Stacey Solomon shows off her £17,000 oven as she transforms it with new brass handles

Stacey Solomon shows off her £17,000 oven as she transforms it with new brass handles


STACEY Solomon spruced up her £17,430 posh Aga by giving it a brass trim.

The fancy cooker, nicknamed Audrey, features three cast-iron ovens and a myriad of controls.

Explaining why the appliance is so important to her, Stacey wrote on Instagram: "When we moved here the Aga was the heart of the home so we really wanted to keep it in the heart of the pickle cottage and make it fit in perfectly.

However, Audrey needed a glow up as all the fixtures in the kitchen were brushed brass.

Stacey said the job was complex but was impressed with the result.

The mum-of-four has transformed her bathroom, done up son Rex's bathroom and created a cool games room for her fiancé Joe Swash.

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Two weeks ago Stacey revealed the progress in the kitchen.

She told her 5.1m followers: "We have one corner of a kitchen and I've never been so excited."

The cooking space boasts all-white units, a shiny new silver tap and a plate rack.

Stacey said: "Finally getting somewhere.

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"It's just the shell atm I'm so excited to show you the cupboard insides, worktops, handles and inserts when they come home."

Stacey explained that the tap is just a dummy as she thinks that she wants gold ones, handles and plug sockets instead.

It comes after she transformed old Chanel perfume bottles into a stylish shower gel holder AND a diffuser.

She said: “Currently sitting in the shower with my book because I've saved my old perfume bottles to make a shower gel holder and read diffuser.”

Stacey explained how to simply transform them and continued: “Sprayer off, remove tube.

“Do not squeeze hard just gently peel the metal off around the glass rim.

“Use gloves if you’ve never done it before.

“Then fill with whatever you want, I used my favourite shower gel and diffuser oil. 

“I know it’s probably silly to some but these bottles are too pretty to throw away and I think they look so nice in here and a bit posh. 

“Old perfume bottle getting a new purpose.

“Done and I love them.” 

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