Is it possible to completely make over a room in just five days? Yes! Leanne Lim-Walker has a blog on Instagram and YouTube, where she shows how she renovates her Victorian home doing many things by herself. And the house is really stylish and beautiful. Walker's latest accomplishment is transforming her guest room from an unassuming closet into a dream bedroom. Do you know how long the makeover took her? Amazingly just five days!
The woman has refurbished her guest room in just five days
Here are the photos before
The walls have already been painted
And this is the result
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You can see the room better in these before/after photos
Walker bought the Victorian home a year ago, and since then she has slowly renovated it on a budget by DIY. And now it's time for this room to be refurbished.
First the flooring was removed
Then the curtains and hooks on the walls
Finally, it's time for the paint job. The walls in white, the floor in pink, the fireplace in black
Assembling the furniture
Walker painted many of the pieces herself: the bed, the nightstands, the decorations
The finishing touches
Walker has shared this amazing makeover on Twitter
Internet users loved the transformation:
"The room looks phenomenal. It's hard to believe that it was in that awful state before. You did a spectacular job, kudos to you."
Some people are really amazed by the speed of the renovation:
"Wow. Jesus. I’ve been making over my place for two years now. Still not finished. I keep going for for dins instead. Fancy doing some tiling?"
Some people don't mind moving in there:
"May I live there for a while?"
And you can see the whole process here:
Inspiring, isn't it?
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