- The Container Guy, an amazing beautifier also known as Da_boyKing on Twitter is into the conversion of containers into beautiful finishes
- The man's projects have included houses, restaurants, recreational centres, libraries and more
- Photos sighted by Legit.ng of some of the works done show that The Container Guy is truly a container guy
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A Ghanaian entrepreneur known on Twitter as Da_boyKing, as well as, The Container Guy, is into the refurbishment of old containers into amazing houses, shops, and more.
Many of his amazing transformational works done on containers have been sighted by Legit.ng on his official Twitter handle.
The latest has been the conversion of an old and rusty piece of iron into a proper, stunning and well furnished public library.
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Contrary to what many might perceive, the container houses can even be made into storey buildings as another project The Container Guy undertook shows.
In what appears to be a commercial site either as a restaurant, recreational environment, or even offices, a number of containers were joined together to build an amazing project.
The cost of making each project is not disclosed but it is thought that this would be much more affordable than houses built with concrete or bricks.
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The Container Guy is not the only Ghanaian making waves with the art of beautification.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians are not only making it big abroad, but their works and skills also speak for them in places that matter.
Duro Oluwu is a designer with great influences as he decorated the Vermeil Room in the White House. The Nigerian said that his aim is to create good pieces that people would always engage and never be tired of.
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“My idea is to create a beautiful feast for the eyes, reminiscent of a warm and joyful season, filled with international treasures and signature fabrics,” he spoke of his work in the White House room.
It should be noted that he decorated the room during Barack Obama’s presidency in the US. He said that he was sure Michelle’s visitors would be as delighted as she is when they visit the room during the holiday season.
The composition of the room was comprised of 8-foot-tall Christmas trees wrapped with vintage African fabrics encrusted with shiny balls. There were also patchworks at strategic places in the room.
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