I've found a second use for my paddling pool WITHOUT needing water – and it makes it perfect for summer evenings | The Sun

WITH temperatures set to soar, parents will be pumping up paddling pools in a bid to help their little ones cool down.

But one savvy homeowner has revealed a completely different use for her giant inflatable.


And perhaps the best part? It requires no water at all.

TikTok user @ourlondonlistedhome, who is from the UK, took to the social media platform and shared a short video sharing a snap of the blue-style paddling pool we're all familiar with.

But in a second clip, it looks almost recognisable as she turned it into a comfy seating area – perfect for relaxing on summer evenings.

To create the cosy seating area, she simply added an array of different textured soft blankets and pillows.

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Alongside the video, she penned: "POV: Your paddling pool has two uses."

The post has since garnered an impressive 76,000 views.

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Unsurprisingly, it's also been flooded with comments from social media users, with many praising the innovative idea.

"Fabulous idea & so cosy," enthused one.

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A second admitted: "I prefer that to the paddling pool."

A third penned: "What a brilliant idea."

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Meanwhile, another commented: "So cosy!"

A further quipped: "So, a water bed!"

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