THANKS to the likes of Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon, hanging egg chairs have become this summer's must-have piece of garden furniture.
But every time we pluck up the courage to splash out on one, they sell out in an instant – or we get stuck in a virtual queue of 75,000 other shoppers.
It's for this exact reason that we've been wanting to make our own – and according to one DIY fan, it's much easier than it looks.
Posting on the Facebook group B&M Bargains and More, the woman explained how she'd been wanting to use her children's old swing set to act as the frame of her hanging egg chair.
After turning to the group for advice, she was sent a photo by a savvy DIY fan who had made hers for under £50 using eBay bargains.
Having bagged two circular rattan chairs on eBay, the woman used rope to hang them from the sturdy metal frame.
Then she scattered cushions over the chairs and finished it off by wrapping fairy lights around the metal bars. Yes, it's really THAT simple.
And let's just say, we're not the only ones desperate to try this ourselves as the post quickly racked up over 2,500 "likes".
"That is so lovely," one wrote. "And very clever!"
"Absolutely fantastic," another gushed.
A third replied: "Aww that’s prettier than those egg chairs!!!"
And if you're in need of more garden inspiration, we took a look inside Mrs Hinch's enviable outdoor space – complete with B&M’s hanging egg chair, stylish BBQ area and a teepee for Ronnie.
For more bargain buys, mums are raving about Aldi’s plush animal ‘snuggle pods’ – and they double up as sweet sleeping bags.
And Primark sent Disney fans wild with new Monsters, Inc. bedding.
Plus shoppers went wild as Aldi launched supersize version of Mrs Hinch’s hanging egg chair for £199.
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