The Moorside actress Sheridan Smith has given fans a rare glimpse into her home life.
The 35-year-old star has transformed her North London flat with the help of interior designer Ella Jade.
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The one-bedroom ground floor flat has been completely revamped.
Sheridan's kitchen was fitted out with light oak kitchen cabinets.
The curved cabinets are completed with chrome taps.
Sheridan has invested in new chrome Miele appliances including a built-in fridge freezer, oven, microwave and dishwasher.
She's also had a wine rack installed and a "mini dog area" to store her pet dog's things.
In the bathroom, Sheridan went for a futuristic blue LED lighting scheme.
The actress owns the flat and has lived in North London for almost 20 years.
She recently suffered a devastating bereavement with the loss of her father, Colin, but Sheridan has overcome her upset enough to head-up the UK tour of Funny Girl: The Musical.
The blonde star, 35, was all smiles as she attended a photocall for the hit show at the Palace Theatre in Manchester earlier this month.
Appearing in a buoyant mood, she was joined by co-star Chris Peluso and her beloved pet pooch - a little Pomeranian dog named Pandora - for the event, which is designed to boost ticket sales.
Dressed to impress, the blonde actress, from Lincolnshire, sported an all-black ensemble which was topped with a leather jacket. She scraped her hair back for a neat look and wore plenty of make-up.
Smiling broadly, there was no sign of the grief she must be feeling following her father's from cancer in December.
Sheridan took a break from her West End show Funny Girl after the diagnosis and cancelled her Royal Variety performance on December 6 so she could focus on grieving.
A statement said at the time: "Sheridan's much loved father sadly passed away this week. We can confirm that she will not be performing at the Royal Variety Performance this Tuesday.
"At this difficult time for Sheridan and her family we would ask that you please respect their privacy."
Tragically, Sheridan also lost her brother, Julian, to cancer when she was just eight and opened up about it when she played breast cancer sufferer Lisa Lynch in TV drama The C Word.
Following the run at the Manchester Palace, Funny Girl will then appear in Milton Keynes, Liverpool, Bristol, Stoke, Aberdeen, Birmingham and Newcastle.