MARK and Michelle Wright have given a glimpse inside their incredible new marble and gold bathroom with sauna, steam room and double sinks.
The couple bought the mock-Tudor house back in October 2019 and made the big decision to knock it down and rebuild their dream home last year.
Over the past year they have kept fans up to date with the amazing transformation on their very own dedicated home Instagram account.
Today Mark, 34, showed off their gorgeous en-suite bathroom with their 303k followers – and he's ecstatic with the progress that has been made.
He had nothing but positive reviews for the team at Solihull Tiling and described their work as "just perfection".
They put a gold trimming around the edge and have also got it to match he taps and brass ware.
Mark then explained to fans what the end goal is for the room.
He explained: "The sauna and steam room over there," as he pointed over at an empty space, before adding:"Double sink there, our bath there."
The former Towie star said: "This tiling is absolutely impeccable.
"I just want to shower and bath in here right now! I cannot believe this is actually OUR bathroom!"
Earlier this month the couple showed off their amazing new garden with family annexe and £30,000 bay trees from Tuscany to stop fans peeking in.
As he filmed the builders hard at work in their front garden, Mark said: "It's a beautiful day today over at site.
"The boys are all working hard. The out building is going up, the annexe as we call it, the family residence. It's going up as we speak."
The reality favourite then panned the camera over into the distance of a delivery from luxury landscaping service Lush Landscapes.
He added: "We've got a delivery of some hedging and some boundary hedging for privacy. They look big and beautiful! Look at the size of them."
They ordered 60 bay trees from Italy, Tuscany, which cost between £500 to £1000 each.
Days before the hunk showed off the inside their dream home on their Instagram account.
As he recorded the workmen keeping busy in the front garden, he told fans: "We're building a little sleeper wall along here to have plant beds up against it.
"Landscape fully in flow now!"
Mark and Michelle – who have been married since 2015 – bought the £1.3m property two years ago.
The coronavirus pandemic meant that they couldn't start work on their pad straight away, but it is nearly ready to live in.
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