- A woman has left many gushing as she shared photos and videos of her own corner in her family house
- The self-taught painter wowed internet users with the artistic room that has a transparent glass roofing
- Tweeps couldn't help but wonder how she copes when it rains or when there is a thunderstorm
A lady got social media buzzing after she shared her breath-taking corner in the family house.
The woman, @muslimahpaintsx, who is a self-taught painter in a Twitter post wrote:
"The yellow hue when there’s a storm."
The room which she described as her conservatory was filled with numerous paintings she had made.
From the images she showcased, the room had a transparent glass roofing. Social media users gushed about the fittings and artistry evident in the room. Many, however, feared that the glass roofing could be dangerous when there is a thunderstorm.
In response to the alarm they raised, she released a video of the room during a storm as she allayed their fears.
Watch the video here:
She further commented on the conservatory saying:
"Yess my studio, technically it’s just a conservatory in my home , (I live with my family).
"But it’s beautifull, when it rains especially, the most therapeutic time to paint indeed.
"And in the summer is the best because it gets really hot in there, so I have all the doors open."
The tweet blew up with nice and inquisitive reactions.
"How did you find a space like this? it’s stunning and you’ve styled it so well omgggg."
"You genuinely have such a creative and amazing mind!
"I’m definitely saving this to decorate my room when I move in a couple of months :)
"Also you’re paintings are amazing!!"
"Am I the only one who is thinking who sleeps in this kind of room? It’s so open, no privacy."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a pretty lady identified as Lydia Dinga has shared photos of her newly bought house. Lydia said she had to renovate it after the purchase.
Sharing the "before" and "after" photos of the house's bathroom, the lady said she was about to remodel the whole place during the cause of three lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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