Amanda Holden gives fans a peek into her striking home decor

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Amanda Holden shared a picture with fans from inside her stunning home. (Getty Images)
Amanda Holden shared a picture with fans from inside her stunning home. (Getty Images)

She has a stylish, rainbow-hued wardrobe – and a colourful home to match.

Amanda Holden has given fans a peek at what appeared to be the striking decor of her luxurious living room.

In a post on Instagram, the mother-of-two can be seen posing – in a sparkly one-shoulder dress and strappy, silver heels – in the space, which has navy walls and dark wood flooring.

She is leaning against a velvet, bottle-green sofa featuring printed scatter cushions, with a monochrome printed rug peeking out below.

Behind the Britain's Got Talent judge is a sideboard with a geometric gold design, above which sits a tongue-in-cheek piece of art and a pink neon 'DISCO' light.

The image also shows a record player, speakers and a guitar – possibly belonging to Holden's record producer husband Chris Hughes.

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Her post was popular with fans who left more than 18,000 'likes', with many commenting on the "stunning" and "beautiful" setting. 

Earlier this year, she also gave social media users a look at her new kitchen – featuring sleek navy cupboards, gold handles and a marble worktop - which she updated during the pandemic. 

Writing on Instagram, the Holden said: "I’ve been re-surfaced!

"During the last lockdown I made so many home improvements that Chrispy’s got a sweat on as to what I’ve got planned next!"

Holden lives in Richmond with her husband and daughters Lexi, 15, and Hollie, nine.

During the pandemic she shared pictures and videos of parts of the property – including when she took the wheelie bin down her driveway in a red carpet gown. =

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