A DIY pro has revealed how she transformed all the doors in her hallway on the cheap – and it’s made the space feel bigger and brighter too.
Saara Karvonen took to TikTok to share how she upgraded her wooden doors by adding two glass panels to each, before giving them a lick of paint.
Now people are saying they can’t believe how easy it was to do – and how professional the finished product looks.
Known online as @ateliersaarakarvonen, the interior designer regularly shares home transformation ideas and DIY hacks with her 8,700 followers.
In a new reel, she said: “DIY: updating existing doors.
“Started by cutting new holes for the glass using a jigsaw and following the existing mouldings.
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“Sanded, primed and painted the door using Bone China Blue from Little Greene Company.
“Fixed a frame on both sides to hold the glass using No More Nails.”
During the 30-second video, Saara reveals how she took the chipboard doors off their hinges before taking them outside to cut, sand and insert the glass panels.
She then put them back in place before painting.
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Saara added: “Et voila!”
Below the video, Saara revealed that she ordered the toughened glass panels from a local business who cut it to size, and quoted her £10 per glass panel.
Keen DIYers can pick up the same paint from various retailers, with prices starting at just £5.25 for a tester pot.
Fans loved her crafty idea, with the video gaining more than 5,840 likes and 133,000 views.
In the comments, other TikTok users shared their praise for the idea, with one writing: “Ooooh I love this. Just didn’t have the guts to do this. Will do this now, thanks.”
Saara replied: “Try! Even if it’s not perfect, it feels amazing to do it yourself.”
“Very nice work,” commented another.
A third added: “Nice work! Turned out really well.”
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