Stacey Solomon unveils staircase transformation as Pickle Cottage renovations continue

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Stacey Solomon is constant to work on reworking her new mansion, and over the weekend it was time to work on her staircase.

The Free Ladies panellist, 31, took to her Instagram tales on Sunday afternoon to point out how she’d had the purple carpet eliminated and painted the steps a lighter color.

She moved into her new house, which known as Pickle Cottage, earlier this 12 months along with her companion Joe Swash and their one-year-old son Rex, in addition to her older youngsters Zachary, 13, and Leighton, 9.

She mentioned she did not like how the darkish stairs and the carpet made the realm look “closed in” and revealed she is planning to color them once more and add some new carpet.

Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash continued reworking the brand new mansion over the weekend

In her first photograph, Stacey confirmed how the steps had appeared earlier than she gave them a makeover.

She captioned the snap: “I am unable to wait to do a correct completed faucet to tidy however for now…”

Stacey then added her trademark ‘Faucet to tidy’ sticker which she makes use of to share earlier than and after snaps of her DIY initiatives and cleansing sprees.

The mum-of-three then confirmed off the transformation within the subsequent snap, however she admitted the steps nonetheless want some work.

The stairs before the work
The steps earlier than the work

The bannister was in a lightweight brown color and the carpet had fully gone within the second image.

Stacey revealed that she is planning to stain and deal with the wooden and add in a runner carpet in a lightweight color.

She wrote: “I really like these stairs and all the element on them a lot however the darkish wooden and purple carpet made them really feel so closed in…

The stairs after the work was complete
The steps after the work was full

Joe was less than impressed by the mess
Joe was lower than impressed by the mess

“I am unable to wait to shine them up, deal with them, and stain and perhaps add a lightweight runner and chrome rods too.”

Stacey revealed that she had used a sandblaster to get the darkish picket beams again to their authentic color.

She additionally stripped the flooring of their color.

However she admitted that utilizing the sandblaster had left the downstairs in a little bit of a wreck, with sand throughout the underside of the newly revamped stairs.

Her downstairs bathroom got covered in sand
Her downstairs lavatory bought coated in sand

Her beloved blue lavatory, which she just lately remodeled with some contemporary tiles and a coat of turquoise paint, additionally had sand on the ground and within the sink in one other submit.

“The one drawback with sandblasting – is the sand,” Stacey captioned the submit, including laughing and the monkey hiding his face emojis.

“My poor blue bathroom bought the brunt of it…”

She also sandblasted some of the floors
She additionally sandblasted among the flooring

Within the subsequent submit she defined that she had stored the remainder of the home protected against all of the sand, however wanted to maintain the downstairs bathroom open for everybody to make use of.

She added: “We boarded and sealed all of the rooms however this one wanted entry for folks to go bathroom so right here we’re.”

Joe was lower than impressed by the all of the mess, telling her: “It is like residing on a seaside!”

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