- A woman in the United States, Jordan Darian, has shown wild creativity as she designed the floor of her bathroom with $77 (N31,799.46) worth of pennies
- In an inspiring video she posted on her TikTok page, the woman could be seen sticking down each coin by hand
- According to the 36-year-old woman who lives in West Hollywood, California, it took her 16 hours to glue the pennies to the floor
A creative director identified as Jordan Darian has beautified the floor of her bathroom with $77 (N31,799.46) worth of pennies she glued to it.
The woman from the United States posted a video of herself on TikTok doing the painstaking work, saying it took her 16 hours to glue the pennies to the floor.
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In the viral video, she could be seen sticking down each coin by hand.
It cost around $300
She said she spent $300 (N123,894) on the glue she used in decorating the floor.
In her words:
"Took me 16 hours to penny the floor. I used Elmer's glue to secure the pennies. I sealed the floor with epoxy resin, it cost around $300."
According to Newsweek, the 36-year-old woman said she and her husband bought the house in 2018 and they have been renovating it since then.
In her words:
"The first year was an actual living nightmare but the labor of love was worth it and everyone tells us if we made it through a live-in renovation our marriage will stand the test of time, and I'd have to agree."
Jordan was inspired by her mum
She said her mum had always loved the idea of decorating a floor with pennies, adding that she decided to go ahead with it because it appealed to her.
Couple transform their old home
Two lovebirds called Kate and Paul have managed to gain thousands of followers online after they decided to share how they completely transformed their old home into a beautiful and modern place to live with the online world.
On an Instagram page called @thebungalow_reno, the couple basically takes their followers through the lengthy and arduous process of completely renovating every room in the house which they did beautifully.
The couple's bio read:
"Second renovation of another bungalow that had previously been unoccupied for a few years."