- The very interesting picture of a bed base made from an old part of a Toyota bakkie has been shared online
- In the picture, the designer placed the mattress inside the back part of the heavy vehicle that is usually used to transport goods
- Mzansi loved the creativity, many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
Just when you thought you saw it all here in South Africa and then someone hares a picture of a bedpost that was designed using the backside of a large Toyota bakkie. The picture was shared in Facebook's popular ImStaying South African group.
The interesting post that was made by Facebook user and Stayer, Sizakele MambaZinduna Mabila, shows the mattress neatly placed inside the backside of the bakkie - a design that gave the bedroom an almost immediate South African safari feel.
"I will never leave South Africa because wow, the creativity in this country," a cleraly impressed Sizakele captioned the post.
Meanwhile, Stayers were impressed too, and had the following to say:
Bongs LeeMarque Ncapie said:
"When you dream of getting tickets from traffic officers. Know you're having nightmares. They come with the package."
Daddie Willie Nkambule said:
"No dream can beat this. We conquer every dream."
Tiisetso Mank said:
"The snake towel, yah Neh,!! Creativity"
Tshepo Kopano said:
"I did realize my appreciation for bakkie when I enquired with a specialist about this type of bed and couches."
Hilton Victor Chapman Jnr said:
"Until you bang your shin against the side in the early hours going to the toilet."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, some people are so talented, they can find ways to turn old and broken things into beautiful brand-new creations. A Twitter user recently took to Twitter to share with his followers how an old bathtub can be turned into beautiful and usable furniture.
@IamMartyMarty shared a series of pictures of @AbChigz transforming the old and clearly ruined bathtub into a set of two chairs and a glass-top table. In the pics, the man had cut the bath into three pieces, restored its colour and added some legs.
"Chairs and table made from a damaged bathtub. Creativity at its best," Marty Marty captioned the Twitter post.
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