Rylan Clark-Neal leads quite the showbiz lifestyle and there’s no surprise that his taste for the glitz and glam has filtered into his home.
The interior decor fan, 30, has given his fans a glimpse into his immaculate five-bedroom Essex pad that he shares with husband Dan Neal, 39, and Dan’s son Cameron from an earlier relationship.
Injecting some flamboyance into his household Rylan’s walls are covered in blue glittery wallpaper, crushed velvet furniture and pristine white counters.
As tribute to his time on Big Brother , the TV presenter even had a diary room with the original chair from the 2013 series he won, fitted into his marital home.
Speaking to the Mirror last year he gushed: "The house is unbelievable. I’ve put in a Big Brother diary room, next to the downstairs loo.
"You just press the Big Brother Eye button and the door opens. I’m just going to sit in there and talk to myself."
He proudly showed off the efforts of a deep clean on Instagram earlier this month, boasting that he’d spent hours polishing and buffing his kitchen island.
There’s crushed blue velvet wall-to-wall sofas perfectly match the sparkling blue wallpaper in his living room, which has a plasma TV screen for cinema-style screenings.
Glitter wallpaper features throughout the house, as Rylan revealed when he posted a snap of his dining room while writing his book.
The colour theme is burgundy, with matching velvet chairs and wallpaper, along with multiple place settings for their large dining table coordinating with the bold choice.
It’s not only the inside that the TV host likes to keep neat and tidy, Rylan confessed that he had his sprawling lawn landscaped by the same people that did the Big Brother house.
However he confessed that he wasted £14,000 on a new hedge that was part of an extravagant wall feature but failed to water it and it died.
Rylan, who bought his mum a house close by, has also put his talents for interior decor into a new home fragrance line called Luxenoa with QVC that he recently launched.
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