Molly-Mae Hague shares glimpse inside her and Tommy Furys £3.5 mansion

Molly-Mae Hague has shared another glimpse inside her and Tommy Fury's £3.5 million mansion and unveiled a new piece of artwork she recently commissioned.

The Love Island star, 23, and her boxer boyfriend Tommy, also 23, purchased their dream home at the beginning of the year and have wasted no time getting started on transforming the property, which reportedly boasts six bedrooms and is located in an affluent neighbourhood in Chester.

The couple, who met on Love Island over three years ago, have been documenting their renovation on their joint Instagram account, @mollymaison, which is entirely dedicated to their sprawling mansion.

After recently giving her fans a house tour, Molly has now shared new snaps of her and Tommy's home and revealed that they're still waiting for new furniture to arrive.

She unveiled a stunning area of their home which boasts glossy marble flooring and white walls, as well as a quirky light fitting and fire wall in the centre.

Molly revealed that she's removed all of the existing furniture and decor from the space in order to put her own stamp on the room.

The space previously featured a glass dining table with six armchairs surrounding it along with several pieces of artwork hung across the walls and a large vase.

"Don’t mind me reminiscing on the days the house had furniture," the 23 year old wrote.

"I’m hoping the countdown is on now until we start to see some of our pieces arriving… I’m so excited to show you what we’ve picked What do you guys think of the previous dining area set up?…" Molly then asked her followers.

Many of her fans were quick to compliment the original decor but said they look forward to seeing what Molly does with it the room.

One person said: "So exciting! Love the previous set up but I’m sure the new stuff will be [lovestruck emoji]," while another added: "Can't wait to see what you've picked. The old looked fine but not my taste".

Having shared a sneak peek of the furniture materials she's picked for her and Tommy's home, Molly recently showed off a stunning piece of artwork that artist David Howarth has created for the property.

A huge white canvas can be seen in the snap with the words 'I would find you in any lifetime' etched across it, and Molly lovingly tagged Tommy in the snap.

The boxer sweetly responded: "I love you," alongside a red heart emoji.


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