Kmart enthusiasts will know the internet has been providing loads of great ideas about how to use the chain department store's wooden cubby house, with artistic souls creating everything from Santa's workshop to stunning homes for their pets.
But one mum has taken cubby house inspiration next level, whipping up an amazing 'bookstore' for her daughter's first birthday.
Australian woman Lauren Smith was praised by thousands in Facebook group Kmart Hacks and Decor last week with her "first Kmart hack".
Emblazoned with the sign "Isla's bookstore", the cubby house is decorated with fairy lights, Ikea spice racks for bookshelves, a fur throw for a rug and Spotlight plants and fabric to create a soft chandelier.
The end result is a book-filled, cozy space we can only wish came in an adult size.
Smith's post has racked up almost 5000 likes and over 700 comments from parents vowing to create a similar-style book nook for their own children.
"That looks amazing!" one user commented.
"This is the best cubby hack I've seen!" wrote anther
"What a beautiful gift, to teach her to read and have imagination in her very own special place," praised another.