I'm sure we can all agree that furniture, is not the cheapest thing to buy in South Africa, you start to realise that when you move into a new house or apartment that requires you to buy furniture but it will all be worth it when you're done buying all the furniture you need. Some people have even said that getting someone to make furniture for you is much as compared to buying it at a furniture store such as Russells or lewis.
Well, a man posted a wardrobe that he made for someone on Twitter, and the wardrobe is like nothing you have ever seen before, as it acts as a bedpost also, which is something that we do not get to see every day.
Since the man said he makes it himself, you're probably not going to get it from furniture stores around the country. It seems people were surprised to find out that the wardrobe is not as cheap as they thought it was going to be, as the man said it costs R35 000, which is a very high price to pay for a wardrobe, furniture stores sell wardrobes from as cheap as R2000.
The wardrobe looks very aesthetic, this wardrobe is for people who have a lot of clothes to store away. Well, people can save money as they wouldn't have to buy a bedpost as well because it already acts as a bedpost too.
I'm certain that we can all agree that the man's idea is very innovative and creative, and the fact that it is handcrafted makes it easy to add whatever a person wants, he is surely going to make a lot of money from this idea, despite him charging such a hefty price for it, if people want this wardrobe they find a way to get it.
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