After shelling out millions on a new home in the upmarket London suburb of Hampstead last year, Jamie Oliver has created a home to be proud of.
His wife, and mother of five, Jools, has shared a glimpse into how the family live in their new home and we are impressed!
The Olivers bought the historic seven-bedroom home for $12 million and then gave it a complete overhaul from its former 70s-style interior.
The couple's five children including 15-year-old Poppy Honey Rose, 14-year-old Daisy Boo Pamela, 8-year-old Petal Blossom Rainbow, 7-year-old Buddy Bear Maurice and 1-year-old River Rocket have also added their special touches to the home.
The former model shared the photos of their updated home on her Instagram and it was no surprise that the renowned chef had a kitchen that any of us would love to cook in!
Spanning 5,700 feet over four floors, the property has plenty of antique touches, including classic floorboards and thick moldings.
The Olivers clearly have great style, and are able to mix their chic decor with modern touches.
The master bedroom has an enormous Louis XV bed that is complete with a gilt trim.
The house is even complete with a piano, which Buddy likes to make use of.
The living room is also full of personal touches from the family.
In one of the many bathrooms, we catch a glimpse of the room decorated in shades of green, with a free-standing tub and his-and-hers bathroom sinks. There are three full and two half bathrooms on the property.
The updates to the home include a play room, family room, wine cellar, as well as storage areas.
Jools had previously shared that River's nursery, with the traditional wooden toys and quirky pictures, was her favorite place in the house.
Clearly the Olivers chose a more traditional look for their children's bedrooms.
But not without a few fun details, including a tree house bed for Buddy.
The rustic-style kitchen features a huge central island loaded with storage.
Implements such as pots and pans hang from the walls with easy reach for the chef. They even have a traditional stone oven for making bread and pizza.
The family also has the choice of sitting down to eat at the large dining table in the paneled living area or to relax on the bright pink sofa.
What a beautiful combination between classic and modern!
Source: Daily Mail