A DOTING dad who put his DIY skills to good use has made walk-in wardrobe for his lucky daughter with wood from a leftover fence panel.
Richard Duggan shared a snap of the finished product on Facebook – and people are very impressed.
Not wanting to let good materials go to waste, Richard was reluctant to throw away a panel from his old garden shed.
So, the savvy bloke got creative with his leftover piece of wood, re-purposing in his daughter's room to create a feature wall.
His handiwork even includes little windows built into the walk-in wardrobe wall.
Richard shared snaps of his creation to the Facebook page DIY on a Budget Official, captioning the post, "My little girl's walk in wardrobe made with a left over fence panel."
People are impressed with his DIY skills, taking to the comments section to praise his dynamic project.
One woman wrote: "I love it, wish id had that when I was younger. Looks amazing."
Another said: "Wow, so nice! It's these kind of posts that make me want to see the rest of the house. Bet its lovely!"
A third chimed in: "Absolutely stunning !! Lucky little girl."
Meanwhile, others admitted they wanted to steal the idea for themselves
"I want one for myself," one woman commented.
Another agreed: "This is absolutely stunning! I’m 34 and totally up for adoption."
For more amazing DIY projects, a single mum transformed bedroom into a ‘gorgeous’ haven on the cheap – & she did her bathroom too.
And we previously told you about the grandad who transformed a cupboard under the stairs into a ‘cool’ den for his grandsons for just £50.
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