Mum turns cupboard in tiny one-bed flat into a bedroom for her kids – and it’s so good they never want to leave

Mum turns cupboard in tiny one-bed flat into a bedroom for her kids – and it’s so good they never want to leave

EVERY parent with young kids could use more space at home – whether it's somewhere for the kids for play in or simply an extra cupboard for stashing away toys.

But one smart mother-of-three living in a one-bed flat has come up with a genius space-making solution: a bedroom within a cupboard.

The savvy mum posted on Facebook group Decorate your home on a budget where she shared the cute snap of her kids enjoying their new room, which they absolutely love.

The cute pic shows the cosy bedroom with fairy lights, storage baskets and a skilfully painted Troll-themed door on the left.

On the right hand side there are two separate levels for the kids to hang out in, and in between the two sections there's a handy pink stool.

Describing how the quirky bedroom came to be, the mum said: "We currently rent [a] one bed house (family of 5) so have had to be creative with our space. Our girls currently have their own 'room' in what was the clothes cupboard!"

She adds: "Our little man has a mattress next to ours at the other end of the room! The trolls door was painted by daddy on some plywood and we added a cheap handle."

The mum describes adding cheap wood, which they paid around £15 for, and explained that the sides were made out of an old cot.

There's also a ladder behind the door to help the kids climb up and down from the top room, a clothes rail and storage boxes to keep their clothes in.

"The girls love it and want to bring it with us if we eventually move house!" she says.

In other home transformation news, we shared the best makeovers you can do for under £30.

Plus a DIY fanatic completely transformed a three-bed house in three weeks and did it on the cheap thanks to Dunelm and Ikea bargains.

And a woman shares her beautiful light-up headboard that her husband made her.

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