Katie Price has given another glimpse inside her renovated Mucky Mansion and has totally transformed her hallway and garden room.
The 43 year old, who created a gorgeous pink room for her 14 year old daughter Princess, set to work renovating her hallway and garden room at her sprawling 14-bedroom rural Sussex property during the latest episodes of her Channel 4 series.
During episode two of Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion, the former glamour model created a very pink entrance to her huge country home.
Katie, who is engaged to Carl Woods, added a huge pink heart sofa with a bespoke neon sign in pink and blue that reads: “Welcome to the Pricey Woods.”
In the centre of the room, the blonde added a baby pink cable drum and added tiered candlesticks to add a ‘romantic’ and ‘homely’ touch.
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Katie also added pink balloon dog statues on a layer of faux grass which each had their very own collar and bowl as a nod to her love of animals along with a full-length mirror for the perfect selfie.
The hallway, that was once and blank canvas with dark wood, looked stunning with the light wood and neon lights to create a bright and fun space.
Katie said: “It is very me — bright, all light, colourful, fun, energetic, I am just loving it. It is just completely, utterly different to how it was before. I couldn’t be more pleased.”
Meanwhile Katie enlisted the help of her mum Amy and sister Sophie to completely renovate her garden room which overlooks the grounds of the property.
Sophie and Amy were apprehensive about showing the makeover to Katie because it was not to her usual taste of bright pink and glitter.
However Katie was left in awe of the design as she said: “To be honest it is very different and it does suit the house so I am actually pleasantly surprised.”
The run down reception room was transformed with a palette of green, orange and rattan furniture along with plants to add a natural touch.
Katie was also surprised by the up-cycled bureau in her garden room after her mum Amy had owned the piece of furniture for 40 years.
Speaking to Katie, Amy said: “It is just a room for yourself. No TV. It is just a quiet room.”
Panning to the room, we can see gorgeous antique furniture including a gold lamp shade, portrait of a horse and an orange sofa to relax and look over the garden.
Amy said: “We want this to be a room where you can come and think, have some peace and have some time for yourself.”