GOT a room for improvement?
Here, Siobhan O’Connor asks body language expert Judi James why a host of stars picked these particular spaces for their selfies and Insta shots. Designer Faye Robinson-Hey gives her verdict on the decor, too.
LOUISE: Centre of attention
SNAPPING by a stove makes you a nester.
Louise Redknapp, 45, has a strong sense of family, focused around kids, animals and the home. You want to be seen as warm and empathetic.
By displaying Pepsi and cereal, Louise also wants to appear down-to-earth.
Faye says: “White counters and clean lines create a modern look and a simple backdrop makes you centre of attention.”
MICHELLE: Great sex life
FLASHING your sheets like actress Michelle Keegan, 33, is for show-offs.
Inviting strangers to look at your bed is usually a no-go – so it is a smug boast to flaunt crisp, ironed sheets in a spotless room.
It implies you are having great sex with a man who doesn’t leave the bed looking like a pit. The confidence to let others see your bedroom also makes you look like a successful, seductive heroine.
Faye says: “Always pristine, her room of relaxation is no different – light but plush, luxurious and unfussy.”
A CHIC bathroom is the chosen setting for model Rosie Huntington- Whiteley, 33.
Faye says: “Her backdrop is slick and expensive-looking. The neutral marble and full-length mirror make any outfit look good.”
JESY: Wants to impress
LITTLE Mix singer Jesy Nelson, 29, poses in the dining room as the hostess with the mostest. Jesy welcomes her followers like guests.
The chandelier shows a desire to impress but flaunting suggests insecurities.
Faye says: “The rustic table is casual – the light bling. There is a lot going on, which takes the focus off Jesy.”
ROCHELLE: In control
SINGER and telly host Rochelle Humes, 31, wants to be in control.
I’ve a £5k stockpile in my spare room