Amanda Holden owns two homes in Surrey and the Cotswolds, and while she often gives fans a look inside the communal areas of her home, her bedrooms have largely been kept under wraps. The Britain's Got Talent judge has only ever shared a glimpse inside each space, but it's safe to say they're every bit as glamorous as you'd expect.
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She previously posted a photo of the spare room at her property in Surrey, revealing a feminine pink colour scheme.
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Amanda Holden's spare bedroom in Surrey
Amanda has decorated with patterned Barne by Gates wallpaper, and added minimalist tables with glass tops at either side of the bed. The bed itself has a vintage white armoire frame, and is dressed with white linen, a pink velvet throw and pink cushions. Amanda has a Graham and Green pineapple lamp on one bedside table, which she also has with a black and cream shade in her hallway downstairs.
Amanda Holden's bedroom in the Cotswolds
At her home in the Cotswolds, Amanda showed off what we assume to be the master bedroom, given its incredible design. It features exposed brick walls with a vaulted ceiling and wooden awning, while the bed has a metallic brass Dickens frame from And So To Bed, which retails from £9165. The bed is dressed with a velvet lilac throw and lilac and silver cushions. Amanda uses black trunk suitcases from her Bundleberry for QVC collection as bedside tables at either side, which hold two white lamps.
Amanda lives with her husband Chris Hughes and their two daughters Hollie and Alexa, and the family opted to stay at their home in Surrey amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, it is likely that Amanda has hopes to visit her property in the Cotswolds, since the UK lockdown slowly starts to lift and she can do so safely.
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