Take a peek inside Davina McCall’s colourful bedroom

avina McCall has given fans a rare look inside her gorgeous home – and her colourful bedroom! The Million Pound Drop presenter showcased her weekend beauty routine as she touched up her roots on Sunday, posing for a selfie which she shared on Instagram with the caption: “Just a normal Sunday night… I do this every three weeks. Really cannot spend hours at the hairdressers… so easy and quick to do at home… no one ever believes us!”

Not only did the post give an insight into Davina’s down-to-earth beauty routine, but also her house, showing a glimpse inside a bedroom with bright purple carpets and a lilac patterned wallpaper. Several built-in wardrobes line the walls, while another rail with chest of drawers can be seen next to the door behind her.

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Davina McCall shared a glimpse inside her bedroom/ dressing room

Davina lives in East Sussex with her children Holly, Tilly and Chester. The 51-year-old put her luxurious home on the market following her divorce from husband Matthew Robertson, listing the six-bedroom property for £6.25million – double what she and Matthew paid for it in 2009.

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The gorgeous house boasts its own swimming pool, tennis court and private access to the local train station, and is set in 38 acres of private parkland. There are also four outbuildings – The Barn, The Cottage, The Coach House and The Lodge – which provide an additional eight bedrooms.

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The room is colourful with lots of fitted wardrobes

Matthew and Davina were married for 17 years and are parents to three children. The couple shocked fans with the news of their split back in November 2017, with Davina’s rep confirming in a statement to HELLO!: “I am very sad to say that Matthew and I have separated. Our amazing children are our number one priority, above everything else so therefore we ask for as much space and respect from the media as possible while our family goes through this difficult time.”

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Silicon Valley’s favorite designer created a line of tiny homes that cost just $280,000. Take a look inside.

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  • Designer Yves Béhar has created a new line of prefabricated tiny homes that range from 250 to 1,200 square feet.
  • The designs are being touted as a possible solution to the affordable housing crisis in cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco.
  • The “backyard units” cost around $280,000, but Béhar plan to develop a similar, more affordable model.

Designer Yves Béhar has shepherded along countless products, from laptops and bluetooth headsets to juicers and soda machines. His San Francisco-based design firm, fuseproject, is known for items like SNOO, a robotic bassinet, and Jambox, a speaker that was once seen as America’s favorite.

Throughout his extensive career, Béhar has worked with companies like Prada and befriended celebrities like Kanye West. He’s co-founded a smart-lock company, August, and a co-working space called Canopy in San Francisco. He even has his own permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art.

When Béhar attaches himself to a project, it’s safe to assume that it represents the future of design in one form or another.

It comes as no surprise, then, that his latest venture is a line of prefabricated tiny homes that range from 250 to 1,200 square feet.

The idea was inspired by new laws in California that promote the development of accessory dwelling units (ADUs), or small, secondary units located on a residential property. The most recent legislation, which went into effect in January, reduces parking requirements and allows ADUs to be built in single-family zoning districts.

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