A MUM has transformed an unused airing cupboard into a stylish walk-in wardrobe for her baby daughter for only £6.

Sarah Ward, from Runcorn, used materials destined for the bin, a charity shop bargain and recycled furniture in order to complete her impressive DIY project.

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While renovating 20-month-old daughter Cyenna's box room, she created the adorable space using a free carpet sample, a ladder from her seven-year-old son Jamie-John's old bunk bed and a £4 rail bought at a charity shop before finishing the walk-in wardrobe off with a £2 unicorn sticker from Amazon.

The 28-year-old full-time mum said: "I went down to a carpet store and the man said he was going to sling it in the bin.

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Sarah working on the renovation project

"Then I got the rail from a charity shop for £4 and the sticker from Amazon for £2.

"I didn’t have to do anything with the rail, it was the perfect fit.

"Then I remembered I had my son’s old bunk bed in the attic which had a ladder on it – I got a saw and chopped it down, so there’s a little entrance for her."

And Cyenna is delighted with her new room.

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Cyenna's new room

Sarah added: "She just absolutely loves it.

"As soon as I showed her she got really excited, it made my heart burst.

"She plays with her toys in there, and I read to her in there before bed.

"My son has autism and he loves going in there to play with her too.

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Cyenna and Jamie-John in the walk-in wardrobe

"It’s just brought so much joy for such a small price.

"I did it all myself and on a small budget – I just want to show other mums that it can be easily done.

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Sarah with Jamie-John and Cyenna

"If someone looks at what I’ve done and is inspired to do something in their home then that’s great."