A mum with a flare for interior design has given her bedroom a stunning floral makeover.
Danielle Beese wowed DIY fans on Facebook with her Instagram-worthy floral bed chandelier.
The gorgeous feature, made using fairy lights and faux wisteria blooms, adds a luxurious finish to her sleeping space.
Danielle, 29, from Dudley in the West Midlands, runs her own flower decor and children’s wall art business, @mimishouse_, which inspired her creation.
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Speaking to Daily Star Online, Danielle said: “I have a flower decor business where I design children’s bedroom wall art.
“I guess when you work with flowers they end up everywhere!”
Posting some snaps in the popular Facebook group, DIY On A Budget UK, Danielle wrote: “My beautiful new bedroom used refurbished old furniture and budget shops.
The stunning revamp clearly impressed others as the post racked up a whopping 1,700 likes and nearly 400 comments.
Danielle talked us through how she created her hotel-worthy design.
She said: “I attached the fairy lights to the curtain pole at one end then stapled the other end to the beam in the ceiling above the end of the bed.
“I then glued each individual wisteria into the gaps in the wires.”
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Danielle added: “The lights were £14.99 from Amazon and the wisteria was from The Range – £3.50 a stem and I used around 25 stems.”
To create an illusion headboard, Danielle spray painted an old curtain pole with gold paint and added sumptuous curtains from B&M.
We can honestly say we’re obsessed with this picture perfect, girly bedroom.
And Facebook fans were keen to share their admiration.
One person commented: “Amazing!! Just like a fairytale castle!”
“I’m in love,” added another.
A third wrote: “This is so lush – I love the light especially.”
“Wow, just wow,” added a fourth.
Hundreds of others called the room “absolutely stunning”, “beautiful” and “amazing”.
Now, Danielle is finishing off her little girl’s room and has previously glammed up her garden.
Incredible job, Danielle!
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