Stacey Solomon gives his son Rex's bedroom a makeover for just £9 with chalkboard wall

STACEY Solomon transformed Rex's room with a £9 chalkboard wall as makeover at £1.2million mansion continues.

The Loose Women panellist, 31, showed off just what you can do with a small can of chalkboard pain.

The DIY guru said that she wanted to dedicate her son a special place where he could be creative and draw on the walls.

Taking to social media, the TV star gave fans a glimpse of the Chalkboard paint that can be purchased for a bargain price of only £9.

Stacey said: "I've bought some chalkboard paint and apparently you just paint this on a bit of the wall and then you can draw on it with chalk markers and rub it off again like a blackboard.

"I mean he loves drawing on the walls for the best of times, so I thought I might as well dedicate him a space where he's actually allowed to do it."

The mum-of-three returned to social media to show off the results of her latest handiwork.

She shared a snap of the wall so far, writing: "I got a little ahead of myself and was excited for the chalkboard montage but then read the tin and I need to let it dry for at least 24hrs before I can remove the tape and write on it.

"I'll show you how it all turned out tomorrow. I've got a shelf to put on and some pen holders to add, so hoping this works."

Stacey recently showed off her wardrobe transformation, sharing the before pic, showing a white wardrobe with empty shelves and floral print curtains hanging up.

However, she manged to transform it into a modern piece for toddler Rex's room, including a chic grey colour scheme and windows to see his adorable little outfit.

She captioned the two pics: "I'm so proud of this little wardrobe. It's taken me a while but I'm so pleased with it…"

She added: "I need to cork the top and bottom still but I LOVE it so much"

Stacey and ex-EastEnder star Joe have been busy doing up their house, which they call Pickle Cottage.

On Thursday they welcomed the Loose Women panellist's old friend Sophie 'Mrs Hinch' Hinchcliffe over for tea outside.

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