Samantha Faiers: Loves her Vuba driveway!


Samantha Faiers: Loves her Vuba driveway!


Samantha Faiers: Loves her Vuba driveway!


This summer, we were contacted by former Mummy Diaries star, Samantha Faiers, after she had seen some amazing projects completed using Vuba Resin Bound and decided that a Vuba driveway would be perfect for her new home! 

Samantha was fantastic to deal with from start to finish, sharing the whole process with her 2.5 million followers and helped us raise the resin bound profile even further. She also mentioned us on her podcast “The Sam & Billie Show” which she filmed on the day, shining a light on the process with her sister, Billie Shepherd! 

Watch the best bits here.Sam Faiers

  • Vuba Approved Installers: Resway Surfacing

    Approved Installers, Resway Surfacing carried out this project, and they definitely caught the eye of Sam’s Mother Suzanne Wells, as well as a lot of our Instagram followers. Head over to our Instagram Reels to see Resway in action!

    Starting on a Monday, the driveway was dug up, laid with Type 1 and Open Grade Tarmac ready for the Resin Bound which was laid in just one day. 
    Sam Faires Resin Bound

  • Sam’s Colour Choice
    To complement the colours of her home, Samantha chose Cappuccino, a traditional blend of quartz aggregates from the UK. 

    What’s great about Resin Bound is that you can adapt the colour to the style of the home – traditional, minimalistic, monochrome or just about any other style! 

Sam Faiers

  • Southern Hospitality
    The guys were well looked after and received a constant supply of tea and coffee and even celebrated the end of the project with pizza, courtesy of Sam and partner, Paul Knightley. 

    We even managed to get some Yorkshire Tea, which made us feel very much at home in Surrey!

Above: The Resway team

  • What’s Next?
    Sam was so pleased with the results, she recommended us to her sister Billie, one part of the Instagram home renovation account @homewiththesheps.

    Check back soon to see the Billie and Greg Shepherd project!