People say I have ‘no class’ for using vinyl to do up my house on a budget – but I've created a business with it

A DIY fanatic has hit back at trolls who said she "had low class" for using Vinyl flooring.

Jes Rose, who posts many tips and tricks on how to fix up your home on a budget, said that her videos are aimed at people who are renting or do not have the option to spend much.

Taking to her TikTok platform, Jes revealed the comment while showing how beautiful Vinyl flooring can be.

Posting under the domain @jesrosehomethe woman shared the comment which read "Vinyl? Oh, dear. How low class."

Jes said: "So we received this hate comment on one of our videos the other day and I just wanted to talk a little bit more about it."

"Our entire business was created to find more budget-friendly ways for people to glow-up their homes if they rent or if they can't afford to change their flooring."

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Jes continued to explain that that person may not be in the position to buy more expensive flooring for their homes.

"Unfortunately not everyone is able to do what they like to do with their home because they might not own it, or they can't afford to do it," said Jes.

Adding: "Using vinyl is an affordable and removable way to add some personality to your home. It's not low class."

In the past 24 hours that the video has been viewed over 112k times and TikTok users have been quick to comment.

"Not as low class as the person who made that comment. Keep doing what you're doing Jes. This looks great" said one TikTok user.

Another said: "Because mocking people with less money than you is classy."

"Snobbery is not classy. In fact, it's very low class!" commented a third.

In related news… I bought a run-down house for £50k and transformed it into a modern paradise, I did all the work – now it’s worth £150k.

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