Scarlett Moffatt proudly shared a glimpse of her new home makeover after she and her boyfriend finally moved in.
The Gogglebox star, 30, took to her Instagram Story to show the results of her home renovation – and it’s seriously impressive.
She first showed off her bathroom, which was completed with a gorgeous rounded bathtub, simple tiling and minimal decorations to add a little touch of cosiness.
“Before & after, now one of my fave rooms,” she captioned the story. “I get obsessed with accessorising it completely changes a room. This all @dunelmuk incase you want inspo (or to copy).”
Scarlett then gave everyone a closer look at the bathtub, which had a bath tray holding candles and her Olaplex hair products.
Scarlett showed fans her bathroom first
Scott was relaxing on their new couch
“Always panic about reflections in the taps,” she wrote along with a laughing emoji. “@dunelmuk for accessories and my bath board is a local business @bathboards.”
The I’m A Celebrity star moved on to the living room and shared a photo of what it looked like before the makeover.
In the next picture, her boyfriend Scott Dobinson was seen looking “smug” while relaxing on the yellow-green sofas with a reflective coffee table placed in front.
Their living room before the makeover
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She captioned the post: “@scottdobby looks super smug as he fitted all our curtains & blinds himself today. @blinds2go if ever need a handy man.”
They also had a stone wall fitted with a flat-screen TV and a fireplace sitting underneath.
Scarlett Moffatt has been updating fans on the change
The Love Bites star recently explained that she renovated her downstairs toilet with the coronavirus in mind.
Posting a picture of it last month, she wrote: "Downstairs toilet complete. Now when life goes back to normal we love having family and friends round the house so this toilet is Covid friendly.
"The flush and taps are on sensors so people don’t need to touch anything in the bathroom…the things we have to think about now."