Exasperated mum splits her kids’ room in half using Ikea buys to give them their own space & the results are incredible

AN EXASPERATED mum decided to split her kids’ room in half to give them their own space, and the results are incredible. 

Erin McGill used bargains from Ikea and B&Q to create a division down the middle of the room, as well as new bed frames. 

The mum picked up the bargains, which start from £9 at the Swedish furniture store and £57 for the room dividers, and got to work. 

Erin worked tirelessly to create the new set-up, sawing bits of wood to fit, putting slats down and painting the room divider different colours on each side.

She shared her handiwork to Facebook group DIY On A Budget UK, saying: “Split my kids room so they have their own space.

"Used kallax units for the beds and karalis room dividers from b&q.

“So pleased with the results…. and proud as all done by myself. 

“Here is some pics from start to finish.”

Explaining exactly how she put up the dividers, she said she used: “ Pressure pads to the ceiling and floors really easy if they fit your room. 

“I knew they were too short for my room, so had to build them up so they fitted, that was the hard part.”

More than 1,800 liked her post online, and praised her DIY skills with hundreds of people raving about the new design. 

One person said: “Wow looks amazing well done.”

Another wrote: “What a transformation it's amazing.”

A third commented: “Looks amazing great Idea for the Bed gives extra storage too.”

This person thought: “Amazing mummy and looks fabulous.” 

While another added: “Good job. Bet it's made so much difference.”

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