A woman has been praised by hundreds of people after coming up with a way to find her step-daughter some private space in a one-bed flat.
Using some bargains picked up from B&M, eBay and The Range, the clever lady converted a cupboard into a cosy nook the girl use as her own space.
“Small cupboard turned into a sleeping area in my 1 bedroom flat for my partner’s daughter when she stays.
“She loves her little ‘den’.”
Speaking to Fabulous, she explained that it all came in at a bargain price, too.
“The paint, duvet/duvet set and lamp shade were from The Range,” she said.
“The shelves and bits were from B&M, bed was from a UK site on eBay
“The wallpaper I already had, we bought the bed, duvet/duvet set, the pink paint, a lamp shade and a coloured bulb which she changes to blue so the room looks purple, and then the bits for the shelves.
“Would say it cost around £125 altogether.”
The woman added that when her step-daughter isn’t there the door’s closed, but it stays open when she’s using it.
The idea was a hit with other social media users, as more than 1,000 praised her work.
One wrote: “It’s so lovely!! Really cool idea. Gives her personal space in your little house! I love it.”
Another added: “Awesome she’ll love having a little space of her own.”
A third said: “Awe thats so sweet, you’ve done what you can with what you have to make your partner’s daughter happy. If I was her mother I would be soo happy!”
Another commentator wrote: “Fabulous! Well done you for doing all you can to accommodate her and their relationship what a great step-mum you are.”