We all have the size of our house that we can barely afford small items – You know, those old shoes, coats and bags we don’t want to throw away but never wear.
One person who knows a little about this is Jemma Sweeting.
The 33-year-old from Newcastle Upon Tyne said the cupboard under her stairs had turned into a “scrap dump” over the years.
Describing how “embarrassed” she is about the clutter, Jemma said the space is crammed with Christmas bargains, camping gear and old toys.
“Everything I don’t have a place for is stored in this cupboard,” she explained.
As she worked as a crew member AND an NHS nursing assistant, earlier this year Jemma decided she wanted to take back the wasted space and make it hers. only me.
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She continued: “Both of my jobs require an early start.
“To save me from tiptoeing around my bedroom at 4 a.m. to get dressed, I decided to have my own little dressing room where I could get ready in peace.”
First, Jemma got everything he could out of the closet and into the hallway.
After sorting through the pile, Jemma had enough trash to fill two bags of bins.
When she stepped off this path, she then ran to B&M to pick up some decorations for her new dressing room.
Along with a £7 pink hexagonal mirror and £15 soft rug, she also captured some picture frames for £2, shelves for £16, boxes for £4, a chair one for £20 and another for £2.
She also bought a £1 heart ornament, £1 diffuser, a candle for 50p, a garland for £6 and a battery-powered lamp for £8.
In order to avoid having to hang around in my bedroom at 4 a.m. to get dressed, I decided to have my own little dressing room where I could get ready in peace.
Once she had everything she needed, it took Jemma just two hours to execute her vision for the room.
She joked: “It’s a job that has to be done while my partner is at work because he will say I’ll do it the right way for you when I have some spare time… and i will still wait for another year or two. !
“It’s really simple to do even though I’m not a dexterous woman, it doesn’t take two minutes with a drill.”
In total, the make-up cost £82 and Jemma is so proud of her work that she has posted stunning before and after pictures on Facebook.
Jemma said: “I was shocked to see all the likes and comments online, and the messages from people asking where the items were and how long it took me to make.
“I’ve had a lot of people ask me if it’s big enough to stand on. It’s a small door but once you’re inside, you can totally stand with a lot of room.
“It’s not perfect, but it’s perfect for me!”
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4700371/woman-transforms-cupboard-dressing-room/ The frugal woman turns a ‘garbage’ cupboard under the stairs into a beautiful dressing room in TWO HOURS at a cheap price by B&M