Stacey Solomon reveals home transformation as she shows off her DIY skills by painting conservatory purple

STACEY Solomon has shared an incredible home transformation on Instagram after painting her conservatory purple and white.

And the Loose Women star showed her followers exactly how they can do it themselves.

The presenter filmed her progress as she painted the skirting boards, then half of the walls, and finally revealed another amazing DIY hack.

Stacey, 31, said she used pine cladding planks that can be slotted together and stuck on the wall to create a traditional look.

After sharing her handy video Stacey revealed before and after photos of the room.

Giving fans a thumbs-up sign, she said: "I need to do another coat and then use some filler to neaten all the edges that look rubbish right now. Then I have shelves to add and chairs."

She also shared the details of items she purchased to help others replicate a similar look.

Stacey said the pine cladding and the paint – in 'Palma violet' – both came from Wickes.

The DIY guru regularly shares her home renovations with her fans since moving into her £1.2 million Tudor-style mansion in Essex.

Last month she shared her impressive £917 makeover of baby Rex’s bedroom.

Stacey tastefully decorated the room with a splash of white paint and a range of personal touches to bring the space to life.

She added a variety of framed prints on the wall from Mutha Maker costing around £6.50 each.

The X Factor star has also decorated the room with Zebra wall heads priced from Dunelm at £8 each.

The mum-of-three said that she was "proud" of the overhaul and was keen to see little Rex make plenty of memories in it.

She wrote: "🐼 Rex’s Room 🐼 – 𝐷𝑜𝑛𝑒 ✔️ FINALLY… I’m so proud of this little room. I hope you make so many memories and happy thoughts in here pickle."

Stacey keeps her millions of followers entertained with her regular updates on the house renovation, which she kicked off just days after she and fiance Joe Swash moved into the stunning mansion earlier this year.

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