A MUM-OF-THREE turned her bathroom into a Bratz heaven using bits from Primark, Dunelm and eBay.
Jem Murphy loves the fashion dolls so much that she turned her bathroom pink and purple to match the franchise’s theme.
She also furnished the family loo with a shower curtain of the dolls and a heart-shaped Bratz bath rug.
The mum executed some colourful DIY to create a purple checker-board shower and a pink and purple flame arch.
She purchased vinyl stickers to go on top of the bathroom tiles and Wickes paint for the flame arch around the sink.
Jem stuck a Dunelm £20 mirror against the painting and jazzed it up with a Bratz sticker.
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Also from the homeware store was a pink and purple heart chandelier for £14.
For storage, she purchased a number of pastel trays from Primark for £2 a pop.
However, she was left unimpressed with her DIY toilet.
Jem used the leftover tile stickers and some vinyl to create a butterfly design on the toilet seat, while the tank had purple vinyl sheets laid on it to match the rest of the bathroom.
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She said: “I thought it would be a flex but I hate it.”
Primark came to the rescue with its Bratz collection as Jem was able to jazz up her bath with a themed flannel and body sponge.
The themed shower curtain and bath mat were her biggest investment for the luxury loo.
Each cost £24 from Dolls Kill on sale.
Sharing her bathroom transformation on Tik Tok, Jem said: “I'll be yassifying the rest of the house once I've recovered from surgery.”
Fellow fans of the cartoon declared that they were “obsessed” with the design.
One wrote: “I now want a Bratz bathroom.”
Another echoed: “When I get my own place it’s going to be covered with Bratz.”
Bratz first launched its original dolls Yasmin, Chloe, Jade and Sasha in 2001.
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The toys are known for their almond-shaped eyes, eyeshadow, and big glossy lips.
The Bratz slogan is "The Girls with a Passion for Fashion!"
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