Next time you want to add a pop of colour to your home, take inspiration from DIY enthusiast Brandi Love.
The Toowoomba mother of three created a rainbow mudroom for her children’s playroom using washi tape, a Kmart bench and a piece of pegboard from Bunnings.
“I wanted to create a fun and colourful space for the kids of their own where they could play, craft or relax,” she said.
The vibrant space features a rainbow-striped pegboard for storage and display, along with a reupholstered bench seat from Kmart.
“I follow a lot of boards on Pinterest that had pieces of furniture that made a statement and I really wanted to reinvent that in my home,” Brandi explains.
“Money was tight at that time and I had some Flybuy money banked up so I thought I'd check out Kmart. As soon as I saw the bench seat I knew exactly what I was going to do with it,” she says.
“I'm drawn to items that make people go WOW! I love colour and patterns and seeing how I can bring them all together,” she says.
The creative space was praised on the Kmart Mums Facebook page.
“What a happy space,” one mum commented.
“Love this, you’ve totally made it your own,” said another.
You can follow Brandi’s DIY home projects on her Instagram feed.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.