Stacey Solomon transforms laundry cupboard at new Essex mansion and it’s so organised

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Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon recently moved into a stunning new home.

The Tudor style property is vast, and comes complete with 2.6 acres of garden and a matching Wendy house.

And while Stacey, her fiance Joe Swash, her three sons seem delighted by the move, renovating a home can be a stressful activity and can take time.

Stacey revamped her laundry cupboard
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Therefore, by the former X Factor contestant’s own admission, she is focussing on what she can complete in the short term while waiting for the larger projects to get going.

She said: ”While the big things take time I have to focus on the little things…”

And this meant that on Sunday Stacey set to work redecorating her laundry cupboard.

This is what it looked like before
(Image: Instagram/Stacey Solomon)

Stacey painted it white inside
(Image: Instagram/Stacey Solomon)

She then folded the towels
(Image: Instagram/Stacey Solomon)

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First she ripped out all the “random wallpaper” inside the cupboard, and began cleaning out the space.

Next, using a wide brush, she painted the wooden shelves and then set about folding white fluffy towels as smart as you oddly find in a hotel.

Stacey then organised her bath products, towels and toiletries on to the shelves, and even had a vase filled with pampas grass inside the cupboard… now THAT is attention to detail.

She is so organised
(Image: Instagram/Stacey Solomon)

Doesn’t it look amazing?!
(Image: Instagram/Stacey Solomon)

Using her famed Tap To Tidy method, where she showcases before and after shots, she wrote: “I thought if I painted it and put loose bits and pieces in baskets it would brighten it up and make it feel more organised.

“Woven square baskets are from Dunelm. Round baskets are from Primark. I love them for home bits and can’t wait for them to open on Monday.

“It’s 100% brighter just a bit of paint inside a cupboard can really change the feel… This just makes my day. All I need now is some labels”.





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