Woman Rejoices After Getting Bed for Her 1 Room, Shows Off New Frame in TikTok

Woman Rejoices After Getting Bed for Her 1 Room, Shows Off New Frame in TikTok

  • A beautiful Nigerian lady happily shared a video of the new frame and bed she got for her apartment
  • The lady was excited as she assisted the men who brought in the frame and helped her fix it in the room
  • People who saw that the lady was not ashamed to show off her win said she was better than many

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A young Nigerian lady who did not have any furniture for her new apartment shared a video that captured the moment she finally got a bed.

She was super excited as she sat on her new bed before a standing fan. Some men also helped her to bring in her bedframe.

Home setup/lady bought new bed.
People rejoiced with the lady on her win. Photo source: @ariana_a.d
Source: UGC

Lady set up her new room

The lady, (@ariana_a.d), made the bed after the frame setup was done. The lady's room looked cozy with her beautiful bedframe.

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Many people who watched her video said her becoming independent was not an easy thing, and she should be proud.

Some TikTokers expressed their wish at also going independent like her.

Watch the video below:

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

nancyyagi said:

"So one day I will have money to be independent like this becausee it's like life is getting unfair and frustrating day by day. I tap from ur grace."

Chioma Okpara said:


butbag4 said:

"How you wan con continue rent when you dey struggle with furniture."

Ella said:

"Gradual process iIlove it."

Xornam said:

"Can’t wait for mine my back sha."

Natethan said:

"Na here I de come for holiday by August."

nzubechukwu said:

"Are you staying alone come and carry me ooo."

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femii said:

"I actually thought the room was the parlor."

Enny said:

"How much did your furnitures cost moving no be anybody mate."

mean said:

"Everything is coming togetherrrrer."

Favour Ita said:

"I’m actually trusting my process one day it will be like this for me this is so beautiful and little beginnings are actually very beautiful."

Tenant without bed uses wrapper on the floor

Nigeria's leading news website, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady, @rons_crib, got people praising her move to become independent when she shared how she was coping in her new apartment.

After renting a place for herself, the lady showed the house looked bare. She lay different clothes on the floor to form a duvet so she could sleep on them. After padding the floor with thick clothes, she covered them with a wrapper.

Lady decorates her room

In similar news, a young lady (@oselineghartey) got the attention of many people with the interior decor of her apartment. She said people asked her where she got the design inspiration from.

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The lady rugged her room to make it very cool. The colour of her bedframe matched the decor of the apartment.

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Source: Legit.ng

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