Jamie Oliver's wife Jools has given fans a glimpse inside their lavish Grade II-listed home, leaving them in awe at their luxurious furnishings and quirky design touches. The couple reportedly spent £8.9million on the property, which is located in Hampstead, and live there with their five children.
Jools shared a photo of her seven-year-old son Buddy Bear relaxing on her bed in some cowboy boots at the weekend, adding the caption: "Schools out, how many times am I going to have to ask them to take their shoes off this holiday xxx." And while Buddy Bear did look extremely cute, Jools' followers were more focused on where her huge grey and gold bed was from, along with noting some of the other design details, such as framed prints that read "Peace" and "Kiss".
It is far from the first photo Jools has shared from the family home; the mother-of-five regularly shares insights into family life – and her impeccable interior design choices – on social media. Click through the gallery to see more of Jools and Jamie's home.
Jamie and Jools' son Buddy became the envy of children around the UK when it was revealed he sleeps in a unique treehouse-style bed. The seven-year-old climbs up wooden steps to reach his bunk, which has a light inside and currently has some Christmas decorations hanging on the sides.
Jools shared a peek inside their home office with this photo of Jamie hard at work. A large wooden desk takes pride of place, while a retro print and framed photos line the walls. This room may also serve as a relaxing spot for Jamie at the end of a long day; a cabinet behind the desk can be seen lined with spirits and liqueur.
There are lots of sentimental touches around the home, including framed family photos, and even the first bottle of perfume Jamie ever bought for Jools when they were teenagers. Jools has also decorated her dressing table with jars of fresh flowers and a burning candle to add to the ambience of the room.
A piano sits within one of the family rooms on the ground floor, the perfect place for the children to practice their musical skills, and in Buddy's case – learn how to play Mary had a little lamb. This room has traditional wooden flooring with a patterned rug, and floor-length patterned curtains at each of the large windows.
Jools said baby River Rocket's nursery is her "absolute favourite" room in the house. The lucky toddler's room has been filled with toys and colourful furniture, with patterned wallpaper and framed prints lining the walls.
The long wooden dining table has seating for the entire family and their guests, and is topped with fresh flowers. A few framed prints and pieces of art are hung up on the wall behind the table, reminding the children to eat their greens, and "rise & shine".
"I like hanging out here," Jools captioned this photo showing a traditional open fireplace within her home. While the room has a muted grey colour scheme, there are pops of colour from the various children's toys scattered around the fireplace, along with the rainbow rug from Jools' My Little Bird collection.
The Olivers pulled out all the stops for their family Christmas hanging colourful decorations from the ceilings and the tree. The piece de resistence was this neon Elvis sign, which attracted many comments of admiration on Instagram.
Jools has also shared a photo from the most important room of the house – the kitchen! As you would expect from the celebrity chef, it is well equipped, with various size steel saucepans hanging on the walls, and other essentials stored within a wooden island unit at the centre of the room.
There is also a cream range cooker in the kitchen, along with a sign paying homage to Hampstead, the area they live in. Jools appears to enjoy decorating the home for holidays and special occasions such as Valentine's Day, in this case hanging a heart garland across the room and preparing a treat for "the other 4 loves of my life".