- A young man's beautiful bedroom has generated a lot of reactions online because of its elegant look
- Many people said that he combined nature with art to achieve a luxurious private place for himself
- When the man said that the design is incomplete, people asked him to share more photos when he is done
A young man, with the Twitter handle @scozky, has shown that simplistic design always does it when it comes to interior decor.
Sharing photos of his beautiful bedroom, the man said the design he has in mind for it is just 80% complete and internet users loved it.
Despite the fact that he will still be putting finishing touches to the decor, it already has a classy look with the man's minimalistic use of furniture.
To create an aura of nature, the pieces of furniture maintain their wood colour which blends well with the white paint of the wall.
See his post below:
His post has gathered over 29,000 likes with thousands of comments as at the time of writing this report.
Below are some of the reactions:
"I love the sense of creativity."
"Where do you people get money to build things like this."
"Art in nature... I love it so much. TV shelf should be same color I guess."
"Regards to the lady that owns that slippers that made it to this pics."
"Please show us the finished work, this is some inspiration."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a bunch of smart homes in a township. Beautiful mansions built in a small village have set social media on fire as online users drooled over the opulent interiors and general splendour of the properties.
Conversations online began which centred around the wealth that, despite not being reported by Forbes and Bloomberg, actually resides in African countries.
The house trended just as SpaceX and Tesla founder, Elon Musk, unseated Jeff Bezos to become the richest man in the world.
Photos of the luxurious houses were first posted by a Twitter handle @Waynetipsy who captioned them with:
"Igbo men don’t joke with their village mansions!!!"
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