PANELLED shower screens are all the rage on Instagram right now - and if they didn't cost upwards of £250, we'd have instantly jumped on this trend.
That said, one savvy DIY fan has revealed how she achieved the look for just £1 with her simple design hack - and it's SO easy to do.
Earlier this year, interior designer Tashoya Aird shared a tutorial with her 37,000 Instagram followers where she used PVC tape to create the panelling.
To begin with, Tashoya washed her shower screen with sugar soap so it was sparkling clean and free of any water marks.
Then, she went in with the £1 tape and used it to line the top and sides
Once she'd created this frame, Tashoya made three neat rows to complete the panelled shower door.
And in order to prevent the tape peeling off, the interiors expert went over her handiwork with a hairdryer to fuse it to the door.
Needless to say, the DIY hack was a hit with Tashoya's fans.
One replied: "Come do mine!!"
"This is so clever," another added. "Looks fab!"
Meanwhile, a third wrote: "Wow what a glow up."
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