IT SEEMS that every kitchen on Instagram is painted in a shade of Farrow & Ball paint.
But with fears about rising energy bills, we’re all trying to save where we can.
So fans were thrilled when a savvy bargain-hunter suggested you can get the same look for almost half the price.
Beth, known online as @budgetingmum, often shares her money-saving tips with her 35,700 followers.
In one of her recent videos, the bargain hunter shared how she cuts costs on paint when redecorating.
Rather than forking out £52 for a tin of the trendy Farrow & Ball paint, she colour matches it at B&Q.
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This genius hack saves her £22 a tin.
In the 20-second video, Beth writes: “Want the Farrow & Ball look without the price tag?
“Colour match the paint in B&Q, saving you £22 per pot!
“I loveeeee the Farrow & Ball colours but am no way spending £52 on a single pot of paint so we’ve always colour-matched with B&Q and been really happy with the quality.”
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Although fans weren’t convinced and questioned the quality of the paint.
One wrote: “Farrow and Ball is really high quality chalky flat Matt paint. It’s not just the colour.
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“It won’t be the same mixed at B&Q.”
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Another said: "I get the motivation but please consider buying original paint.
"Get to support a great company and the cheap stuff never looks or feels the same."
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