Mum makes incredible mini-bed for her toddler to maximise every inch of space and it only cost a fiver

A MUM made an incredible mini-bed for her toddler after using a stair-box to maximise space. 

She revealed that she’d recently moved into a smaller house, so was trying to make the most out of every inch. 

One of the rooms had a bulky stair-box in it, so she decided to try and incorporate the design into something useful. 

She decided to turn the space into a mini-bed for her toddler, and it only cost her a few quid. 

The mum revealed she fully boxed out the space and added slats on top to support a mattress, then covered everything in trendy fablon to hide the wood.  

She then added a princess-style tent on top as well as fairy lights, giving her youngster a magical den as well as a bed. 

Sharing before-and-after snaps of her design to Facebook group DIY On A Budget, she said: “Had this space so made my toddler this bed. Total cost 5 pound for the fablon.

“We recently moved to a much smaller property so trying to make use of the space we have.” 

Her ingenious use of the room has gone down well online, with her handiwork racking up more than 100 likes. 

Commenting online, one person said: “Love this idea!”

Another wrote: “Where did you get this bed tent from?

"My little girl would love this!”

A third added: “Good use of that space, you’ve made it looks really pretty, well done.”

Someone else thought: “It’s a great use of space, well done.”

While this person praised the mum, saying: “You done a lovely job.”

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