&Q bedroom dividers, this is my daughter’s half using the enchanted forest theme.”
And Erin McGill said: “Split my kids room so they have their own space… used kallax units for the beds and karalis room dividers from b&q.”
Their posts have racked up thousands of likes, as people praised the dividers – which can be cut and adjusted to fit most room sizes and shapes.
One person commented: “I’ve got them and they look lovely. They are easy to put up and nice to paint too.”
Someone else added: “I have them I had to cut off the bottom bit to get it to fit. They are effective work well easy to install.”
A third raved: “Looks amazing!”
This person wrote: “I have used them, had to saw a few inches off the bottom, I wallpaper both sides of mine really do the job well and so cheap to transform a room, will take pics when I get home.”
Someone else thought: "What a transformation it's amazing."
This mum commented: "These are great bought 2 to separate my room up when I had a baby used an expensive white silk paint that was in the sale for £4 to paint in and it looks great."
While another added: “How good does this look and clever idea with the unit/bed.”
While this girl, 16, transforms her bland wooden chest of drawers to gold and navy using £16 B&Q roll.
Plus this thrifty mum gives her entire kitchen a makeover for just £32 using bargains from B&Q and Amazon.
And this woman transforms her bland, boring kitchen into a bright and modern space for just £90.
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