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A creative barber reckons his new floor will be worth every penny - as he is painstakingly covering it in a hundred thousand one pence pieces.
The quirky floor will take 100 hours to make and will be worth £1,000 when it's finished.
Business partners Kelly Saunders, 29, and Daniel Culley, 30, have already laid 80,000 pennies but have another 20,000 to go before the floor is complete.
They will then cover it in gloss ahead of the opening of The Gentry in Barrow, Cumbria, United Kingdom, next month.
Kelly said: "It was hilarious when we got them from the bank. The poor lad was weighed down and had to several trips. "It's been all on hands on deck, we silicon them on, put grout on top, then put a vinyl on top to give it a gloss effect." The pair decided on the unique floor after scouring social media for inspiration.
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Dream bathroom in @skonahem . Just amazing shower " cabin" and lovely wallpaper to the Carrara marble. Look also how the drain is solved with bigger tiles 👌