We love seeing into the living rooms of our favourite Gogglebox stars each week on a Friday night, but what about other spaces of their glorious homes?
We've managed to peek into various unseen spaces of the properties belonging to the Malone family, the Siddiquis and more. Now, we check out the incredible kitchens we never seen on screen…
Sid Siddiqui's kitchen
Brothers Umar, Baasit and occasionally Raza appear alongside their father Sid at his home in Derby, and while you may be used to seeing the sofa and traditional lounge, this rare photo allows us to see inside the family kitchen too!
The space has white and blue tiles on the wall, black and white tiles on the floor and white cabinets. There is also a large pot plant on the floor and a key rack hanging on the side of the cupboard.
Stephen Webb and Daniel Lustig's kitchen
Lovebirds Stephen Webb and Daniel Lustig moved to a new home in Brighton back in 2021 along with their three pet dogs – Babs, Princess and Betsey. On Valentine's Day Stephen showed off their jaw-dropping kitchen with stained wood floors, modern furnishings and quirky décor. We love the neon sign that reads: "I wanna dance with somebody."
Dave and Shirley Griffiths' kitchen
Dave and Shirley, who have been married for over 45 years, live in Caerphilly, Wales and they share their cosy abode with their pet dogs Rupert and Bleu.
One lesser-seen part of the couple's home is their pastel kitchen-diner – which has large skylights to flood the space with sunlight. The space has multicoloured tiles as a splashback and white cupboards give it a modern feel.
Izzy Warner's kitchen
Ellie and Izzi Warner film at Ellie's 1930s semi-detached house in Leeds, so it's not often that we get to see Izzi's family home with her partner Grant and kids, but in a photo shared to her Instagram feed, she did reveal her stunning kitchen.
Izzi has gone for an ultra-modern cooking space with high-gloss cabinets in white and grey, light grey flooring and chic white blinds. Her kitchen is kept in pristine condition, with hardly anything on display – just a stylish Smeg toaster. We love!
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