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Love Island stars Olivia and Alex Bowen got the keys to their sprawling £1 million home in Essex at the start of last year.
However, the couple were not content with how it looked, and elected to make it completely their own.
So much so that the loved-up pair instantly set about renovating the palatial home, making drastic and enviable improvements.
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And now they have shared how their stunning ensuite bathroom will look, posting on their Instagram page a snap of their progress so far.
The stars shared an image of their ensuite, which is currently being built.
So far we can see that there is a partition wall and door leading to the spacious bedroom.
The second snap shared is an artist’s rendition of how it will look, complete with a frosted glass sliding door and day bed, as well as a large wooden coffee table covered in chic trinkets.
The walls are painted white, and there is a fabulous piece of artwork and a geometrically patterned carpet adding vibrancy to the space.
Captioning the snaps, Olivia wrote: "En-suite update It’s really starting to get there guys! Yay!
Alex and Olivia Bowen
"So the stud wall is up which makes the whole room just take so much more shape, you can really imagine the layout now!
"Not to mention the plastering & the new doorway leading into our to be his & hers dressing room if you swipe across this is the sliding sand blasted glass door we’ve gone for which will sit on the dressing room side, I love it, it’s a bit different & will give some privacy if either of us are getting ready… the tiling starts next week I am SO excited.”
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Their home is particularly special to Olivia as she has had her eye on it since she was a child.
She previously told OK!: "This house has been here for 17 years. When I was younger, my mum used to drive me past it and we’d say, 'Imagine living in that house'.
"She came with us to the viewing, and we were all a bit gobsmacked.
"I remember walking into the bedroom and crying. When I cry I know that it means something. It felt like fate. We fell in love with it, and six months later we were in the house."
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