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I transformed my tiny home on a teacher’s salary – I bagged second hand buys for under £30 & it looks WAY more expensive

A TEACHER has revealed how they made their tiny flat look expensive and stylish on a small budget.

Meg uploaded photos showing how she transformed her home using secondhand items.

In a video that has racked up over 46,000 likes, she wrote: “POV [point of view] your apartment bedroom is small but you want it to be as cute and as charming as possible still on a teacher friendly budget.”

And it seems Meg achieved her goal, showing off her neutral and cozy flat on her @meg_home account.

The home has white and black features, and looks like it could be straight off a glossy Pinterest board. 

Meg revealed that actually got most of her items secondhand and uploaded a follow-up video showing her “thrifted” or bargain finds, with everything priced under £30.

She said her dressing table was from Ikea, her bedframe was from Wayfair and her bedside table was from TK Maxx.

She picked up her wooden coffee table for £16 and it looked perfect in her cream lounge.

Her gold mirror cost £28 and she wrote that she found it “so cute.”

Meg also found a stylish chair for £24 and changed the fabric on the cushion so it would be cream to match the rest of her bedroom.

For her lamps, she thrifted the bases for £39 and painted them white, and get the shades from budget retailer Target.

Finally she got six “cute” glasses from an antique store for £28.

Many people were quick to comment on her stylish apartment, with one saying: “Great finds!”

A second person wrote: “Omg stunning!!”