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Emma Willis’ gorgeous £1.7 million family home is featured on The Great Home Transformation.

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Emma Willis is collaborating with Nick Grimshaw on the upcoming Channel 4 show The Great Home Transformation, and she has a lot of experience with it after her own big renovations.

The 46-year-old shares a £1.7 million home in Hertfordshire with her husband Matt Willis and their three children, Isabelle, Ace, and Trixie-Grace, and designed many of the decor herself. Take a look inside, from the huge kitchen to their lovely garden…

As all three of Emma’s children unwrapped their advent calendars in the run-up to Christmas, she shared a glance inside one room. It was white with a grey tiled floor and a wooden sideboard, with a framed ‘M’ print for a splash of colour.

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Emma Wills’ kitchen

Emma and Matt’s kitchen is so large that it can double as a training facility for The One Show presenter. The room contains a separate seating area and television, as well as glass doors that open directly out onto the garden and have glossy floor tiles and plain white walls.

A photo of Emma and Matt playing Twister reveals the size of their kitchen, which has a spacious centre island and plenty of area for fun and games!

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When Emma tweeted a snapshot of Matt making her coffee, many were envious of her kitchen. The expansive space features white painted cabinets and stone flooring, as well as a wide island in the centre and a double range oven that will be excellent for making family meals.

Emma and Matt, like many other parents, have hung their children’s artwork and crucial messages on their refrigerator, including a note from Matt that said, “Daddy loves you all so much.”

A photo provided by the TV host showed inside a corner of Matt and Emma’s kitchen and family area, with a silver storage trunk on the floor, a TV hung on the wall and an array of children’s toys.

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Emma Wills’ hallway

“When you get home from work and you’re greeted by this,” Emma captioned a photo of a “We love Mummy” banner hanging in the hallway. Their hallway features an open staircase with a leopard print runner and a wooden gate at the bottom to keep their youngest daughter Trixie Grace secure.

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With this piece of wall art – a big framed Ace of Spades playing card – Matt and Emma pay homage to their son Ace. The wooden flooring and dark painted doors contrast with the white gloss skirting boards and frames in this hallway, which have a neutral colour palette.

A Christmas photo revealed another view of the vast corridor, which featured a white Christmas tree in the centre. The area has wooden flooring and an open archway that connects to the dining room, which boasts views of the huge backyard.

Emma Willis’ front door

Emma uploaded a snapshot of their Christmas-decorated front entrance. “Helloooooooo Christmas!!!” she said in the caption. Our festive splattering has arrived.

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“The ladies at @earlyhoursltd are not only insanely brilliant but also incredibly attractive. They also showed me how to hang lights on a tree in the shortest way possible without blowing a human fuse.”

Emma Willis’ dining room

During the lockdown, Matt and Emma’s homeschooling setup was quite realistic, with the family gathered around their dining table for lessons. The long table is flanked by fuchsia pink cushioned seats and has a pendant lamp hanging over it. It appears to lead into the living area.

Emma showed off her dining room ahead of a date night with Matt, revealing the eye-catching pendant lamp that hangs over the table and the striped chair covers.

“I’m not sure which I adore more. Emma captioned this shot of her large Easter chocolate harvest set on top of a conventional work desk in her dining room, “The chocolate or my new workbench.” The industrial-style bench, which had black metal doors with a lock and a vice handle at the end, drew a lot of attention from admirers.

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Emma Willis’ living room

This photo, which was published in honour of his 7th birthday, not only showed a poignant moment between Matt and his son Ace, but it also allowed a glimpse inside their lounge, which includes oak floors and a grey patterned rug placed between the two sofas. A wooden coffee table is also there, as are a lantern and grey cushions.

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Emma teased viewers with a photo of the couple’s living area, which features a blue sofa, leopard print throws, and grey herringbone pillows. With red and blue stitched letters, another embroidered cushion appears to spell out their son’s name, Ace.

Emma Willis’ bathroom

During the lockdown, Emma inadvertently gave followers a peek into her bathroom while cleaning in a frock from her Next collection. “Never let a good dress go to waste!! So this would have been going straight into my summer bag, but instead…” she captioned the shot of her white bathroom, which had a colourful striped bathmat on the stone ground and a black-and-white image on the wall.

Emma Willis’ children’s bedrooms

Emma posted an Instagram photo of one of her daughters’ rooms, revealing how she dressed it with a pink leopard print duvet cover from her own collection. Butterfly-print curtains hung from the bed frame, and a lovely birdcage-style light fixture hung from the ceiling.

Emma Willis’ garden

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The couple’s garden features wide double gates and a grassy driveway where Emma can work out with her personal trainer.

With a large grass and unobstructed views of the fields and countryside behind their home, Matt and Emma’s back garden provides plenty of space for their three young children to play.

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Emma Willis’ heartwarming home features

The pair has a cream piano in their home, which is the perfect place for Matt to write tunes or for their kids to learn to play. The BRIT Awards for the Busted singer are displayed on top of the instrument, along with a Debenhams J by Jasper Conran photo frame that has yet to be filled with a photo.

Matt demonstrated how he keeps all of his accolades on display in one area, including his No. 1 trophy and two BRIT awards.