Business is booming.

Home decorator explains why she's using toilet rolls in her living room

Why Decorators Use TOILET ROLLS in the Living Room for a Five Star ‘Hotel Feel’ – So Would You Try It?

  • An Australian home decorator has come up with a genius use for old toilet rolls
  • Instead of throwing them away, she collects them to put on her eye curtains
  • The rollers serve to separate the curtain and make it look more ‘hotel-like’
  • Others have tried the ‘hack’ and labeled it ‘great’

<!–

<!–

<!–<!–

<!–

<!–

<!–

An Australian home decorator has shown a genius way of using up old toilet rolls in the living room, causing a stir online.

The anonymous woman took to a popular Facebook group to show off her “hack,” holding up her Kmart eye curtains in a more “hotel” five-star fashion.

By placing a toilet roll between each eye hook, the woman makes the curtains ‘bulge’ slightly instead of lying flat against each other, resulting in a nicer overall picture.

Home decorator explains why she039s using toilet rolls in her

The anonymous woman took to a popular Facebook group to demonstrate her “hack,” which involves holding up her Kmart eye curtains in a more “hotel” five-star fashion

It puts the material outside and looks just as nice open as it does completely closed to block out light

It puts the material outside and looks just as nice open as it does completely closed to block out light

It puts the material outside and looks just as nice open as it does completely closed to block out light

It places the material outward and looks just as nice open as it does completely closed to keep out light.

Thousands of Aussies “liked” the post, while others commented on the remarkably simple idea.

“Good, I have to go save mine,” one woman wrote in response.

“This is pure genius,” said another.

Thousands of Aussies 'liked' the post, while others commented on the remarkably simple idea

Thousands of Aussies 'liked' the post, while others commented on the remarkably simple idea

Thousands of Aussies ‘liked’ the post, while others commented on the remarkably simple idea

A third added: ‘What witchcraft I see! Blimmin’ brilliant’.

Unfortunately, the hack didn’t work for all types of curtains, with one amateur decorator saying her eyes were so big they went right over the rollers.

“I liked this idea and tried it, but when I went outside I could see the toilet rolls in the window, so I realized that the rods had to be installed well above the window to use this idea,” said another.

.