Inside Made In Chelsea star Tiffany Watson’s impeccably stylish London home

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Tiffany Watson is the bombshell ex girlfriend of Sam Thompson who has all the boys' heads turning on Made In Chelsea.

The 27-year-old businesswoman is a force to be reckoned with in the vegan world, having both a successful restaurant and a fashion brand which both harm no animals.

But aside from being impeccably stylish in her public life, with many fantastic pleather accessories, the star also has an entirely chic west London home.

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The young starlet often shares peaks of her gorgeous decor to her Instagram account, which has a whopping 527k followers, and she even has a home account dedicated to her stylish abode.

Let’s take a look inside…

Tiffany's bedroom is very chic, with beige-coloured walls and a ginormous bed complete with a large cream headboard.

As for bedding, the reality star has a whole heap of pillows, which we assume are not stuffed with bird feathers and she has opted for a pristine white look.

We can see that she alternates the bedspread from dark to light, and there are blue wooden bedside tables that flank the bed as well as a stylish lamps

The room also has a large duck egg blue cupboard, as well as a large white mirror, for taking selfies in or perfecting her outfits.

There is also a cosy pink fluffy carpet that gives a Scandi-chic vibe against the wooden floor.

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Naturally, as a vegan, Tiff has a very large potted house plant, which serves to bring a more earthy feel to the light and airy space.

We also love the woven basket used as a plant pot.

The west London girl, who was recently dating co-star Miles Nazaire, has a framed monochrome print on the wall, which is a subtle way of adding art to your bedroom.

The stunning star also has this floor-to-ceiling wall of cupboards in her home which is a great way to make a home look tidy and decluttered, while also concealing the inevitable mess that lies beyond.

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The sister of Lucy Watson's kitchen is very high-gloss, with taupe-coloured cabinets and a gorgeous dark wooden floor.

Additionally, the media personality has a glass covered teal splash back and chrome appliances.

Sharing a recent update, Tiffany showed off the entrance of a red brick abode and shared that she hopes to get the mosaic tile in their hallway too.

"Mosaic tiling. We are very keen to get this in the front entrance as well as the communal hallway between us and the neighbours above. It’s so pretty!"

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The star recently ripped out her terrace on which sat a BBQ and wooden flooring, and told fans she hopes to make the space into a dreamy oasis with tiles and an L-shaped outdoor seat.

"Terrace ripped out. swipe to the final photo to see our inspo. Can’t wait to hopefully have summer drink parties and BBQs here," wrote the blonde beauty.

The media personality's bathroom is also very light and airy with a large windows, and walls painted white and turquoise.

There is a large freestanding bathtub and a patterned floor.

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