EASTENDERS star Louisa Lytton lives in a cosy pad – with several decadent touches including a topless Kate Moss photo and four poster bed.
The 31-year-old actress, best known for playing Ruby Allen in the BBC soap, shares the London home with her fiancé Ben BhaNvra.
The couple’s rustic home also boasts a Grecian tiled fireplace and modern kitchen.
Other features include a spiral staircase under which Louisa often enjoys a hot cuppa on her grey sofa.
The bedroom features the impressive fireplace over which the black and white portrait of Kate Moss wearing just stockings and suspenders keeps watch.
An ornate full length white mirror next to the fireplace reflects the stunning black four poster bed and white sheets.
Next to the bed is a quirky side table topped with a gold leaf tree lamp, over which hangs a grey wall mirror.
The bathroom compliments the rustic feel of the home with white tiles and a line of smaller brown ones along the middle of the wall.
Another ornate white mirror sits above the sink and has the perfect lighting for selfies.
The couple store their wine in an unique hollowed out tree wine holder which sits alongside a white jug full of dried leaves and flowers.
When feeling stressed or needing to get some sun, Louisa escapes to their building’s carpark.
Ben and Louisa have also kept busy in lockdown by cooking their favourite dishes on Instagram.
While cooking up a storm, they’ve shown off their cosy kitchen with white marble counter tops, white wall tiles and country blue cabinets
Louisa revealed in December 2018 that Benny had moved in to her flat after just four months of dating.
The couple – who got engaged earlier this year – told OK! Magazine: “Benny moved into my flat in February, four months after we met.
“It’s all been very fast but once we found each other we didn’t see the point in hanging about.
“It feels so strange that we’ve only been together for a year, I don’t think the time frame does justice to how serious we are.
“From time to time I lie to people and pretend we’ve been together for years.”