- A family's house style has made them the talk of social media
- The partially-completed bungalow had a stylish interior that has the humble abode a rich face-lift
- Many gushed about the neatness of the corners of the building, others thought the colours used were on the high side
Emerging images of a family house with an unusual interior look has got many talking on social media.
In images first shared on Facebook by Happy Africans with the caption:
"Poverty does not mean one must be dirty."
@AebiodunFord also sharing the post on Twitter maintained that one's financial woes are not enough reason for one to be dirty.
While the focus of the posters was on the neatness of the bungalow, the over colourfulness was it for many people on social media.
The building which appeared not to have been cemented had a medium-sized flat screen in it - a home accessory that betrays the supposed humbleness of the house.
It was also observed that the sitting room had over 20 teddy bears used for decoration.
The humble look of the structure is characterized by the wooden windows and entrances. The family that owns the building was yet to be identified as of the time of making this report.
Reacting to the images, a Twitter user @lopezIyke_ said:
"How is this poverty? You see this interior and everything in it and you call this poverty? This could even be the person's own building that is yet to be completed!. This person may not be rich but this isn't poverty in any way."
"Not at all. The owner of that house has peace living that way nd it's not dirty for an uncomplicated building...."
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"Whoever lives in this house is nowhere near poverty. Massa poverty is evil, it has the ability to take everything from you; friends, family, happiness, everything including your sense of reasoning. You will have the broom but you won't sweep, your mind will not tell u to. Poverty."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man had stunned social media with his beautifully designed room.
Sharing photos of his beautiful bedroom, the man said the design he has in mind for it is just 80% complete and internet users loved it. Despite the fact that he will still be putting finishing touches to the decor, it already has a classy look with the man's minimalistic use of furniture.
To create an aura of nature, the pieces of furniture maintain their wood colour which blends well with the white paint of the wall.