Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan reveal their stunning Christmas transformation in a £3.5million mansion
Mark Wright and his wife Michelle Keegan have unveiled the stunning Christmas decorations at their stunning £3.5million Essex mansion.
The TV personality, 36, took to her home Instagram account to reveal the extravagant decorations which included hundreds of outdoor lights.
Their Georgian-style windows are framed with fairy lights, as well as roof gutters and a flower arch around the entrance.
The sweeping aisle was decorated with illuminated reindeer and Christmas trees, while a sparkling wreath was the centerpiece of the display.
The open door revealed that Mark and Michelle, 36, have also put up their Christmas tree, suggesting the interior decorations will be revealed soon.
The caption on the post revealed that a company came to put on the show over the weekend while the couple were away to “create Christmas magic.”
The couple had similarly extravagant celebrations last year, sharing a snow-covered snapshot on their social media account in December 2022.
They moved into their new home in September 2022 and have been sharing every step of the way with their followers.
In 2020, Mark and Michelle bought a Tudor-style house and demolished it before rebuilding the spacious house that stands today.
Construction and renovations took about two years, and over the past two months the finishing touches have been added.
And last month, they revealed one of the “toughest” decor decisions they’ve had to make yet.
After posting an update on their home interiors account, the couple revealed they were facing a dilemma over what shade of cream to paint the main rooms in their home.
The couple have left fans upset over the difficult decision, with many pleading with the couple to “add some color to your lives”.
The post included a series of photos of the chic and minimalist living space, with the caption explaining their decision to stay neutral.
“Who agrees, one of the most difficult things to choose when designing a home is the colors of the walls. It seems very simple, read the lengthy comment.
“Once you get the color home or order it online and it arrives, it can look completely different.”
We wanted a warm white/cream color and were lucky enough that the first try was perfect. We used this color in the lounge and dining room as well as two bedrooms and we couldn’t be happier. It’s called: Calla G503 from @tikkurila_uk.
Fans flooded the comments section with criticism of the finished room, with one asking: “The whole house is this colour, right?” I like to go up to them and spray some color.
“So beige, get some color in your life,” another agreed, while another noted: “I wish all I had to worry about was what color to paint my walls.”
Despite this, others praised the couples’ stylish design decisions with one fan commenting: “I think this is pure class, it’s stunning!”
During the renovation years, the couple frequently shared their journey, from the original architectural designs to choosing the right marble for their kitchen countertops, on their Instagram account @wrightyhome — which has amassed 570,000 followers.
Michelle and Mark finally moved into their home in August after years of building work – and they made sure they arrived in style with a lavish housewarming party.
They have completed work on their home, a stunning £3.5 million rebuild located in Wright’s beloved home estate, nearly four years after embarking on the ambitious project.
The couple bought the land for £1.3 million in 2019.
They have since focused on interior and exterior decoration, including landscaping of its spacious grounds and a variety of decorative touches for its many rooms.
Sharing shots of the open-plan seating area adjacent to the entrance hall, the former TOWIE cast member said they were in disagreement over whether to close it or not.
“We have a big decision to make about this house,” he said. “Do we have doors here or not?” I think it looks better when you get in and see all the way, but Michelle’s point is that when you’re on the couch, you’ll feel more comfortable if you close in on yourself a little bit.
Mark eventually admitted that his wife had managed to get her own way by sharing snapshots of the glass-paneled double doors closing off what was once an open hallway.
The TV personality admitted she had already been wooed, telling her followers: “I wouldn’t mind it!” I think the lady, as always, was right about that. That literally changed the game.
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