How to recreate Stacey Solomon’s nursery style with Homebase

Thousands of online searches are made every month by people trying to take inspiration from the Loose Women star’s home decor.

DIY giant Homebase crunched the numbers to discover which celebrity has the most desirable home, based on research into over 300 celebrities.

The figures reveal the online demand in the UK for images of celebrity homes, and The X Factor star Stacey’s style is most in demand, with people searching for inspiration from her a staggering 4,580 times per month.

The most searched-for room in Stacey’s home is her gorgeous nursery for her baby girl. Thankfully, with the help of Homebase, you can recreate the look of Stacey’s iconic nursery.

How to recreate the interior design of Stacey Solomon’s nursery

Starting with the walls – you can get that light pink tone with some angel pink paint (£21). Forget the hassle of sticking all those flowers to the wall, and instead, opt for a feature wall with Laura Ashley’s oriental garden wallpaper (£44).

Homebase’s pearl frosted wall lights (£25) are a great substitute for Stacey’s light fixtures, with the same gold metalwork to accentuate the pink.

Also on offer is a vintage mantel mirror (£40) which is very similar to Stacey’s with white trim for that vintage neoclassical look.

For the armchair, the blush pink Sophia scallop occasional chair (£130) would be perfect for nighttime feeds and snuggling up with a newborn. A print cushion (£16) would look great on the armchair, too.

Finally, Stacey’s gorgeous side table can be recreated with the similar white Solna terrazzo side table (£60) from Homebase, topped with a glass vase (£6) which will look great paired with fresh flowers.

If you’re looking for interior design inspiration based on other famous Essex homes, the DIY retailer has also shared how to recreate the style of The Only Way is Essex star Mark Wright and his wife Michelle Keegan.

Who is Stacey Solomon?

The 33-year-old singer and TV presenter, originally from Dagenham, rose to fame after finishing in third place on the sixth series of The X Factor in 2009.

She went on to win the tenth series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and is a regular panellist on ITV’s Loose Women.

Transforming her £1.2 million Tudor-style Essex home Pickle Cottage room by room, Solomon’s crafty videos have amassed millions of views.

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