While most us may have been pretty bored over the lockdowns, it does not appear that Love Island stars Olivia and Alex Bowen have had the time to be.
The married couple, moved into an impression £1 million Essex home at the star of last year, and instantly set about renovating it, making drastic and enviable improvements.
And their hard work has most definitely paid off as they recently shared the piece de resistance of the home; their master bedroom.
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Sharing a series of snaps on their The Bowen Home account, of what the space will look like, we are absolutely blown away by how gorgeous it looks.
In the snaps we can see that the space has gorgeous high ceilings and the walls are painted a beige colour.
There are light wooden floors, and plenty of shelf space with trinkets and flowers on top.
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The space is flooded with natural light and there is a balcony with cream curtains which looks out over the properties large garden.
Captioning the post, Olivia wrote: “MASTER BEDROOM…
“The gorgeous designs for our master bedroom are here all created by @rowenhomes.
“This is 100% the dreamy, soft & calm atmosphere I was looking for. I just absolutely love the detail & the ornaments & the COLOUR which is farrow & ball ‘jitney’.
“It has been a pleasure working with Rowen Homes, they have had so much attention to detail & have listened to every idea & query I’ve had. THE BEST BIT – you are going to be able to shop the collection very soon!”
We cannot wait to see the room when this idea is fully realised.
Their home is particularly special to Olivia as she has had her eye on it since she was a child.
She previously told OK! : “This house has been here for 17 years. When I was younger, my mum used to drive me past it and we’d say, ‘Imagine living in that house’.
“She came with us to the viewing, and we were all a bit gobsmacked.
“I remember walking into the bedroom and crying. When I cry I know that it means something. It felt like fate.
“We fell in love with it, and six months later we were in the house.”
Alex then added: “I really didn’t want to move, then when Liv and I went to see the house I said, “Okay, let’s do it.” It was the same feeling I had when we went to see our wedding venue for the first time.”