Inside Molly-Mae’s new £4m home with Tommy Fury – lavish cocktail bar to marble staircase

The Love Island stars are currently carrying out a huge renovation project in their new home

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  • 10:55, 12 May 2022
  • Updated11:09, 12 May 2022
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It's been nearly three years since Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury first met on Love Island.

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Since then, the loved-up couple have gone from strength to strength and are now embarking on a huge renovation project, transforming their new multi-million pound house in Cheshire into their dream home.

The couple, who met on the fifth series of the ITV2 show back in 2019, moved into the property last month and have been sharing images of the DIY projects being carried out across the enormous property on Instagram.

The contemporary home, which counts footballers Marcus Rashford and Jordan Pickford as neighbours, boasts six bedrooms, dressing rooms, underfloor heating and stunning manicured gardens.

Molly-Mae recently said her bedroom, the master bathroom and dressing room all would be remodelled, while they also plan to have a new gym built too.

Giving a tour of the house on Youtube recently, the 22-year-old creative director of PrettyLittleThing said they were both staying in one of the loft bedrooms while the renovation work is carried out.

Molly-Mae gives fans an insight into her home
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The couple are currently planning renovations
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The bedroom features a modern, bright en suite with blue tiles, which Molly-Mae said would remain largely unchanged while the bedroom itself would be turned into a guest room.

She then showed off the house's master bathroom and its current concrete design, which she describes as "cold" and "not very inviting" in the video tour.

The reality star said the bathroom would soon be changed to give it a warmer tone and added their plans would involve one of the walls being knocked through.

Next on the tour was the master bedroom, which continued the previous owner's "green theme" which is seen throughout the home.

The home is complete with a marble staircase
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The cocktail bar will please family and friends
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Molly-Mae told her followers that there'll soon be a more "calming" colour, a thick cream carpet and a miniature fireplace to give the room a "hotel suite vibe".

The couple have also previously confirmed that the property will have a fully-functioning home gym in the near-future, which is being put in downstairs.

To show off the progress at "Molly Maison", Molly-Mae made a new Instagram account to give an inside look into how she is styling her new home.

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Molly-Mae splurged £10k on a mirror
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So far, she has shown her new £10,000 mirror, a £1,280 Hermes blanket and £80 Dior candles, as well as a diffuser and a tray her mum bought her from high street store HomeSense.

The last post on the Molly Maison account showed the original look of the couple's living room, which featured a huge L-shaped sofa, a glass coffee table and a striking décor, with green curtains, green wallpaper and green cushions.

Molly-Mae wrote: "This was the original décor of our formal living room. It’s now a completely blank canvas… ready for us to make it our own!

"Green is my fav colour so I’m going to still incorporate it in the new room… but now you’ll see what I mean when I keep saying in my vlogs ‘there’s a lot of green in this house'."

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