A SAVVY woman has revealed how she completely transformed the look of her bathroom using just two products.

The mum-of-four, Kayley Miller, shared her incredible DIY transformation over on her Instagram page.

The video posted on her account, kayleymillerhome has been viewed over 1,000,000 times.

Kayley often posts DIY home projects on her account.

In the video, Kayley states the entire bathroom makeover only cost her $30 (£21).

Kayley's bathroom already looked lovely, but she decided to go for a more classic look at a fraction of the cost of getting a new shower unit.

She first covers the shower doors in plastic sheets and tapes them secure, she leaves the gold metal frame exposed so she can paint it.

Then she takes a metallic paint and primer spray in black, which can be used on all surfaces and easily found in hardware stores.

Kayley then sprays the metal frames between the shower walls matt black.

She also uses electrical tape to create window panels on the shower doors which really finished the entire bathroom off.

In the caption, Kayley writes: "2+ hours of taping, some spray paint and electrical tape and the entire look of the bathroom has changed!!

"I do plan on replacing the tape with plastic trim that I can glue/caulk on."

People who viewed the video loved the transformation and many wanted to try it themselves.

One user commented: "Loooooove it so much, friend!!! Gosh, you are doing the coolest things around your home and really helping us all to tackle some of these in our own homes!

Another user replied: "What did you use for the panels on the glass!?! This is amazing!"

A third user responded: "Omg you just saved me so much money on a rental Reno. THANK YOU!!!"

Plus this apartment has people feeling ‘seasick’ over layout and swearing it’s completely unlivable.

And this DIY fan was quoted £900 for new front door, but revamps it herself for £20.

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