SHOPPERS are going wild for Lidl’s black out blinds – which value a fraction of bespoke variations.
Owners are desperately attempting to get their arms on the grocery store model, with the cut price blinds coming in a variety of sizes.
One girl put two of the smaller sizes collectively to make one large blind
One savvy shopper, Nicola Crawford, snapped up the smallest model for £6.99, and has been raving about them on-line.
The nifty blinds have two settings, one permitting some gentle in and the opposite full black-out mode.
Happy along with her buy, Nicola shared snaps of her new blinds to Fb group DIY On A Budget, the place it’s been appreciated greater than 2,000 occasions.
She stated: “Lidl blinds added to my kitchen, they solely had the smaller sizes so I purchased 2 and put collectively.
The blinds have two settings, with one mode permitting some gentle via
You possibly can change it to full black out everytime you want some privateness
“Such a discount for £6.99 every!”
Fellow owners are speeding to snap them up, with some regretting forking out tons of for customized variations.
Commenting on-line, one individual stated: “Want to take a look.”
One other wrote: “Love these.”
The girl appeared to choose up just a few totally different shades
A 3rd stated: “We should always get these for the lounge.”
This individual fumed: “I’ve received a 5ft one in every of these and it value me practically £200 to have made… so yours is an entire discount.”
Whereas another person raved: “I’ve a set of those. Their sensible and don’t value an arm and a leg [sic].”
Customers are praising the cut price blinds on-line
In the meantime this savvy homeowner used a loo roll holder as a curtain tie to avoid putting holes in her walls.
And this mum was in stitches after asking her son to fix her curtains using Mrs Hinch’s loo roll hack.