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Mum turns hall cupboard into a dreamy pink bedroom so her four-year-old daughter doesn’t have to share with her brother


A MUM managed to add an extra bedroom into her house by turning a cupboard into a girly den for her daughter. 

She revealed her four-year-old daughter wanted her own space away from her brother, so she decided to re-purpose a giant cupboard.

 The giant cupboard was previously used as a utility room

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The giant cupboard was previously used as a utility room Credit: facebook

She opted for a girly decor, with a pink bedspread and matching side table and lamp shade, fairy lights and chic wall decorations. 

Revealing incredible before-and-after photos on Facebook group DIY On A Budget, she revealed she’d finally re-purposed her “massive cupboard”.

She said: “With my son going through a diagnosis of autism, my 4 year old little girl is struggling with the lack of sleep and personal space she gets. 

“So she designed her own little room and I transformed our hall cupboard for her.

The mum transformed it into a girly den for her daughter

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The mum transformed it into a girly den for her daughter Credit: facebook

“She chose it all herself I love it! Fit for a princess. 

“Turned a 2 bed into a 3.” 

More than 4,000 people have liked her post online, praising her daughter’s taste in interior design as well as commenting on how big her ‘cupboard’ is.

The youngster opted for a pink theme for her new bedroom

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The youngster opted for a pink theme for her new bedroomCredit: Facebook

One person said: “Fantastic space , so pretty and soft , lucky little girl having a lovely mummy like you.”

Another wrote: “Brilliant well done to you and your daughter she picked well it’s lovely.”

A third said: “That’s such a small space, I would have never thought of turning it into a bedroom!

Thousands of people have liked her transformation online

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Thousands of people have liked her transformation online

“Looks totally amazing, well done!”

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While this person wrote: “That ‘cupboard’ looks bigger than my kitchen. Well done.” 

And another commented: “What a lovely room for a little princess – you’ve done a great job.”

Meanwhile this mum gave her husband’s tool cupboard a makeover and turned it into a beauty station for her three daughters.

And this mum transformed her son’s bedroom using Argos and eBay bargains – and there’s even a secret play area.

Plus this mum made an incredible playhouse under the stairs for her daughter using bits from Homebase and eBay.

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