A pastel-obsessed mom in Britain is set to spend another £190,000 — or about $240,000 in U.S. dollars — on her pink-filled home to “eradicate all elements that are black, gray or beige.”
Sophia Ferrari-Wills, 35, lives in a pastel pink “paradise,” according to SWNS.
It’s a 1960s cottage she bought and began transforming in late 2019.
After applying her own pastel-focused handiwork, the home now has a mermaid bathroom, forest playroom, ice cream office and even a tree house, which cost around £10,000, or more than $12,000, said SWNS.
A mom of two young children in England has turned her family’s home into a “pastel pink palace.” In March 2020, she started uploading photos of her pastel home to Instagram — and was able to leave her full-time job as a midwife in April 2021 to pursue interior decorating and online influencing. (SWNS)
The mom told SWNS there isn’t a single thing in her house in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, that won’t be pastel by the time her work is done in December.
Said Sophia Ferrari-Wills, who has 437,000 followers on Instagram, “The downstairs will be completely changed — we’re doing everything I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve always felt held back by the kitchen’s current style, so we’re having an extension [built] and walls knocked down.”
A greenhouse attached to the property will be turned into an open kitchen and living space, with utility room, pantry and open kitchen and living space, according to SWNS.
The mom said she wants her home to feel like a pastel-colored “open hug.”
She was able to leave her full-time job as a midwife in April 2021 to pursue interior influencing.
The large living room has strawberry-themed wallpaper and calamine pink walls, with a yellow corner sofa and a baby pink one, too.
The large living room has strawberry-themed wallpaper and calamine pink walls, with a yellow corner sofa and a baby pink one, too, SWNS reported.
It also has a gallery wall with neon lights, a pink log burner and yellow scallop detail around the fireplace.
“I am a girlie girl,” the mom said, as Wales Online reported.
She also said, “People who visit are always very complimentary and amazed.”