Interiors enthusiast Stephanie posts images of her gorgeous home to 80k followers on her account @thecheshiregreyhome.
Mum Stephanie shares the details of her renovation online, including her stunning living room.
She has turned an empty shell of a home with dated features into a light and warm family space.
Her “crazy” DIY kitchen renovation has been dubbed “honestly one of the most gorgeous kitchens.”
The couple also changed the entire living room, pulling up the old carpet and removing the red brick fireplace, replacing it with white plaster.
They tiled the fireplace with white and grey tiles for a minimalist look, before adding a large wooden beam above the alcove.
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The couple fitted column radiators from Best Heating.
In the middle of the room sits a white wood and glass coffee table from Maisons Dumonde, decorated with plants, baskets, and vases.
Stephanie’s grey sofas are from Next, and her cushions were made by her mum.
Fans were quick to praise the transformation. One wrote: “Wow, love it looks gorgeous, we have lots of grey, silver, and glass in ours.”
“Gorgeous room and transformation,” another said.
Rosie Stanton, who lives with her gorgeous dog Basil and her husband, has transformed the once-dated property.
The couple opted for Squid Ink from the Paint and Paper Library.
It’s described by the brand as: “A charcoal blue, the colour of fountain pen ink. Elegant on front doors, shutters, or in the library.”
Rosie said: “We wanted to be daring with the colour as we had moved from a flat that was painted in a light grey throughout, so we wanted to be more adventurous this time around.”