- A Twitter user recently headed to the app to share amazing pictures of a man transforming an old bathtub into furniture
- The post shows a man working on the bathtub which he subsequently turned into a set of table and two chairs
- Twitter users were left absolutely stunned by the post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post
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Some people are so talented, they can find ways to turn old and broken things into beautiful brand-new creations. A Twitter user recently took to Twitter to share with his followers how an old bathtub can be turned into beautiful and usable furniture.
@IamMartyMarty shared a series of pictures of @AbChigz transforming the old and clearly ruined bathtub into a set of two chairs and a glass-top table. In the pics, the man had cut the bath into three pieces, restored its colour and added some legs.
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"Chairs and table made from a damaged bathtub. Creativity at its best," Marty Marty captioned the Twitter post.
Twitter users were blown away by the post. Many of them shared their thoughts in the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
"This is so cute until a little water spills on the seat."
"Good work, maybe add a cushion to the chair to make it more comfortable."
"The concept is cool but don't you think there's a need for a cushion or something to withstand the pain the ceramics will inflict."
In other news, being able to build a new home for yourself and your family is a lovely achievement, one that is worthy of a hearty celebration. A young South African mother recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to celebrate building a new home for herself and her daughter.
In a heartwarming post, Dine Okon explained how she and her daughter moved from home to home without having a place of their own to settle down in. She also explains how proud she is of herself.
"After so many years of moving up and down without a home, today me and my daughter we have a place we call home, even though this year was big roller coaster this is my achievement and very proud of myself, that's why #imstaying, thank God," she captioned the post.
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