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She has moved into a £1.2million gorgeous home alongside her fiancé Joe Swash, their son Rex, and her two boys Zachary and Leighton.
And Stacey Solomon, 31, has transformed her conservatory in her first renovation project of the sprawling Tudor-style property.
The Loose Women star took to her Instagram to share a before and after of the flooring in the room which looks out onto the beautiful 2.5acres of garden.
Taking a closer peek at the space, we can see the leaded windows featuring stained-glass roses that look out onto manicured flower beds.
There is also a ledge around the outer edge of the room, which Stacey plans to convert into seating, along with a shallow ceiling that the DIY-enthusiast plans to rip off herself.
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Stacey filmed one year old Rex peeking through the hallway window that looked out onto the conservatory where the workman was busy laying the slats.
“The man has come to do the flooring the conservatory so we are just watching him from the hallway. He will be finished soon so I will be able to show you,” she said.
The mum-of-three revealed how the floor base went down yesterday as she filmed the workman pouring concrete over the orange tiles.
And the Tap to Tidy author said she found the process of laying the floor “so therapeutic” that she wanted to have a go herself.
Stacey concentrated as she lay the slats in a herringbone style and revealed she even got “carried away” but “hopefully didn’t ruin” the neat pattern.
And in true Stacey style, she showed the conservatory with dark orange tiles before doing a ‘tap to tidy’ to reveal the beautiful flooring that brightened up the space.
The author revealed that although the floor is “not real wood” it is “more durable” for her children and is also “cheaper”.
Giving a tour of the room, she said: “I just really love it and when you get up close it’s got all kind of colours and textures in it which I really like. It is very oaky and brown and cream.
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“Now all I have got to do is rip this off [the ceiling] I might even try and do that now. I am going to put some seating around the edge but very sort-of thin with some storage.
“And then I am going to get some windows that have got wood instead of the black metal so they look a bit like French. Oh my god I love it.”
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