Never judge a book by its cover nor a home by its exterior.
If you think looks can be deceiving, well, check out this humble wooden house in Kuala Krai, Kelantan that looks ordinary from the outside but well-decorated, neat and attractive on the inside.
The owner of the house, Leila Mod Zain, 36, stated that major renovations for the interior of the house started during the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO).
As much as she wanted to beautify the exterior as well, she was short on money as the family income of RM1.5k per month was not enough, according to a report in Harian Metro.
The house’s interior is decorated with a colour theme of green and grey which carries throughout the furniture and walls, giving it a modern and comfortable feel.
The inspiration for the designs came from Laila’s sister, Hamnee Mod Zain, 32, who had shared the same interest as Laila and helped her to buy the home decor items since she lived in Kuala Lumpur.
The mother of two who also runs an ayam percik business strongly believes that although many houses come in different shapes and sizes, everyone deserves a chance to beautify and modify their humble abode according to their own designs and desires.
Right now, she is keeping her spirit high and hopes to finish renovating the whole house once she has saved enough money.