Inside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen’s stunning Cotswolds home

Lisa Walden
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From Country Living

Have you ever wondered what Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen's home looks like? Well, here's a peek inside his Cotswolds property...

The interior designer, who has just returned to our TV screens as a guest judge on BBC Two's exciting new show Interior Design Masters, has shared insights into his charming Cotswolds family home on Instagram — and it's incredibly beautiful.

Laurence lives in a beautiful honey-coloured, 17th century manor house in the idyllic village of Siddington, in the Cotswolds, with his wife Jackie. The interiors tap into his opulent style – from playful pops of colour to bold accessories, every corner of the home is spilling over with character and style.

Inside the property, you will find a dramatic painting of a parrot situated above a large fireplace, velvet chaise chairs, stunning artwork and plush furnishings.

Best of all though is the picture-perfect garden – with blossoming flowers, a courtyard, trees and a field of purple crocuses, it is a tranquil place Laurence says he loves to spend time in. "As much as I love working in Australia, my garden is always worth popping back for… even in February," he explained in one Instagram caption.

Elsewhere, there is also a quaint patio area with an intimate dining table, plus a pair of parrot ornaments from TK Maxx in the living room. While being incredibly stylish, it's a place perfect for a growing family (his two-year-old Grandson often comes to stay).

Laurence's most recent project Interior Design Masters, sees him make an appearance as a guest judge alongside Fearne Cotton and former Elle Decoration editor-in-chief Michelle Ogundehin.

The new eight-episode show sees 10 emerging interior designers compete for the chance to win a commercial contract to design a bar at one of London's best hotels. As they battle it out every week for the winning prize, Laurence will also join Fearne and the team to help make the all-important decision.

You can catch up on any missed episodes on BBC iPlayer.

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