Woman shows off stunning accent wall in her house using shimmer tiles… and people are absolutely full of questions | The Sun

A WOMAN has been inundated with questions after creating a stunning shimmer accent wall in her home.

Manda took to her TikTok page to share a video of the eye-catching design, which replaced her previous teal-painted wall.

She also changed her outfit, swapping her joggers for a pair of sparkly trousers to match her "disco ball decor".

And the rhinestone-covered piano in front of the wall really topped things off.

"Took the rhinestone piano to a whole new level with this accent wall design!" Manda captioned her video.

"I’m obsessed with how this turned out – and it only took about 2 hours! 

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After sharing the clip, the comments section was filled with people asking how she created the wall, and where she got the tiles from.

She then posted another video answering the queries, as she said: "I'm still getting a tonne of questions about how much my little shimmer wall cost me and how much these panels are on Amazon, and it was £250 ($300) total for me.

"They come in sets of 24 and they're £82 ($99) for a set of 24.

"I needed three to do my wall which I think is about 8ft.

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"And I know I said it before but if you do one of these walls, please tag me, it will make my heart so happy to see."

"$300 has already been paid off in happiness alone," she captioned the second video.

Another question she was asked a lot was how exactly she was going to clean the wall.

"Oh no, how are you going to dust them?" one asked.

"Beautiful but in a few months I would worry about dust dulling their shine."

"So I’ll be honest, I have no idea how I’m going to dust it," Manda said.

"I think I’ll use one of those little duster things.

"I don’t think it will be that bad but tips welcome."

"There are dusting gloves for nooks and crannies. Then wash the glove!" one person wrote in the comments section.

"Blow it… with a hair dryer?? Or vacuum??" another added.

As a third commented: "A soft bristle brush. They’re like $20.

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