Stacey Solomon has given fans a glimpse at the new homeware pieces she has picked up for her house after the shops finally opened back up.
The Loose Women star, 31, revealed that she had taken a trip to Ikea this week to get some new pieces for her new home, dubbed Pickle Cottage.
She wrote: ‘The other day I picked up some bits from my favourite place. It’s been a while. I missed these flags!’
‘So I mainly went for a day out, if I’m honest, but I picked up a few bits. I got some flannels and a towel for the blue loo and I got these baskets for Rex’s room – I use these everywhere I love these baskets.’
Revealing a giant vase, she explained: ‘[I got] his vase that I don’t have any flowers big enough to fill but I just really liked it,’ adding that: ‘it’ll go nice in the conservatory.’
Among her haul, Stacey also showed off some tealights and some cork-lidded jars as well as a fejka plant which she says she ‘definitely didn’t need’.
Stacey picked up a giant vase, baskets and candles among her haul (Picture:@staceysolomon/Instagram)
Stacey also got some giraffe ornaments for Rex’s room (Picture: Instagram)
Stacey has been a huge fan of the faux greenery – sometimes to the chagrin of fiancé Joe Swash – and even created a ‘fejka wall’ in their previous property, which Joe joked looked like ‘mould’ growing on the wall.
As well as her stash of Ikea goodies, Stacey also revealed that she had ordered some zebra ornaments from Dunelm to go in Rex’s room and some wall stickers from Amazon to complete the transformation.
‘I ordered a couple of these for Rex’s room,’ she revealed. ‘How cute are these little zebras – I nearly called them giraffes then – but they go on the wall like that and I just thought they were so cute.’
Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash recently moved into their dream home (Picture: Instagram)
Stacey and Joe moved into their dream £1.2million home in March along with their son Rex, one, and Stacey’s older children Zachary, 13, and Leighton, eight.
She said at the time: ‘‘Home Sweet Home. And so a new chapter begins. We can not even describe how strange it feels that this is home.
‘Never in a million years did we ever think this would be. We feel so lucky and are so grateful to have found this hidden treasure closer to our family and further out.
‘We can’t wait to fill it with love and give it our everything. To raise our family here. And to just start a fresh.
‘I’m very emotional for some reason. It still hasn’t sunk in and doesn’t quite feel real.’
She concluded: ‘Here’s to the next chapter in pickle cottage .’
Credit: Original article published here.