A PLACE In The Sun’s Jasmine Harman may spend her days in other people’s homes – but her plush pad is where her heart is.
Jasmine, 44, lives in a huge Surrey house which looks like it has fallen straight out of the pages of an interior design catalogue.
And incredibly, the TV presenter has made sure every single thing in her five-bed property is both vegan friendly and cruelty free.
Jasmine has been a vegan for six-and-half years and her life choice is reflected in her four walls.
The mum-of-two called in specialist company My Bespoke Room to give her 1930’s house, in Carshalton, Surrey, a vegan overhaul last year.
Diana Greenhalgh, from My Bespoke Room, told House Beautiful: “We had to avoid feather-filled cushions, furniture with bee’s wax, and wool in the likes of wool mix fabrics and rugs, while lots of paint also isn’t vegan, so we had to research that too.
“It’s very difficult to have a completely vegan interior as there are so many animal products used in things such as the glue that holds lots of furniture together, and it was a fabulous challenge.”
The hub of Jasmine’s home is her huge grey and white kitchen.
Across the work surfaces, the star has accessorised with tasteful glass, metal and china ornaments.
She also has fresh herbs handy for when she is cooking up a storm for her husband Jon Boast, who she met on A Place In The Sun, and their two children.
Jasmine’s children, Joy and Albion, are fully catered for with a cosy playroom, stylish bedrooms and even their own indoor swimming pool.
For the grown-ups of the house, there is a plush formal lounge with black and white family photos hanging on a dark blue feature wall.
But it is outside where visitors will find Jasmine’s pièce de resistancé – her bright pink, vintage VW Beetle called Marty Maraschino, named after the character in the movie Grease.