Rylan Clark-Neal opened the doors to his Essex home earlier this year for Celebrity Gogglebox, and so we got a sneak peek into his amazing home! Ahead of the BBC Radio 2 presenter's new show Buy It Now for Christmas, let's take a look at his gorgeous living room, shall we?
Rylan shared a snap of his gorgeous, huge open plan living room and kitchen while filming for the show, which is every bit as glamorous as you would expect. A silver-grey velvet three-seat sofa is positioned towards the television and topped with grey and purple cushions. Meanwhile, a mirrored coffee table has been adorned with candles from Rylan’s Luxenoa collection, which is available at QVC.
Rylan Clark-Neal filmed Celebrity Gogglebox in his home
Behind the sofa the 30-year-old has his very own flower wall, while more cream blooms take pride of place on display in the kitchen. The former X Factor contestant has previously given a glimpse at his stunning kitchen in other social media posts, after sharing his pride at spending an entire morning cleaning.
Rylan previously revealed his kitchen is from Wren Kitchens, featuring modern dark Italian concrete cabinets with an integrated oven, and an American-style fridge/freezer surrounded by glass-fronted wine fridges. A coffee machine is also visible in the background, while the white Milano Countour island unit offers extra food preparation and cooking space. Just like his living room, Rylan’s kitchen is perfectly-styled, with chrome pendant lights hanging over the breakfast bar, which holds a glass jar filled with sweets and a cake stand.
Rylan previously shared a look inside his kitchen
The TV personality and his husband live in a five-bedroom house in Essex, which even features the Celebrity Big Brother chair from when he won the series in 2013, in his very own Diary Room. He previously shared a look inside the property on Through the Keyhole, and has said of the home: "My best move was definitely buying my house just around the corner from my mum. It was a bungalow with a loft that we've converted into a five-bed Essex palais."
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