A PLACE In The Solar’s Jasmine Harman could spend her days in different folks’s properties – however her plush pad is the place her coronary heart is.
Jasmine, 44, lives in an enormous Surrey home which appears prefer it has fallen straight out of the pages of an inside design catalogue.
And extremely, the TV presenter has made positive each single factor in her five-bed property is each vegan pleasant and cruelty free.
Jasmine has been a vegan for six-and-half years and her life alternative is mirrored in her 4 partitions.
The mum-of-two referred to as in specialist firm My Bespoke Room to present her 1930’s home, in Carshalton, Surrey, a vegan overhaul final yr.
Diana Greenhalgh, from My Bespoke Room, advised Home Lovely: “We needed to keep away from feather-filled cushions, furnishings with bee’s wax, and wool within the likes of wool combine materials and rugs, whereas a number of paint additionally isn’t vegan, so we needed to analysis that too.
“It’s very tough to have a totally vegan inside as there are such a lot of animal merchandise utilized in issues such because the glue that holds a number of furnishings collectively, and it was a wonderful problem.”
The hub of Jasmine’s house is her big gray and white kitchen.
Throughout the work surfaces, the star has accessorised with tasteful glass, metallic and china ornaments.
She additionally has recent herbs useful for when she is cooking up a storm for her husband Jon Boast, who she met on A Place In The Solar, and their two youngsters.
Jasmine’s youngsters, Pleasure and Albion, are totally catered for with a comfortable playroom, fashionable bedrooms and even their very own indoor swimming pool.
For the grown-ups of the home, there’s a plush formal lounge with black and white household images hanging on a darkish blue function wall.
However it’s outdoors the place guests will discover Jasmine’s pièce de resistancé – her brilliant pink, classic VW Beetle referred to as Marty Maraschino, named after the character within the film Grease.