CHARLOTTE Crosby has given fans a look inside her stunning renovated Sunderland mansion with her very own bar for her party girl antics.
The Geordie Shore star, 30, has been keeping her fans up to date with the progress as her pad undergoes a major makeover.
Sharing all on her Instagram account The Crosby Manor, Charlotte has shown her 232k followers a series of stunning before-and-after photos of the house.
After starting the work all the way back in September 2020, the house has totally transformed into a white chic haven filled with stunning bits from her homeware brand Naked Lane.
Her bedroom follows a simple yet stylish vibe with a huge circular bed as the focal point and a projector above it so that she and boyfriend Liam Beaumont can cosy up next to each other and watch films.
She also has a cream fur rug placed next to the bed, a huge vase with some dried pampas grass and another house plant to give the space a homely feel.
Charlotte has already created a "little snug" in her personal space, so that Liam can sit patiently and wait for her whilst she gets ready.
Moving downstairs the Geordie lass has her very own bar to entertain guests when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
It has a neon light that says "Let's get weird" placed above the bar and all her favourite alcoholic beverages lined up on the work top.
The bar also has three all-black leather high chairs to sit on and surrounded by some more house plants.
Her impressive hand crafted dining table seats eight people and situated right next to the kitchen and lounge.
There is a huge area for entertaining, which the Celebrity Big Brother star has decked out with leather booth-style seating, wooden flooring and double-glazed bay windows.
Just around the corner in the open plan home, Charlotte has created an interesting panelled rounded wall.
During the festive period, the reality star's huge Christmas tree sits in front of this, with elaborate white and gold decorations and ornaments to set the scene.
In October 2020, Charlotte was seen taking a delivery for glass doors and now it’s possible to see exactly how they look.
Set to flood the tiled flooring with light during the day and in the summertime, there are lots of little touches with intricate skirting boards and glamorous uplighting.
Charlotte also revealed she’d had put in a “sky light of dreams” that had been added to the entrance of the house.
Speaking of the entrance, the star couldn’t wait to share the before-and-after shots of her stunning sweeping spiral staircase.
The walls of the huge entrance way has been transformed with abstract swirls in white and biscuit on the pale grey walls.
Adding a touch of elegance to the area, Charlotte has also added large hanging bulbs to light the way up the stairs.
The brunette beauty’s quirky style is everywhere to see – just look at her female-shaped vases containing pampas grass.
To make entering the manor even more impressive, Charlotte has added huge, dark manor doors giving the entrance an impressive start.
Posting the before and after shots to Instagram, she wrote: “Hello my beautiful grand temptresses oh how I love you. How amazing do my doors look? I cannot stop staring at them.”
Her home has been a hive of activity during the renovations, which were put on hold during the initial coronavirus lockdown.
Charlotte has been avidly documenting the kitchen being fitted and scaffolding set up in the entrance area as an artist painted stencils on the curved walls.
The reality star's beau Liam has also been on site throughout the whole process, and the couple shared laughs in the large bathroom, which has a stunning free-standing bath as a focus point.
Charlotte only had the house built five years ago, but decided it was time for an update earlier this year.
She previously revealed her spare bedroom was the first room to be completed.
"The greens make it feel so earthly and hugely calm," she told followers. "It’s actually such a calming room.
"It has a small little balcony so we are gonna get some nice little furniture for out there and make the most of it. This was always my not-so-little brother's room when he would come and stay over."
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