Maisie Smith and Max George reveal their dream kitchen after renovating their home

Maisie Smith and Max George
Maisie Smith and Max George show off their new kitchen as part of their overall home renovation project (Image credit: Getty Images)

Celebrities Maisie Smith and Max George have unveiled their new ‘dream kitchen' as part of their home renovation project.

The EastEnders star, 22, moved in with The Wanted lead singer, 35, last year and began the journey of renovating a house.

Smith shared the transformation with her over one million Instagram followers with a short clip of their brand new, white kitchen.

Dark ambiance replaced with white kitchen

The Instagram video shows the “old stained tiles”, wooden cabinet doors, “chipped vinyl floors” and dark marble worktops in the kitchen before the renovation.

The couple’s kitchen worktop ideas were brought to life by replacing the dark marble worktops with white gloss and white cupboards.

The result, designed by CKPKitchen, is a light, airy, modern, and functional kitchen and dining area.

Kitchen island with breakfast bar installed

The kitchen features a large island with a well-lit breakfast bar paired with three minimalist art deco bar stools and a rack of plant-festooned candles.

It is one of many kitchen island ideas that can turn a kitchen from a utilitarian space into a space homeowners will want to spend time in.

The video also shows the porcelain white wash basins, gold-coloured taps, and a high-end cooker.

Spotlights for romantic meals also added

The ceiling of the kitchen has a full suite of bright white spotlights that offer help during cooking and can also illuminate the room for social events.

Three lights with black shades and hang roughly a metre from the roof, and the pair’s renovation shows how to light a kitchen using spotlights that can adapt to all seasons and lighting conditions.

Smith wrote: “Biggest thanks to @ckpdeisgn for giving us our DREAM kitchen,  it’s now fit for a MasterChef finalist if you ask me…”

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