Victoria Beckham regularly reveals glimpses into life behind the doors of the famous family’s £31.5 million mansion in London.
With pristine cream sofas and his and hers bathrooms, the Spice Girl turned fashion designer has made sure her family’s beautiful home is a chic as her catwalk collections.
Victoria’s love of monochrome can be seen throughout her home, from the black and white tiles of their large entrance hall through to her high-spec kitchen.
The large space has state of the art units – including that enormous freezer which she revealed David struggled to fix – and a fancy coffee machine which is worth £2,7000.
Even the toaster has a designer price-tag, with items from Dualit’s range starting at £160.
Victoria has ensured their reception rooms in the house have a minimalist feel – with expensive pieces of art and statement bits of furniture placed around.
The family regularly make use of the open log fire, with Victoria sharing snaps of Harper cosying up in front of it on rainy days at home.
Victoria has cleverly used splashes of colour throughout however, with a neon piece of art designed by British legend Tracey Emin proudly on display in one room.
Victoria and David spent an estimated £8 million on updating the townhouse which they bought back in September 2013.
The mansion now boasts a wine cellar, a gym and six bedrooms – with a powder room for Victoria.
They also have use of their own private cinema room, a swimming pool and are even thought to have an “air-conditioned” garden.
As well as having their base in London, the couple also plashed out on a £6 million barn in the Cotswolds that they can enjoy at weekends.
In December, The Sun Online revealed that David and Victoria were planning to build an extravagant treehouse for their four children.
According to planning permission the treehouse is 4.5m x 4.5m in length and width, and 4.275m high. It covers a ground space of 15.6 square metres.
They previously put in planning applications for an orchard, croquet lawn and natural swimming pond at the picturesque country pile.
Pre-existing permissions granted on the property include the construction of two mezzanine galleries, which could be used to house their collection of Banksy and Damien Hirst creations.
The bill for the construction is estimated at £1.8 million but is set to be double that with a state-of-the art security system also being fitted.
It also boasts a triple garage, two large courtyards with a water feature and the surrounding two acres contains an apple orchard.