[PHOTOS] Malaysian Transforms His Bedroom And It Looks Like It Came Out Of Pinterest

Syaiful shared that it took him about a month to complete it.

Cover image via Twitter @syaifulnazreen & Instagram @syaifulnazreen

A Malaysian, who lives in KL, recently went viral on Twitter after sharing photos of how he transformed his home into a cosy sanctuary

Twitter user Syaiful Nazreen's tweet has received over 11,500 retweets and 37,300 likes since 27 April, as many commended him for his taste in decorating.

Here's how his bedroom looked before:

And here's how it looks now:

Syaiful, who is originally from Penang, lives on his own in a condominium unit in KL

Unsurprisingly, he shared that most of his inspiration for his room came straight out of Pinterest.

In a recent Instagram Live, Syaiful said that he researched home decoration and room decoration on Pinterest to get inspiration for his Scandinavian-style home.

He added that he's no interior designer but works at Japanese retail store Muji.

After his tweet went viral, many asked him where he got his furniture and home interior

Syaiful replied that he got them mostly from IKEA, Kaison, Daiso, Spotlight, H&M Home, and Muji.

Items like his clothes rack and large mirror are from IKEA, while some of the dried flowers are from Lee Wah Florist in KL.

Syaiful revealed to SAYS that it cost him around RM5,000 to re-do his room. And it took him about a month to complete it.

Aside from making it look cosy on the outside, he also showed photos of how he arranged his clothes in the cupboard and drawers

I don't know about you but I bet Marie Kondo will be proud of this guy.

Here are more photos of his living room:

You can check out his full Twitter thread here:

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