- A creative Nigerian lady has shown off her interior decor skill as she shared new photos of her house
- In one of the snaps, the house's walls are adorned with artworks that complimented the room's transformed look
- The lady said her bed frame is R5 000 as she shared the contact of the person who made the piece
A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @burnt__dodo has generated reactions on social media after sharing the "before" and "after" of her room upgrade.
In a tweet on Monday, May 31, the young lady announced that she completed her apartment's makeover. In the first snap, the room has a dull yellow colour.
In the "after" photo, the room walls have been repainted in white as stylish light bulbs were affixed in different places.
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The lady's new bedframe had a side stool. They were both painted in a wooden colour that blended well with the room's ambience.
In subsequent tweets, the lady shared photos of each stage of the transformation to show how every part changed.
See his post below:
Tell us the costs
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Please add the price so they know these high quality things cost significant money cause as a furniture maker, the way people bargain prices are crazy! and they want this quality."
"Lol tbh. The bed frame was 150k."
"Where una Dey see this money?"
"The room is big mehn!"
"I love your creativity Cos am creative as well. Let’s be friends."
"I love the Altè feel that comes with the ambience of the finished setting."
Another Nigerian employed the power of white paint
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @chuuzus showed people how they could achieve much with little when it comes to interior design.
In a post on Sunday, May 2, he shared photos of a room he totally changed. Before the transformation, the room was almost bare and only had a standing fan, centre rug and a few other things.
He repainted the whole room white and adorned the walls with beautiful portraits. The colour of his side stool and bed also matched the general painting.
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