Amanda Holden shares glimpse inside her beautiful country house with a bar, music room and pool

Amanda Holden has given us a peek inside her gorgeous house in Surrey which she is currently living in during lockdown.

The 47 year old and her family have a beautifully-decorated country manor, thanks to the TV star’s passion for interior design, with the property surrounded by greenery and plenty of open space.

The Britain's Got Talent judge lives with her husband Chris Hughes and their daughters, Hollie and Alexa, along with a fully-stocked bar, a spacious living room, lavish kitchen and a swimming pool.

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The TV personality has shown off her design skills opting for a retro theme throughout her home, making use of stylish patterns and an array of colours.

Although the theme is relatively old-fashioned, it proves to be bang on-trend with modest furnishings of luxury styles.

She's opted to stick with predominately yellow and blue hues throughout their home with diamond shapes and triangular patterns to break up the huge blocks of colour using throws, wallpaper and rugs.

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It seems Amanda is partial to a pineapple ornament, which are dotted throughout the home, including a very chic pineapple lamp and wallpaper.

The family have a large, L-shaped blue sofa in their sitting room, positioned in front of a wall with garish, 3D-patterned wallpaper.

Boasting a study that appears to double up as a music room thanks to a beautiful grand piano, they also have an incredible bar that Chris added to their home.

Their study is beautifully decorated, with a mustard-colour arm chair and rustic bookshelves arranged on cream carpets.

In the open-plan kitchen they have low-hanging light bulbs with glass blue shades and a large cabinet to match.

Amanda has shared clips and pictures of herself in the space whipping up meals for her daughters on their large breakfast bar which sits in the middle of the room.

There's also a huge double American-style fridge that sits alongside the white glossy cabinets accented with silver trim.

In Amanda's living room which is painted a deep shade of blue, there's a piece of artwork by the Connor Brothers which is thought to cost around £30,000.

To contrast the blue the radio presenter opted for green jewelled sofas and glossy black shelves to display an impressive collection of books all organised in colour order.

Elsewhere in Amanda's home is her massive garden, which has a trampoline and a giant playhouse for the girls, it's also thought to feature a swimming pool.

There's also plenty of lawn space for her children and dogs to have the run of, which was seen in a recent Tik Tok video Amanda made completing a challenge.

The entire back of their house could be seen which shows vast floor to ceiling windows which lights up the property with the sun across the ground floor.

Recently Amanda stuck on a glamorous pink dress to take her wheelie bins out sharing another glimpse of the exterior of her home.

She oozed glamour as she strutted her stuff for the big night out down her driveway to take the bins out.

She shared the photo with her 1.4million Instagram fans and wrote in the caption: “Wheelie wanted to dress up tonight! #StayAtHome #BallgownBinsOut #GlamForYourBinman #ClapOurKeyWorkers #StillStayGlam @thisisheart #bin @richmond_council”.

The stunning blonde then shared a video of her strutting down her long driveway and, after getting floods of comments from her followers, Amanda revealed where she got the dress – and wheelie bin – from.

She posted another glamorous snap of herself on her Instagram story in the pink gown, which also has a thigh-split, while holding onto her black bin, she revealed her dress was from designer Jennifer Clair and the bin was courtesy of Richmond Council.

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