This 12-year-old renovated her family home in a week for just $125

Many of us have been left taking up new hobbies and developing new talents due to being stuck in quarantine. Take for example Pia Levaci, a 12-year-old girl from Kent, UK. During lockdown, she constantly complained that she was bored, so her mother, Susie, decided to teach her a lesson by asking her to measure a wall she was planning to dress up. Then Mom Pia showed how to use the workbench and hand saw, and the girl was able to finish the boards herself. It turns out that Bea really loved the job, and to her mom’s surprise, she ended up redecorating the entire house!

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12-year-old Pia Levaci from Kent, UK, recently redecorated her childhood home

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It all started when her mom, Suzy, asked her to help with the measurements

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Soon the girl began to choose more difficult projects and even came up with her own ideas

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Susie says that when the stores were closed, they had to work with what they had. Bea’s idea was to deal with the mismatched cabinet color

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in an interview With Bored Panda, Susie said she let Bea try what she loves because she had plenty of time to right her wrongs if something went wrong. “She now uses her hand saw, spirit level, electric drill, sander and tile cutter with confidence,” said the mother. “She’s even made an attempt at stenciling and her next project is to renovate her brother’s room using some carpentry skills.”

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The end result looked so amazing

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Pia was a little apprehensive at first, but she quickly recovered

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Susie says she loves to recycle and reuse old things, and has quite a few knobs, molds, and old furniture in her cottage. “In terms of our budget, it was actually very little because we already had wood, glue, paint, old knobs, etc., so we spent in real terms $100-$150 on additional items,” the mother explained. But otherwise we broke into the attic or painted things from other rooms to give them a second life. We had a very productive week and did countless rooms in about 10 days and we’re still going. †

Check out more progress photos below!

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Here are more photos of the final result

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