WE ALL know making our bed in the morning is the best way to start the day – but it can be difficult to find the motivation, particularly on a Sunday during lockdown.
Lucky then, that Stacey Solomon revealed earlier today exactly how she gets her's looking pristine, and also where she sources her gorgeous scatter cushions from.
The TV star, 30, shared on her Instagram Story a video demonstrating how she transforms her messy duvet, pillows, throws and cushions into a social media-ready result.
In a clip, the mum-of-three could be seen neatly flattening and folding her duvet and throws.
She then plumped up her cushions and arranged the scatter cushions to finish.
Captioning the footage – alongside a Boyz II Men soundtrack – she wrote: "Time to make the bed."
Stacey told her 3.1m fans that her bedding and pillows are from Primark, and her side table is from TK Maxx.
The Loose Women favourite's chic throw is from No Needles Needed Chunky Knits.
The 'Extra large merino wool blanket' is in a 'Seal' shade and costs £250.
Previously endorsing the product, she wrote: "I bought it a while ago but people always ask me where it's from.
"It's so so lovely and soft and handmade."
It comes as Stacey showed how she transformed empty candles into a DIY bird bath and feeder.
Posting on her Instagram Story, the star said: "While the pickle is asleep and the boys have a break I'm going to make something out of my empty candle pots!
"Left these soaking all night now peeling off the labels. Gluing them to an old chopping board we don't use."
She then fixed the homemade contraption to her garden fence.
In other homeware news, we told you how a dad has created an amazing "mud kitchen" for his daughters to play with in the garden during lockdown.
We also revealed how a woman has doubled the number of towels she can store in her laundry cupboard by using a savvy rolling technique.
And Very is selling Mrs Hinch's exact £12 doormat.
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