Mzansi Student Shares Photos of Bedroom, the Neat Space Impresses People: “Looks Wonderful!”

Mzansi Student Shares Photos of Bedroom, the Neat Space Impresses People: “Looks Wonderful!”

  • A young, innovative student got people talking after she shared snaps of her bedroom on social media
  • The hard-working hun had every item in place, with the home decor looking simple, clean, and pretty
  • People left the young lady the sweetest comments, with others offering constructive criticism on how the place could be improved

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A Mzansi lady showed off pictures of her stunning bedroom on social media.

Mzansi student shows off her pretty home
Nosie Nosie Mntimandze is a student who decorated her lovely room to feel like home. Image: Nosie Nosie Mntimandze
Source: Facebook

The hun noted that she was a full-time student, with her space looking clean and tidy and the home decor simple.

Facebook user Nosie Nosie Mntimandze posted the pics on Make your bedroom beautiful with Thembi’s linen and received many reactions.

She captioned her post:

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“My bedroom as full-time student.”

Here is a picture from the Facebook post:

Netizens wowed by student with neat and clean bedroom

Nosie’s post received 380 reactions and over 30 comments at the time of writing.

Some people left her kind comments, with others curious about the space she was renting.

Here are the top reactions, as compiled by Briefly News:

Nomakhosi Zondi kindly said:

“Well done.”

Nonjabulo Mntungwa inquired:

“Renting place?”

Lerato Dlamini advised:

“Absolutely amazing. Now play with bright colours.”

Senzo Ndlovu reacted:

“Nice furniture. You now need to keep the wall busy while usathenga okusele okukhulu.”

Martha Bana Thumelo kindly noted:

“Beautiful beginning.”

Yandisa Mahashe left a kind comment:

“Looks wonderful!”

Malebina Emily shared:

“Love it!”

According to Homes & Gardens, there are various ways that one can make a smaller bedroom look and feel bigger, with art, the correct lighting, and decluttering three possible techniques.

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In another inspiring story about female success by Briefly News, a strong mom who is from Venda in Limpopo has opened up about a book she authored and finding herself through the process of writing.

The 34-year-old is a mother to a teen and a nurse by profession and reflected on mental health, courage, and the struggles she has faced in her young life.

Talking to Briefly News, Mulalo Ntsako Mabogo, noted that her first book, entitled 16 Missed Calls, is based on her lived experiences and fictional occurrences.

The hun has already authored a second book and has inspired many people with the exciting and relatable reads.

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Kauthar Gool (Women Empowerment Editor) Kauthar Gool has been the Women Empowerment Editor at Briefly News since 2022. She holds a Master of Public Relations and Communication Management from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) (2022) and a Bachelor of Technology in Journalism from CPUT (2019). She has worked at the Fundza Literacy Trust, ITWeb, YOU Magazine, and Cape Argus. She is currently furthering her education in journalism at Stellenbosch University. Reach her at: kauthar.gool@briefly.co.za

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