Mzansi Woman Turns Back Room Into Stylish Living Space, Mzansi Impressed by Skills

Mzansi Woman Turns Back Room Into Stylish Living Space, Mzansi Impressed by Skills

  • A young woman is trending for her brilliant interior design skills for her small space
  • The lady rented a back room and turned it into a magical space which is comfortable, chic and neat
  • Peeps were impressed by how well she used her space which looked small, and they loved the colours she picked out

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Mzansi woman flexes decorated back room
A young woman shares the progress of living space. Images: Zandile Zar Ndomile/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Facebook user Zandile Zar Ndomile shared her progress since moving out alone. The young hun uploaded images of her rented backroom, which she turned into her haven. Ndomile shared the pictures on the Facebook group Make your bedroom beautiful with Thembi's Linen.

With over 2.1 million subscribers, online users were impressed by how she fitted everything in a small room and transformed it into a chic and sophisticated space. In the post, she shared images of her bedroom, kitchen and storage space.

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She said:

"Been staying in my own back room for a month now"

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Here are some of the photos:

Full view of the bedroom
Young hun shows a view of her bedroom. Images: Zandile Zar Ndomile/Facebook
Source: Facebook
Images of storage space
Young hun shows a view of storage space.Images: Zandile Zar Ndomile/Facebook
Source: Facebook
Young hun shows view of her kitchen space
Young hun shows a view of her kitchen space.Images: Zandile Zar Ndomile/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Peeps are hella impressed with sophisticated design

People across the country congratulated Zandile on transforming the backroom into her home. While some asked her to plug them on different furniture, there had to be haters who told her she needed to fix her bedsheet first.

Here are some of the comments:

@Dimakzo Mokoena said:

"Very neat and smart."

@Kelebogile Nkwadipo commented:

"Beautiful, that yellow is wow for me."

@Noreen Makaitanyasha Makoni said:

"Everything is on point nana. It is exquisite."

@Intandan'enhleka Dlamini said:

"Very nice and clean. What did you use to put your mirror on the wall."

Mpho Mokoena Mokoena commented:

"Beautiful, heavenly, bright, clean, fresh and an organised room you have there."

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Thuliswa Tsengiwe said:

"Very neat and clean. Please remove the toilet paper and put it in the wardrobe."

Tsholanang Mashoba commented

"Very beautiful and neat. Mara your duvet cover it's upside-down. Shouldn't the detail be at the bottom, not side?"

South African shares the interior design of workspace and bedroom on the Facebook group, and netizens share feedback

In other interior design stories, Briefly News reported about a couple who shared photos of their home.

The South African netizen shared photos of their home interior design on Facebook, showcasing a balance between work, style, and play.

The photos showed an intelligent television and gaming joysticks in the work area, indicating a work hard, play hard mentality.

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Source: Briefly News

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Trisha Pillay (Weekend current affairs editor) Trisha Pillay is a Current Affairs writer at Briefly News. She has a degree in Journalism from the University of Johannesburg and an Honours degree in International Politics from UNISA. She joined ENCA straight out of varsity and completed an internship at the channel. Pillay later went on to cover politics, crime, entertainment, and current affairs at the Citizen Newspaper. She joined Newzroom Afrika in 2019 and became a senior bulletin editor for shows focused on politics and current affairs on the channel. She joined Briefly News in 2023. You can contact her at trisha.pillay@briefly.co.za

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