HOME renovations don’t have to cost an arm and leg, but even if you’re willing to drop the cash on a fancy new kitchen, there are some clever ways to make it work financially.
Just ask Natalie from Poulton Le Fylde, who spent four years saving for her dream kitchen and finally swapped out her dingy space for a bright and dreamy pink room.
Mum Natalie spent four years saving for her dream kitchen and set herself strict rules to followCredit: Instagram/@thepinkterrace/
With a few easy changes to her spending habits, she was able to pay for the kitchen of her dreams
The 30-year-old shares her beautiful pink home on Instagram @thepinkterrace, where she documents ‘the never-ending renovation’ of her North West victorian terrace.
Her old space has nowhere to eat as a family so she was desperate for an upgrade.
“We saved up for 4 years to be able to get it done exactly how we wanted it. In order to save, we cut down on our spending massively, we were having to fork out a lot of money for childcare, but this was a priority, so we had to get clever with saving in other areas of our lives,” Natalie told UK Radiators.
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Firstly, the mum said they became “more frugal” with their supermarket shops by choosing “more budget supermarkets or shopping local.”
The family also skimmed on holidays …….